Mill Iron Ranch, an historic 220-acre ranch situated in the high-country north of Dubois, Wyoming, is an elegant Old West oasis nestled in the rugged beauty of the Upper Wind River mountains. The ranch was meticulously redeveloped in the early 2000s as a year-round lodging and retreat center, featuring an expansive main lodge, eleven private residential dwellings, and dining and recreational facilities. Carved out of the wilderness once roamed by Butch Cassidy, it serves as a gateway property, welcoming guests to millions of acres of pristine public land comprising part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and providing ready access to Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. Jackson Hole, Wyoming, together with its national airport and cultural and social amenities, is only an hour and twenty minutes away – yet a world apart. Renowned big game hunting, fly fishing, horseback riding and hiking are part of the tradition – and the enduring spirit – of Mill Iron Ranch. Wake up to elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, duck, geese, and other wildlife out your window, and go just down the road for endless acreage of recreation on BLM public land access, with hiking trails and biking trails galore. With facilities to comfortably accommodate over 40 guests, the capacity of the ranch as a lodging, corporate retreat and/or special event center provides unlimited financial opportunity for the enterprising proprietor or investor.