Vintage Ranch is marked by a distinct, recognizable character of refinement contrasted with classic rustic western canyon and ranch lands. The ranch lies in the lands where Native Americans tread, where legendary outlaws took shelter, and where pioneering ranch families carved out a living on which future generations could prosper. It’s deep canyons, remote landscapes, and rushing streams cultivate, even today, the sense of wildness that attracted so many to this frontier southwest of Kaycee, Wyoming.
Oering 950± deeded acres and approximately 584± acres of BLM lands, Vintage Ranch’s superior beauty encompasses grassy irrigated meadows, a winding creek, red walls, deep canyons, and rolling foothills pastures. The Red Fork of the Powder River, a trout stream, winds its way through the property for about 3.5 miles. Deep river bends nearly double back on themselves in this productive tributary. Hatches of aquatic insects are often seen rising from the water in the early morning light. The custom improvements easily accommodate either daily family living, recreational use, and/or business networking in the relative remoteness and privacy of central Wyoming. Located on a lightly traveled county road, Vintage Ranch is very much o-the-beaten-path yet accessible year-round. From shing to 4-wheeling, from hiking to sporting clays, from relaxing by the pool to sitting on the patio, the range of activities easily occupies for days on end.