The Raspberry Mountain Ranch property owners Association, Inc. (RMRPOA), a Colorado Non-Profit Corporation, was organized to represent the interests of Raspberry Mountain Ranch property owners. The purpose of the RMRPOA is to use its authority, as given in the Bylaws to:

    • Enforce these protective covenants,
    • Collect an annual assessment,
    • Provide upkeep and improvements to RMR roads,
    • Represent owners in matters of mutual interest, and
    • Administer and lease grazing rights.

    The purpose of this website is to provide information about Raspberry Mountain Ranch to owners. It is a planned common interest community intended to comply with the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (CCIOA) and Colorado State Laws SB 100 and SB 89 in offering full disclosure of RMRPOA records.

    About Raspberry Mountain Ranch

    Raspberry Mountain Ranch is a community consisting of 39 tracts ranging from 35 to 39 acres and a Common Reservoir Site of approximately 18.4 acres equally shared with Cuchara River Estates Property Owners Association, Inc. (CREPOA) The Ranch was originally part of the Goemmer Land and Livestock Company and sits at about 8,000 to 9,000 feet above sea level at the base of Raspberry Mountain in the beautiful Cuchara Valley. It can be accessed through a private gated stone entryway from The Scenic Highway of Legends (Highway 12) just before the Devil’s Stair Steps between the small town of La Veta and the quaint village of Cuchara. The Ranch has views of the Spanish Peaks, Sangre de Christo Mountains, Mt. Mestas, Greenhorn Mountain, Silver Mountain, Goemmer’s Butte and the famous Dyke Walls radiating from the Spanish Peaks. It is home to abundant wildlife, Gambel oaks, alpine forests, rolling pasture, springs and outstanding rock outcroppings, one of which was the background for the Marlboro Man commercials. In the 1950’s, the Ranch was under consideration as a National Park.