Spring Creek Meadows is situated South of Tetonia and 8.5 miles northwest of Driggs. This sporting retreat offers a mix of open meadows, mature trees and big Teton views. The property has two forks of Spring Creek onsite plus the main Fork of South Leigh Creek. Spring Creek runs year round while South Leigh Creek is seasonal in nature, its tree cover providing ample cover and a travel corridor for area wildlife. The charming mountain town of Driggs provides restaurants, grocery stores, shopping, golf private air service and world-class skiing, mountain biking and snowmobiling. With stunning Teton views, onsite hunting and fishing, premium home site opportunities and agricultural income, Spring Creek Meadows is unique opportunity at a hard to find price point.
Spring Creek Meadows offer 191 incredibly diverse acres. The northern boundary of the property is the thread of “First Creekâ€ this fork traverses the property for approximately 2100 ft. The next fork of Spring Creek or “ Second Creekâ€ traverses the property for approximately 1550 ft. Each creek channel runs year round and both have year round flow and a population of brook trout. A mix of large cottonwood trees and open meadows frame the creek corridors. To the South of the creek is an open meadow which has historically been used for grazing livestock, the meadow itself has the best view orientation , with Teton views to the east and Big Hole Mountain views to the west. To the south of the meadow the property becomes primarily tree covered once again as it transitions to the South Leigh Creek corridor. The tree cover here is predominantly cottonwood trees with thick understory, perfect cover for whitetail deer, which have been observed in high numbers across the property. South of the creek corridor there is approximately 30 acres which is in dry farm production , typically barley or wheat.