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Big Wyoming Ranch
#WY342041
Weston, Wyoming
150,085.00 acres
The Big Wyoming Ranch is a combination of three large, low-overhead grass ranches, all of which are easily-accessible year-round via well-maintained graveled county roads. The ranch consists of 91,746+ deeded acres, 8,240± State of Wyoming lease acres, 33,560± Thunder Basin National Grassland permit acres, and 16,539± BLM lease acres for a total of 150,085+ acres. Historically, the Big Wyoming Ranch has been used as a year-round cow/calf operation and is owner-rated for an average of 3,660 pairs plus bulls and ranch horses. The ranch is well watered and consists of several solar wells, submersible wells, windmills, reservoirs and live water that provide ample water for livestock and wildlife. Grazing is maximized with cross-fencing and underground pipelines to provide stock water strategically throughout the ranch. Improvements include twelve houses, shops, storage buildings, barns, several additional livestock sheds and other outbuildings, and several sets of working corrals. The Big Wyoming Ranch a superb, low-overhead grass ranch with extensive variety of wildlife that includes mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, elk, wild turkeys, and a several species of small game.
$50,369,000
The Cottonwood
#WY219256
Sublette, Wyoming
54,883.00 acres
The Cottonwood is an 85-square-mile ranch situated in the shadow of three mountain ranges in the Upper Green River Valley of northwest Wyoming, just 70 miles south of Jackson. Offering 11,138 deeded acres and 43,745 acres of adjoining public lands, the ranch is in one block with 40 miles of meandering rivers and streams. These freestone waterways offer some of the last remaining great habitats for Colorado River Cutthroat as well as Rainbows and Browns. Through pioneering conservation efforts, the owners have enhanced and conserved miles of rivers, riparian corridors, wetlands, wildlife habitat, and open spaces, while also improving the ecological and economical sustainability of the overall ranch. A well-balanced cattle operation with a capacity to run 2,000 cow/calf pairs or 5,500 yearlings, this is an exclusive investment opportunity with 6,310 acres irrigated/sub-irrigated lands and over 76.9 cfs of historic water rights. Contact Ken Mirr.
$30,000,000
Thunder River Ranch
#WY216913
Albany, Wyoming
26,056.00 acres
- 26,056 total acres (20,502 deeded) - - Trophy elk hunting, mule/whitetail deer, & antelope - - Over 15 miles of trout fishing on the Laramie River & Bluegrass Creek - - Two luxury homes, guest house, & staff housing - - One hour from Laramie & three hours from Denver, CO - “Magnificent” is the adjective that comes to mind when describing the Thunder River Ranch north of Laramie, Wyoming. With over 40 square miles to its credit (20,502 deeded and 5,554 leased acres), the Thunder River Ranch captures the best of Wyoming. Big game hunting and fishing opportunities are unparalleled, and its cattle heritage is as rich as its well-watered grasslands. Well-blocked and extremely private, the Thunder River Ranch is simply breathtaking in its scale and tradition as a true legacy property. The topography of the Thunder River Ranch is “classic Wyoming.” Resting on the southern end of the Laramie Mountains at roughly 7000 feet, the ranch contains many square miles of natural grasslands, broken by picturesque rock outcroppings and scattered aspen and pine woodlands. Views of the rugged Laramie Mountains are visible from nearly every part of the ranch. The Thunder River Ranch is blessed with ideal elk habitat, and it is located in Area 7, one of the nation’s finest trophy elk hunting areas. Bull elk scoring 380+ are common, and the size of the ranch allows hunters plenty of completely private elbow room. Herds