The Farm and Ranch Lots in St David Springs vary in size from 3 acres to 100 acres with many lots including domestic and irrigation wells on the land.The Enclave
The San Pedro River is a northward-flowing stream, the river’s base flow is sustained year-round by groundwater, which seeps from the soil and forms a slow-moving stream beneath the trees. The San Pedro River is the last major undammed river in the American Southwest. The aquifer (a body of porous rock or sediment saturated with groundwater) that nourishes the San Pedro is the same water source used by St David Springs. The water source supplies abundant water for crops.
With lots varying in size from 3 acres to 100 acres and wells on the land, you will have several acres and abundant water for horses and livestock to graze.
St David Springs abuts the San Pedro River as well as borders the Bureau of Land Management land on the western side of St David Springs. Bureau of Land Management land may be entered from the west end of McCommas Lane.
You are not able to drive off-road through Bureau of Land Management land but there are many trails and existing roads that are authorized for travel. No need to trailer your horse and drive to somewhere to ride. Just saddle up and ride from your land to Bureau of Land Management land to ride the trails.
Maybe you feel like hitting the trails by foot! You can walk or hike the many paths through the Bureau of Land Management land with no worries of vehicle traffic. You may run into a neighbor enjoying the trails and paths.
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