Ready to get out of the City and have the ultimate in Social Distancing? This ranch can be your time machine to escape to the Old West near Parkfield. Three contiguous parcels add to around 240 acres of private recreation and great family memories. The Joaquin Canyon creek flows seasonally through huge colorful boulders at the bottom of this ranch and the property extends to near the top of Table Mountain. It has unique rock outcroppings and lots of oaks. Like having your own park, this ranch can make memories and teach your kids and grand kids how to camp and hunt. The old cabin and shed are originally from Camp Roberts and with enough work would still make terrific weekend lodging. While the dirt access road is almost 4 miles (through two neighboring large ranches) from pavement to the cabin, if you don't feel like cooking or have an over-flow of guests, you can be to the Parkfield Grill & Lodge in less than a 6 mile drive. The property doesn't have developed water or power and is only partially fenced. Because of rugged roads and significant creek crossings access isn't possible (even with four-wheel drive) in wet weather. While this ranch will never make a full time home for you and it doesn't have flat land for farming, the privacy and the views are amazing and you'll truly feel like you've gone back to the 1860's when settlers first started coming to this area.