in excess of 700 elk are regularly seen on the ranch. Other big game at home on the ranch include both mule and whitetail deer, antelope and black bear. Landowner tags are available for elk, mule deer and antelope. Other wildlife that captures the attention of serious hunters on the ranch includes mountain lion, turkey and a large variety of waterfowl. Straddling an incredible 11 miles of the famed Laramie River, 3.7 miles of Bluegrass Creek and sharing three miles of shoreline with Wheatland Reservoir Number 2, the Thunder River Ranch is one of the best-watered ranches in this part of the state. The river and streams support wild populations of brown, brook and rainbow trout, some of which grow to the 20+ inch class. Bluegrass Creek is a particularly productive tributary that can keep the most avid flyfisher occupied for days. Other small tributaries on the ranch hold wild brook trout in abundance. Multiple ponds, springs and lakes exist throughout the property (some of which hold trophy trout) and many more could be developed. The Big Spring represents an 1892 water right that irrigates meadows west of the river and also offers huge fishery enhancement potential. The Thunder River Ranch has a proven track record as a cattle business. Presently it is home to 1,500 yearling calves for summer grazing, and water rights are in place for 800 acres of irrigated grasslands. The entire ranch is perimeter and cross fenced, and a full complement of well-maintained ranch buildings supports the cattle operation. Four homes grace this exceptional property. Two luxury homes sit near the Laramie River and are the headquarters for the owner and guests, complete with porches ideal for watching elk graze or simply soaking in the 100-mile views of the broad Wyoming horizon. The historic homestead house and classic old school house have been renovated, and make for abundant employee or guest housing. A fourth ranch homestead is located in the backcountry of the ranch, and serves well as a hunting and fishing base camp. As a hub for recreational activities of many varieties, the Thunder River Ranch is unexcelled. Trophy hunting and fishing head the list, but the land is suited to much more. The Laramie River is a huge asset, and rafting, paddle boarding, and kayaking can all be enjoyed on different sections of its 11 miles on the ranch. Rock climbers could spend a
$20,975,000
Lone Crow Cattle Ranch
#WY342364
Niobrara, Wyoming
58,613.00 acres
The Lone Crow Cattle Ranch is located in the Thunder Basin Grassland approximately 70 miles northeast of Douglas, Wyoming, and 58 miles northwest of Lusk, Wyoming. This large, low-overhead grass ranch is easily-accessible year-round via well-maintained graveled county roads. The ranch consists of 34,141+ deeded acres, 3,200 acres State of Wyoming lease, 10,420 acres of Thunder Basin Grazing Association permit and 10,852± BLM lease acres for a total of 58,613+ acres. Historically, the Lone Crow Cattle Ranch has been used as a year-round cow/calf operation. The ranch is owner-rated for an average of 1,200 pairs plus bulls and ranch horses. Six solar wells, six submersible wells, several windmills, and several reservoirs along with seasonal water from Snyder Creek, Spring Creek and West Bull Creek provide additional water for livestock and wildlife. To maximize grazing, over 20 miles of underground pipeline provides water to stock water tanks strategically located throughout the ranch. Improvements include five houses, shops, storage buildings, barns, several additional livestock sheds and other outbuildings, and three sets of working corrals. The Lone Crow Cattle Ranch a superb, low-overhead grass ranch with extensive variety of wildlife that includes mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, elk, wild turkeys, and a several species of small game.
