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This luxury home sits on the outskirts of Laramie and boasts over 5,000 square feet. The properties location is unique and features a rare overlook of Laramie from the wrap-around deck. The property is less than half a mile from I-80, Laramie High School, and from Walmart, but preserves a level of privacy and wildlife on it...

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Located less than 5 miles from Boysen Reservoir this 396+/- acre ranch offers the new owner a turn key operation with finest equipment with two brand new 1 - 8 tower and 1 - 9 tower Valley Pivots installed summer of 2019.  Seller is willing to part with some fine equipment that is too lengthy to list but includes 1 - 2014 ...

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The Denny Ranch is a nice a combination of productive grazing, and scenic land totaling 5,128+/- deeded acres fenced and cross fenced into six different pastures. The terrain is a mix of Wyoming hard grasses known for putting significant gains on cattle, rolling hills and draws which are lined with pine and cedar trees and ...

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RED CANYON RANCH, THERMOPOLIS, WYOMING “Think of it as your own National Park”  The epic story of Red Canyon Ranch begins when life on Earth almost died. Standing on the rim of Red Canyon and looking out over the beautiful vista, it’s hard to imagine that the dove-gray cliffs and rolling tree-covered hills in the can...

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This cabin is on a Forest Service Lease, no land. Located minutes from the East Entrance of Yellowstone National Park you’ll find this high quality, move in ready 1200 sq. ft. 3 bedroom, ¾ bathroom cabin. The family room and kitchen are open and spacious with a wood fireplace and pellet stove as the center pieces. This ...

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Three turnkey business operations on approximately 17 deeded acres including an approximate ½ mile of Shoshone River frontage which is considered by many to be a blue ribbon trout fishery. The trout ranch includes the fish hatchery building, shop building, horse shed and corrals, managers house, all fish inventory, multip...

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The Bixby Ranch represents a near-perfect 16,896+/- acre Wyoming operating ranch. It lies in a contiguous block of primarily deeded land (only 2,299+/- acres of BLM and State Lease) with eight miles of Box Elder Creek, as it leaves the Laramie Mountains, as the focal point. Bixby Ranch fronts the North Platte River for abou...

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Three turnkey business operations on approximately 17 deeded acres including an approximate ½ mile of Shoshone River frontage which is considered by many to be a blue ribbon trout fishery. The trout ranch includes the fish hatchery building, shop building, horse shed and corrals, managers house, all fish inventory, multip...

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The Shoshone River Ranch is a unique offering with 83.39 total acres with 27 of those acres irrigated conveniently located between Powell/Cody. This ranch has ½ mile or more of river frontage and is deeded on both sides of the river. The Shoshone River is considered by many to be a blue ribbon fishery. The property topogra...

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This sophisticated retreat is privately situated on 41 acres with stunning views of the Beartooth Mountains and the Clarks Fork valley. This exquisite home is a masterpiece of design and craftmanship. The sprawling entertainment areas include a large living room open to the kitchen and dining area, an enormous family room ...

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Situated along the Black’s Fork River, the Parker Place is a remarkably beautiful and scenic property within the recreation corridor of Flaming Gorge. This once in a lifetime offering features 440± acres and boasts groves of Aspen and Pine trees and lush meadows, with the highly sought after Black’s Forks River flowing...

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LEK Ranch represents one of those very rare occasions when a significant property becomes available between Buffalo and the Montana state line on the eastern front of the Bighorn Mountains. Like LEK, most of these mountain front ranches are protected by conservation easements. This is one of the most tightly held areas in W...

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This property sits on 1.64 acres and has a 40'x75' steel building connected to a smaller 25'x40' building.  It has a loading dock for easy loading and unloading of supplies as well as a living quarters complete with kitchen and full bath.  If you're looking for a place to start up a small business, auto repair or just a p...

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This completely vacant 2.39 acres is ready for a new owner.  The property is a corner lot and already has power and septic system in place and ready to go.  ...

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This one of a kind lakefront property offers stunning views, a wealth of privacy, and fantastic access to recreation and amenities. The terrain is rolling, offering grass filled draws, timbered ridges of Ponderosa Pine and classic rock outcroppings. Wonderful views of both the lake and the Black Hills can be had from a mult...

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Located just 5 minutes north of Upton, this wonderful property offers the feel of being out in the country with the convenience of only being a short drive from town. The property offers grassy meadows, thick cedar, and mature Ponderosa Pines. There are several great building sites to choose from, and power is close. If you...

