If you are looking for something unique, this 10.33 acre mining claim has everything for a great cabin location - including a gorgeous waterfall! Located just beyond Emerald Lake in Schofield Park, this claim originally had a blacksmith building and another cabin. Covered in pines with amazing views in every direction! Small 10 x 12 shed built on property for dry storage and ready when you are for your next adventure! Nice grassy area to pitch a wall tent or small group of tents. Property is very close to the north pole basin road, so access to it is easy during the summer. All corners have been surveyed & title is clean. Situated in game unit 43, this would make a great location for a hunting camp! Mineral rights included. Buyer should check with Gunnison County in regards to what kind of use the property may be used for as well as what type of structures. Schofield was a small town at the top of the main pass from the Gunnison/Crested Butte area over to the Crystal/Marble/Redstone area. There is nothing left of the town. A mill was built in 1881 and at its height it had a hotel, restaurant, post office, store, carpenter, blacksmith, barber and daily mail service. By 1885 the ores played out and the town was no more. Today, the main attraction is Schofield pass (aka Devil's Punchbowl) which is only passable by bicycle, ATV or foot traffic.