$19,000,000
Black Hills Mesa
#WY380511
Weston, Wyoming
1,445.00 acres
BLACK HILLS MESA Black Hills Mesa Ranch (formerly known as The Wyoming Club) is a 1,445-acre blank canvas of possibilities, potential uses and investment for a single owner, family syndicate, developer or private fund. Purchased in 1998, the current ownership has invested millions of dollars in water wells, roads, grading, planning, permits and construction. The original vision was a world class golf development of estate homes centered around incredible topography, terrain, forests, cliffs, meadows, mesas and endless views. Today, Black Hills Mesa, formerly known as The Wyoming Club, is poised and positioned to fulfill the dream of a new owner and/or investor in one of many different ways: - Private Ranch with horses, cattle and wildlife - Multi-family compound - Investment / Conservation vehicle - Public / Private Golf course and Housing Development (approved) - Subdivide / Own / Enjoy / Enrich - Private golf and ranch retreat for one or several individuals This incredible property is multifaceted and easily accessed with amenities, technology and conveniences with secure privacy and luxurious living. Live, Love and Play in your own national park! Keep it as it is Land Bank Invest Ranch - Enjoy Create a Generational Legacy All interested parties and qualified persons should contact Icon Global Group as soon as possible via email or call 214.855.4000 to register for a bid package and for the stalking horse bid guidelines. Final offers are due on or before October 14, 2019**. (subject to change and advance) ABOUT There is something extraordinary about the American West. Told in books, television and movies, its stories have captivated our imaginations for decades. The beloved Western adventures have always depicted passion, bigger-than-life dreams and above all, true grit. With those characteristics mind, the Weinreis family molded the property into a world-class hidden gem in the Black Hills of Wyoming. It is western elegance, defined. This property is a slice of paradise, characterized by wide valleys surrounded by pine-covered slopes and capped by sandstone bedrock, which provides panoramic views as far as the eye can see. The design, permitting, planning, zoning, wells, roads and initial construction are all completed to fulfill the Weinreis vision of implementing a luxurious, one-of-a-kind private or semi-private golf course amongst the stunning natural features of Wyoming. Other: Family The Weinreis Brothers are third generation cattle ranchers with an extensive agri-business conglomerate, which provides deep ties to the region. Since 1976, the seven brothers have owned and operated a multi-enterprise family business, the Weinreis Brothers Partnership. Today, the partnership operates in five states and is comprised of interests in farming, ranching, cattle feeding, land development and commercial hunting operations. Vision The Weinreis family originally visited the land that is now the property in 1999 and instantly fell in love with the unspoiled beauty and native geological landscapes. They closed on the property within a couple months after first seeing it. Soon thereafter, with a shared passion for golf, they realized the unique topographies amongst the top of the towering bedrock would provide a magnificent setting for an inimitable golf course layout. This is where the dream was born and the Weinreis brothers set their sights on developing a PGA style golf course to one day become the focal feature of the property. In 2008, the Weinreis Brothers assembled a group of well-respected associates with extensive expertise in land planning, site engineering, architecture, golf course design, owner and guest hospitality, interior design and estate law. After two years of strategic background planning, the group began meeting with the appropriate city, county and state officials to secure the necessary permits for land use, zoning, roads and water and waste disposal. With all permits in place, work began in the spring of 2011 on road construction and well drilling, which were successfully completed in the summer of 2012. In late 2015, the demanding and fluctuating nature of the cattle industry, the core business operations of the family subsequently required the sole attention of the brothers, placing their dream of the completed golf course and clubhouse on hold. However, with a significant portion of the heavy lifting already executed, their desire to finish what they started still burns bright. So much so that the Weinreis Brothers are willing to remain involved as a limited partner, should that appeal to the next owner or group of owners. Land The property is comprised of distinctive land. Understanding and respect are commanded as the land speaks of nature and of history; it speaks of struggle and triumph. Each element influences how we see the land, how we live with it and how we use it. Understanding reveals the gift this land can offer. Respect preserves that gift for generations to come. Improvement provides use and joy for people far and wide. Combined, they form the spirit of the property. The physical features that compose the property include the bedrock rim, which generally ranges from 5,356 to 5,450 high. The soil resulting from this underlying geology is comprised of Lakota, Sundance and Gypsum Spring formations. Specifically, the site is located along both sides of the Salt Creek drainage, flanked with rolling hills, hidden meadows and dramatic rim rock ledges. The elevation change over the entire