Sixty beautiful acres nestled into Unit 16A of the Gila National Forest, the first wilderness in the United States. The captivating southwestern mountain scenery, cool summer temperatures and relatively warm winters permit a wide range of outdoor activities. An ideal backdrop for hunting excursions, horseback riding and recreational vehicle adventuring, the climate allows for active use of the land during all four seasons. Access is granted through a private locked gate allowing for controlled access. Features include a functioning well that has pumped water since the property was inhabited in the 1800s. Additional features include new pipe corrals, a wooden corral, a running stream (named Deep Creek), a large metal storage/barn building perfect for a workshop, a hay barn or general storage for ATV's or a camper. There is also additional cover for horses with a working pen and pipe runs. Wildlife on the property include bear, mountain lions, elk, deer, turkey, javelina and bobcats. Bighorn sheep have also been seen in nearby areas. The location would be ideal for an outfitting headquarters, hunting lodge or base camp for your favorite adventuring activity. A working family ranch for over 45 years, it's time for the owners to retire. Qualifies for small landowner elk tag. If interested, there is also additional property with log cabin available.