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Nestled on between Big Ridge road and Riverview road lies this 166 acre property, with access from both roads, and passes all the way through. The farm features two pivots, one covering Alfalfa in its 3rd season and producing 5+ tons per acre, while the other pivot covers grass hay, which produced well over 1.5 tons an acre...

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A great little starter ranch accompanied with a brand new home built in 2018, Quonset equipment/shop, irrigation, and a sizable range parcel. The 2200+ sqft. 3 bed & 2 bath home sits on 92+/- acres just of of Peterson Road. The 103+/- range parcel is just up the road off of Tunnel Hill Rd and comes equipped with a solar...

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A very nice vacant land offering with great views in every direction, no covenants, irrigation, power close by, and located just outside the Lander city limits....

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Secluded mountain hideaway. Want a place to get away from it all? Look no further than this super Union Pass retreat. Nestled under pines & aspens w/a seasonal pond & ducks, moose, bear, elk, & mule deer galore. Not visible from the road, this property offers the seclusion you've been searching for. A perfect weekend retrea...

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Land For Sale In Wyoming

When you're in Wyoming, you're in cowboy country. The state's trademark is The Bucking Horse & Rider, which tells you everything you need to know about the area's rich traditions. Wyoming features sprawling ranches, towering mountains, and the largest collection of geysers and thermal features in the world. The majestic Yellowstone National Park boasts 2 million acres of wilderness and natural beauty, and that is just one of Wyoming's national parks and monuments. In Wyoming, you can feel the wild spirit of the West calling your sense of adventure.

In 1867, the Union Pacific Railway reached Cheyenne, Wyoming's capital. The territory grew quickly, and Wyoming became the 44th state in 1890. Once again, it is the ideal time to buy land in Wyoming. Wyoming's historical roots are the story of tough, tenacious people with a true love for the land.

The Equality State

Wyoming is nicknamed The Equality State because women were granted the right to vote here in 1869. At 97,914 square miles, it is the 9th largest state in the union, but the least populated so it is a land of wide open spaces. It is bordered by Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, and Idaho.

Land in Wyoming

In the East, Wyoming forms part of the Great Plains. They extend into the rugged natural beauty of the Middle and Southern Rocky Mountains. The Western half of the state is dominated by the geographically unique Wyoming Basin. At 6,700 feet, Wyoming is the second highest state in the country.

Hunting Land

Wyoming has an abundance of wild land open for hunting. Yellowstone National Park, Bighorn National Forest, Shoshone National Forest, and more offer millions and millions of acres of land to hunt game. There are hundreds of thousands of acres of land for sale in Wyoming as well.

Wyoming Natural Resources

The gorgeous and diversified landscape offers incredible opportunities to enjoy outdoor activities. The abundant natural resources of The Equality State are beautiful scenery, wildlife, mineral deposits of bentonite clay, coal, gold, uranium, agate, jade, petroleum, and sodium carbonate. It's number one natural resource are the great expanses of rich grazing land that supports the state's giant beef cattle industry.

National Parks and Reserves

It would be tough to find a state with more national parks, national reserves, national grasslands, national forests, and historic sites than in this state. Wyoming is home to America's first National Park, and today there are an amazing number of National Parks and Reserves in this expansive state. Some of the endless places to explore in Wyoming are:

  1. Yellowstone National Park
  2. Devil's Tower
  3. Shoshone National Forest
  4. Grand Teton National Park
  5. Bridger-Teton National Forest
  6. Fossil Butte National Monument
  7. Fort Laramie National Historic Site
  8. Thunder Basin National Grassland

Wyoming Industry

Wyoming's number one industry is agriculture, which provides up to 86% of the state's agricultural product. Manufacturing is minimal in Wyoming.

Agriculture

In the land of cowboys, beef cattle is the number one crop. It accounts for about 86% of the state's gross agricultural receipts. Other agricultural products include:

  • Hogs
  • Sheep
  • Lambs
  • Dairy products
  • Hay
  • Sugar Beets
  • Barely
  • Dry Beans

Wyoming produces livestock commodities like wool and chicken eggs. Other greenhouse products like oats and sunflowers are also grown.

Mining

The industry of mining is a larger percentage of the state's gross product than any other state. In Wyoming there is mining for:

  • Coal
  • Petroleum
  • Natural Gas
  • Sodium Carbonate
  • Bentonite
  • Other Clays

Finding land for sale in the beautiful state of Wyoming is a solid idea for all of the above reasons and more. Want to see your Wyoming property listed on Land Broker MLS Join our co-op by signing up today.