property is approximately 950, with the highest point at 5,659 along the primary ridgeline. This ridgeline runs alongside the eastern portion of the property, where the rolling hillside offers excellent views in all directions, particularly southward towards the Salt Creek and Beaver Creek corridors. The land was historically used as cattle and horse range with hay production and logging. Golf Course Design Designated for a setting over 1,000 feet above the valley, the Hills & Forrest championship course is expected to garner a top 100 rating from discerning golfers and experts upon completion. Mindful of preserving the high meadows, pine forests and cliff facings, Arthur Hills and Steve Forrest were respectful of the natural landscape in their design. Weaving along the edges of the plateau, its fairways and greens reveal amazing views, while the absence of residences ensures those fortunate enough to play it that they enjoy golf in its purest form. Landscapes Unlimited, which boasts a portfolio of nearly 1,800 golf centric construction, development, management and irrigation projects worldwide has performed multiple site visits to the property and has completed a conceptual start-up and operations program for the completion, maintenance and management of the course. Amenities/Improvements Some of the existing amenities include: Hills & Forrest-designed eighteen-hole, championship-quality golf course; partially-completed, cleared for the balance of construction Fully irrigated golf practice range Olympic-style clay trap shooting park Two-acre trout lake with running water tributary 2.2 miles of roads designed and graded to scale 600+ GPM water well Two fully furnished 4,000 SQFT smart homes (not included in the list price) Planned Amenities Full service clubhouse An indoor recreational facility Equestrian stables Permits All Local, County and State of Wyoming required permits related to the approved development plan are completed. These include: Weston County Planning and Zoning Board Weston County Commissioners Newcastle, Wyoming Planning Board State of Wyoming Environmental Planning Wildlife Elk, mule deer, pronghorn antelope and turkey are the main species commonly seen within the property boundaries. Location The property is located a short 6 miles north of Newcastle, Wyoming along highway 85 and highway 16 within Weston County. This property is ideally located to take advantage of the local amenities and attractions surrounding the Black Hills. Mondell Field Airport is positioned on the outskirts of Newcastle and can accommodate private aircraft with its 5,310 x 75 concrete runway. The Rapid City, South Dakota Regional Airport is approximately 80 miles away with nonstop commercial flights to numerous large cities across the country. This area offers a moderate summer climate with low humidity and averages high temperatures peaking in the mid 80s. Taxes A substantial portion of the property is under agriculture exemption. Minerals All owned minerals will convey with an acceptable offer. Contact broker for further details. Documents Available Upon Pre-qualification: Golf Course Design Package Arthur Hills & Steve Forrest Gold Course Conceptual Start-Up and Operations Program Landscapes Unlimited Private Unit Development Master Plan Club Design Warranty Deed Property Report Subdivision Improvement Agreement Weston County
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Lonetree Ranch
#WY342375
Weston, Wyoming
42,558.00 acres
Located just off Wyoming State Hwy. 116 approximately 20 miles south of Upton, in the heart of Weston County, Wyoming, this 42,558± acre legacy ranch consists of 31,551± deeded acres, 1,920± State Lease, 3,400± Forest Service Lease and 5,687± BLM lease acres. Located in an area known for very hardy grasses, the ranch is owner-rated at 1,400 head of mother cows year-round with very little, if any, hay fed in most winters. This very well-watered, low overhead cake and grass ranch has an exceptional headquarters with a 5,000 sq. ft. ranch style home, a 60’x300’ Morton livestock barn/arena, a 60’x60’ Morton finished shop with a 60’x140’ attached storage shed, and 30’x40’ metal shop. In addition to the headquarters, there is another set of improvements complete with a house and working facilities. A large set of Temple Grandin designed pipe working pens and a calving barn round out the improvements. Located in elk hunting Area 123, the ranch boasts some of the best trophy elk hunting in the area along with exceptional mule deer, antelope and upland game bird hunting.
$18,945,000
Lonetree Ranch-West Unit
#WY342040
Weston, Wyoming
55,296.00 acres
Located just off State Hwy 116, 20 miles southwest of Upton, Wyoming, this 55,296± acre legacy ranch is owner-rated at 1,500 cows year-round. This highly diverse, very well-watered ranch is cross fenced into 29 pastures, each with at least an electric water source and many with multiple tanks and reservoirs. The terrain on the ranch ranges from native and improved grass pastures to a more mountainous terrain with high plateaus flanked by steep breaks and pine and cedar tree-covered hillsides. There are two immaculate sets of improvements that include three very well-kept homes, a 60’x300’ Morton livestock barn/roping arena, a total of four shops, a 60’140’ Morton equipment storage shed, several other outbuildings and two sets of pipe corrals, one of which is a Dr. Temple Grandin design. Aside from being a tremendous low-overhead grass ranch, this ranch boasts some of the best trophy elk and deer hunting in the region.
