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Lonetree Ranch-West Unit
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.
Cody Creek Sanctuary
Teton, Wyoming
65.00 acres
Five miles from Jackson’s iconic downtown and a good cup of coffee, this property’s driveway drops into a 65-acre sanctuary, where a first-class spring creek weaves through six ponds and incomparably beautiful open land. From the back deck, the sounds of nature replace the hum of a vibrant mountain community. Circled by uninterrupted alpine views and conservation land, Cody Creek Ranch is home to an elk herd, bald eagles, blue herons and trumpeter swans, as well as magnificent waterways brimming with native cutthroat trout. For years, romantics chose ranches in the middle of nowhere for adventure and the therapeutic benefits of living outside. This ranch, suited for the modern pioneer who wants it all, is like a mini national park—in the middle of everywhere. The main house, a 4,670-sq ft log home built from hand-peeled logs, sits nestled among spruce and aspen trees with views of the entire property. Three bedrooms connect off of a classic great room featuring a spacious kitchen and dining area focused around a romantic wood-burning stone fireplace. A game room with a pool table, large-screen T.V. and library also inspires cozy nights around a wood-burning stove and can accommodate small or large gatherings. The expansive back deck facing west provides a stage from which to experience the outdoors and view wildlife throughout the seasons. This Western home also includes a 999-sq ft log guesthouse with two beds and two baths. Approximately 5,500 sq ft of additional building opportunity is allowed in the building envelope for a barn and riding facility.
Twin Pine Ranch
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.  
Ski Resort with Hunting & Recreational Land For Sale in Johnson County, WY
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
Mule Creek Ranch
Carbon, Wyoming
13,671.00 acres
Mule Creek Ranch is located in Carbon County, Wyoming, and covers 13,671 acres of land that is approximately 9,678 deeded acres with 3,033 acres state-owned and the remaining 960 acres is a BLM lease. The property has over two miles of the Medicine Bow River, along with several miles of adjacent slues, offering brown trout and occasional brook trout. Enhancement opportunities are outstanding along this stretch of river. Also, several miles of Mule Creek, West Fork Wagon Hound Creek and Bear Creek could offer fishing development opportunities. LOCATION Mule Creek Ranch is located southeast of the community of Elk Mountain, and one hour from the full service commercial airport in Laramie, Wyoming and 50 minutes to Saratoga, Wyoming plus has a private airstrip. ACREAGE AND DETAILS Historically it has been used as a working cattle ranch capitalizing on the rich vegetative diversity throughout the area. The lodgepole pine forest with mixed spruce and fir populating the upper south side of the ranch has been managed for timber within the past 15+ years and many access roads are in place. Livestock grazing is currently being permitted at a conservative level. Hay production on the ranch has been 1200 tons with fertilizer. Habitat from high mountain timberlands to open grass prairie and river bottom meadows provide a rarely found diversity on private lands in Wyoming. Excellent wildlife populations, miles of private lands and adjacent public lands for added recreation, are another of the key points of this ranch. WATER RIGHTS Lower Mule Creek along the Medicine Bow River has 1,634 acres of adjudicated water for irrigated hay and pasture, haying about 475 acres, producing 1,200 tons of hay with fertilizer. The Upper Mule Creek has 342 acres currently used for irrigated pasture.
Kaycee Land & Livestock Ranch
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.
Fischer Ranch
Albany, Wyoming
6,741.00 acres
The historic Fischer Ranch offers 3,765 +/- deeded acres and 2977 +/- leased acres. This ranch is conveniently located off Highway 287 just 30 Northwest of Fort Collins, Colorado and 40 minutes South of Laramie, Wyoming.  Straddling the state line, this unique offering has excellent topography, location, and privacy with paved access to the front gate.  This historic cattle ranch is the perfect year-round retreat for the outdoor enthusiast.  Excellent hunting for mule deer, elk and antelope exist within the boundaries of the ranch and the intermixed state land.  The location off of Highway 287 gives excellent access year-round with extreme privacy to the ranch headquarters that sits adjacent to Fish Creek. The spring fed creeks are teeming with brook and brown trout.  Ponderosa covered hills with amazing rock formations and watered bottoms dominate the landscape of this historic acreage.  This ranch creates the feel of the old west.Beautiful interior landscapes mixed with gorgeous vistas of the Mummy Range and the Rawah (ray-wah) Wilderness offer those famous world class Colorado views.  The ranch is also just 40 minutes to Laramie, Wyoming which also offers many amenities. The ranch is a mix of short gramma grasses and sub-irrigated bottomland and the current owners run about 200 mother cows for 5-6 months a year.  The ranch has historically been hayed but currently the owners are only grazing the sub-irrigated and irrigated bottoms.  The hunting on the ranch is excellent with approximately 320 acres located in Colorado and the balance of the property located in Wyoming.  Currently, the Colorado tags for elk are over the counter for Archery, 2nd and 3rd seasons.  The Wyoming portion of the ranch offers 2 elk, mule deer and antelope landowner vouchers for the owners of the ranch by draw.  The area has more resident elk than ever before and herds move locally creating great opportunities during all seasons.  There is an excellent migration of elk on and through this ranch during the later seasons.  Quality bulls up to 350 have frequented the ranch with a good representative bull being 300 inches.  