Camp Tahosa is an extraordinary 191 +/- acre private ranch featuring a secluded mountain setting, only 20 miles to the City of Boulder with all its amenities. This magnificent part of Boulder County history was used as a fishing resort, and then a camp operated by the Boy Scouts of America for more than 100 years. It encompasses an area of ecological significance with diverse wildlife habitat and migration corridors, as well as important wetland and riparian areas. Recreational opportunities abound with miles of trails, fishing, boating and swimming in spring-fed Tumblesom Lake, hunting opportunities, and direct Forest Service access (Arapahoe and Roosevelt National Forests). Expansive vistas from the varied terrain feature rock outcropppings, meadows and aspen groves, as well as views overlooking your own 31-acre private lake and the soaring snow-capped peaks of the Indian Peaks Wilderness Area. A Conservation Easement with Boulder County ensures that the open space values of this stunning parcel are maintained. Up to 8,000 square feet of residential structures are allowed, as well as up to 27,064 square feet of total improvements.