$18,900,000
Twin Pine Ranch
#WY432596
Platte, Wyoming
10,738.00 acres
The Twin Pine Ranch is a historic 10,800 +/- acre ranch in the Laramie Range of the Rocky Mountains, framed beneath Laramie Peak and resting about 35 minutes from Wheatland, Wyoming and located in Platte and Albany Counties.  This historic property is amazingly diverse with variable terrain, geology, wildlife and stunning beauty.  The ranch has a rich history with many well documented stories of time gone by, such as Native American Indian teepee rings, remnants from outpost camps from Fort Laramie, prehistoric campsites, caves and caverns, and the people who have lived on and loved this land so much.  This is a rare opportunity to acquire a ranch that has been owned by the same family for 75 years and managed by such great stewards of the land.Diversity is the first thing that comes to mind when you’ve had the chance to tour Twin Pine Ranch.  Whether it’s the pine covered hills, sweeping views, majestic herds of bison or the streams running off the high mountains, this ranch will take your breath away.  The current owners run a very successful bison hunting operation that encompasses almost all of the 10,800 acres, enclosed by one strong and well kept perimeter five-strand fence. The herd knows and stays within the boundaries of the ranch, so this philosophy has worked very well.    With a healthy herd of beautiful bison adding to the elk, deer and pronghorn opportunities, the hunting operation has thrived.Twin Pine Ranch has a unique, successful and noted bison hunting business, having marketed yearlings for meat hunts for 17 years, all of which sell out one year in advance of each season.  Trophy bulls are a regular added draw.  Long time hunters as well as many new ones come annually from all over the United States for well guided and run day hunts.  The Twin Pine business enterprise includes their well-established and trusted name brand, web site, and hunter contact lists.  The overall hunting on the ranch is second to none for quality.  Located in Wyoming's coveted Game Management Elk Unit 7, the ranch has an incredible Rocky Mountain elk herd with trophy class bulls.  This unique and desirable hunting unit consistently puts out bulls that score 350-400 and careful management is the key to that success.  Trophy mule deer and white-tailed deer also frequent the ranch in good numbers.  Pronghorns, black bear, Merriam turkey, sharp-tailed and blue grouse and the occasional flock of ducks also add to the wildlife diversity of this property. The ranch is well watered with streams, springs, and reservoirs.  Beautiful Cottonwood Creek meanders through the ranch meadows and holds excellent populations of brook trout and big rainbow trout. Large narrow leaf, or “bitter” cottonwoods, willows and chokecherries line the stream, helping to reduce soil erosion and provide shade for trout in the warmer months. This freestone creek has been very well cared for by the current owners and the established streambed is in excellent condition. The creek bottom was fenced out of the meadows during early cattle raising years and has been well managed since that time, establishing stabilized shores that protect the fish and streambed from flooding as well as enticing bees, butterflies and myriad wildlife ….coons, badgers, beavers, great blue herons, hummingbirds and eagles.   In contrast to cattle, bison move daily, similar to elk or deer, going to water, then moving back to upper bluffs and grass hills the remainder of the time to graze and ruminate. Because they do not loiter in riparian areas, the streams remain clean, clear and optimized as a healthy fishery throughout the ranch.The homestead rests in a beautiful mountain valley setting and is exactly what you would expect of a quintessential Wyoming ranch. It has the right mix, rugged and refined, with history you can feel as you step out of the truck. The main home is well appointed with all of the comforts you would want. There are plentiful outbuildings and a rustic guest lodge for a stay in Wyoming your friends will never forget.  The ranch is like taking a step back in time with buffalo roaming, elk and deer in the hills and turkeys picking in the yard next to Cottonwood Creek.  The property comes with early first water rights for irrigation of the hay meadows, which encompass approximately 185 acres of harvested hay fields. Four main irrigation systems and ditches weave their way through the valley, providing water to the various fields, including one that has birdsfoot trefoil, a super-high protein perennial legume. Annual yield for hay is roughly 300 big round bales.Privacy is prevalent on this ranch with many secluded valleys and areas. The acreage on this property lives big because the ranch adjoins BLM land that is virtually inaccessible to the public. Well maintained county roads lead from the ranch so that it is 20 minutes to I-25 and another 15 minutes to Wheatland, Wyoming. The ranch is just over one hour to Cheyenne, Wyoming, and two hours to the front range of Colorado.  Twin Pine Ranch is a turnkey operation with approximately 300-400 bison, subject to change depending on the time of year due to hunting and calving seasons. The ranch has four homes or cabins, many outbuildings and barns, equipment and other assets that will be sold in as is condition. The operation is very well run with the owner and one employee. Together, they handle the hay production, herd management and the hunting aspects of the ranch.  For a private showing please contact Dax Hayden at 970-674-1990 or 303-619-6774.  