Mule deer have done well over the past years and good deer between 160” and 180” can be harvested. This historical ranch lends to an authentic "Western" experience and is a beautiful place to not only hunt and fish but to enjoy hiking, climbing, mountain biking or riding quads through the open prairie and pasture land. The home itself has a beautiful kitchen and living room with a nice fireplace to snuggle up to on a cool night.  The views from the house are of Home Rock and Fish Creek Rock. The views are fantastic during different times of day, when the light gleems and creates a picture perfect surrounding.  The history that surrounds this ranch dates back to the late 1800's when Mr. Keyes retired to this ranch on the North side of Fish Creek.  The orginal homesteads were secured by the Keyes and Hawkes families.  Today some of the sheds and the root cellar still remain part of this historical property.  History also states that this land was a point of the historical Overland Trail.  The very dirt road through the property was the Overland Trail Road.  The main house and barns that are on Fish Creek in front of Home Rock were homesteaded by the Hawkes family.  Mr. Hawkes had a passion for stone masonry and built the litte stone shed located next to the garage.  The ranch has excellent potential for a conservation easement for a buyer that would like to benefit financially from protecting the ranch in perpetuity. Or to simply enjoy its beautiful balance of nature, hunting or fishing, recreation and rich history.  For your private tour, contact Dax Hayden at 303.619.6774 
Mills Home Ranch
Natrona, Wyoming
25,569.00 acres
Located 15 miles west of Casper, Wyoming, the Mills Home Ranch consists of 19,944.56± deeded acres, 2,085.08± State of Wyoming lease acres, and 3,539.85± BLM lease acres for a total of approximately 25,569.49 acres. There are 506± acres of irrigated hay ground of which 232± acres are irrigated via two low-pressure pivots with flood irrigation used to irrigate the balance of the hay ground. Water for livestock and wildlife is provided by the Casper Alcova Irrigation main canal, Poison Spider Creek, and Soldier Creek, all of which travel through the ranch. Additional water is provided by a submersible well with underground pipeline to several tanks. There are several reservoirs located throughout the ranch. Improvements include a 2,487 sq. ft. home with an attached garage, 5,000 sq. ft. metal frame shop with concrete floor, 4,800 sq. ft. and 3,200 sq. ft. pole barns, working corrals with Fairbanks & Morse 10,500 lb. scale, and numerous other outbuildings. The ranch is home to trophy mule deer, upland game birds, and a variety of other wildlife. This ranch is being offered at appraised value.
Biddick Ranch
Albany, Wyoming
13,146.00 acres
: On the open market for the first time, the Biddick Ranch is located approximately 14 miles northwest of Laramie, Wyoming. This contiguous 13,146± acre legacy ranch is made up of 12,826± deeded acres and 320± State of Wyoming lease acres. With 4,060± adjudicated irrigated acres, the ranch currently puts hay up on 2,200± irrigated acres and uses the remaining 1,860 irrigated acres for grazing in conjunction with the 9,086± acres of native grass pasture. The carrying capacity is owner-rated at 650 head of cow/calf pairs year-round. The ranch is able to produce enough hay to feed its own livestock during the winter months, in addition to producing approximately 1,000 ton of hay each year to sell. The Laramie Valley Municipal Irrigation District provides 48 CFS of water that is delivered to the ranch via the Oasis Canal, an additional 10 CFS are supplied by the Little Laramie River and the Laramie River via the Biddick Canal. The cost of the Laramie Valley Municipal water assessment is approximately $11,066 per year. With approximately seven miles of the Laramie River and one mile of the Little Laramie River, the ranch offers fishing opportunities along with tremendous antelope, mule and whitetail deer habitat for the outdoor enthusiast. There are three wells located on the ranch that feed into an excellent water system providing water not only to all the corrals but to seven pastures. The combination of the ranch’s water system with several miles of live water make this an exceptionally well-watered ranch.
Rooted on the River Ranch
Park, Wyoming
952.00 acres
Straddling the Greybull River in the fertile bottomlands outside of Meeteetse, Wyoming lies the Rooted on The River Ranch. Easily one of the most well-executed and substantially appointed equestrian centers and ranch on the Wyoming market today, a wonderful mix of western romance and recreation. Consisting of 952± deeded acres, the Rooted on the River Ranch is blessed with ample water rights, to the point of almost a rarity in Wyoming. The ranch enjoys both senior and junior water rights and a 300’ deep well that provides over 600 gallons per minute. A State-of-the-art equestrian facility with breeding station, pharmacy room, automatic feeders, heat and water. The ranch also exhibits solid cattle working facilities, including a certified scale, hydraulic chute and working corrals. The character and nostalgia of Rooted on the River Ranch is by no means a second-place thought. From the custom-made Tipi, which sits along the bank of the Greybull River and acts as a picnic area or guest retreat to the three tastefully revitalized homes, the ranch has been prepared to accommodate extended families and guests alike. The Greybull River, with 1.6 miles of river flowing through the property, brings with it a host of wildlife. Home to the popular Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout, the ranch enjoys controlling both sides of the river for added seclusion. A variety of waterfowl, elk, deer and antelope thrive on the hay fields and the riparian ground along the river. The ranch qualifies for Landowner permits for elk, deer and antelope making it the ideal hunting and fishing ranch. A warm and inviting family-oriented ranch, located 30 minutes south of Cody Wyoming, with room and amenities to suit a multitude of Buyers. Rooted on The River Ranch is both easily accessible and supremely tranquil.