$17,800,000
Ski Resort with Hunting & Recreational Land For Sale in Johnson County, WY
#WY399159
Johnson, Wyoming
3,287.00 acres
Ski Resort with Hunting & Recreational Land For Sale in Cody, WY The Lodges of the Big Horns are four special properties in the magnificent Bighorn Mountains and Bighorn National Forest. These Lodges and cabins are located on U.S. Highway 16 between two quaint and historic Wyoming towns, Buffalo & Ten Sleep.This offering consists of Meadowlark Ski Lodge, Meadowlark Lake Lodge and cabins, Deer Haven Lodge and cabins, South Fork Mountain Lodge, cabins and Outfitters. In addition to the Lodges, the offering includes two high quality deeded land parcels. The first is a very private 3187 deeded acre tract high in the Bighorn Mountain back country. With spectacular scenery, privacy and abundant wildlife this land is currently utilized for exclusive trophy big game hunting operated by South Fork Mountain Outfitters. The second tract is 100 deeded acres on the eastern slope of the Bighorns overlooking the town of Buffalo and the vast plains beyond. Unencumbered by any improvements this parcel borders National Forest and offers one of the most spectacular settings anywhere in the Rocky Mountain region. The Lodges and deeded parcels are offered as one package, giving the new owner the chance to control all of the recreation properties in the southern end of the Bighorn mountains. Pick your season and enjoy horseback riding, pack-trips, fishing, boating, hunting, skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling. The Lodges of the Bighorns are operated on National Forest lands under a special use permit from the Bighorn National Forest. These properties represent the only lodging and recreational venues between Buffalo and Ten Sleep. As a major route between the mid-western states and Yellowstone National Park, the highway between Buffalo and Ten Sleep attracts tourists from around the world. Each of these lodge properties have their own charm, amenities and recreational opportunities. For more properties like this one, head to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 49005-00014
$17,100,000
Kaycee Land & Livestock Ranch
#WY451872
Johnson, Wyoming
12,356.00 acres
The Kaycee Land & Livestock Ranch is a grazing and hunting ranch featuring live water and native grass meadows. The property consists of 11,315± deeded acres, 921 acres BLM lease and 120 State of Wyoming lease acres for a total of 12,356± acres. The ranch is fenced into 12 pastures on three units: Middle Fork, North Fork and Tisdale Mountain units. The ranch consists of productive and native grass pastures with gramma grass, black root, and western wheat grasses. There are also 775 acres of irrigation water rights which historically have been used for hay production. There are approximately 44 reservoirs on the ranch with many of them being year-round. Live water includes Million Creek, Thomas Creek, Wall Creek along with the North Fork and Middle Fork of the Powder River. The southwestern terrain of the Kaycee Land & Livestock Ranch varies from canyon rims to deep draws with heavy timber complete with ponderosa pine and cedar. The rugged topography provides excellent habitat for resident herds of elk, mule deer and antelope. The ranch also has additional income potential with a Bentonite mine and a royalty agreement. One mile from Kaycee is a seven-lot sub-division with a gravel road leading to the lots and power in close proximately. Note: The complete ranch, North Fork, Middle Fork and Tisdale Mountain Ranches, has historically run 365 cow/calf pairs, 15 bulls and saddle horses year-round. For 2020, the complete ranch has run 165 cow/calf pairs, 12 bulls and saddle horses.
$13,025,000