The Double Creek Ranch is a beautiful 162-acre property ideally located between Victor and Driggs in the magnificent Teton Valley of Idaho. With diverse land characteristics featuring open meadows, dense aspen groves, and two streams flowing through the ranch, it offers the feeling of seclusion with convenient proximity to the recreational and cultural activities of Teton Valley and Jackson Hole. With an historic barn, existing paddock area and fencing, the property is ready for the equestrian. This stunning Teton Valley ranch is surrounded by hundreds of acres of conservation easement property protected from development and is a prime candidate for a conservation easement having been identified as a “high priority” parcel by the Teton Regional Land Trust.
Location: The Double Creek Ranch is located in Teton County, Idaho, on the western slope of the famous Teton Mountain Range. The area referred to as Teton Valley, is comprised of the small mountain towns of Victor, Driggs and Tetonia. The Double Creek Ranch is located southwest of Driggs, the county seat and largest of the three towns. Driggs offers a wide array of first-class services including restaurants, grocery stores, shopping, golf, private air service and access to the world-class skiing at Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort. The resort town of Jackson Hole lies 35 minutes to the east and offers commercial air service and endless all-season recreation and cultural amenities. Idaho Falls, the closest municipality, is an hour drive from the ranch and hosts all major conveniences including commercial air services. Double Creek Ranch is located at an elevation of 6,000 feet.
Acreage: The Double Creek Ranch offers 162 incredibly diverse acres. Bordered on both the north and the east by properties under conservation easement, the Double Creek Ranch is a private sanctuary with protected viewscapes and is rich in wildlife resources. Darby Creek makes up the southern boundary of the property and is a rich riparian area that acts as natural migration corridor for big game, particularly whitetail dear and moose, as they transition between the summer and winter range. Running north from Darby Creek, there is nice horse pasture and corrals where saddle horses are kept convenient to the to he caretaker’s home. A section of the ranch is comprised of irrigated meadows with fantastic 360-degree views.
Live Water: Double Creek Ranch enjoys the live water of both Darby Creek and Dick Creek. Darby Creek is seasonal stream that defines the southern boundary of the ranch for approximately 2,400 feet. Dick Creek is a small spring-fed creek, which runs for approximately 4,200 feet across the ranch. Although neither stream would be deemed a fishery, both streams are critical riparian areas for wildlife and provide ample irrigation water for hay production in the meadows as well as the opportunity to construct ponds or wetland features for area wildlife or waterfowl hunting.
Get To Know Teton Valley Ranches for sale in Driggs, Victor and Tetonia, Idaho
Located on the quiet western side of the famous Teton Mountain Range, Teton Valley, Idaho consists of three main towns, Driggs, Tetonia and Victor. Driggs is the largest and the Teton County seat. Teton Valley provides all the services and amenities one needs such as restaurants, grocery stores, shopping, and multiple golf resorts. There is private air service at Driggs Reed Memorial, and its 7,300 foot runway is equipped for plans and jets of all sizes. Teton Valley is also home to Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort, consistently ranked among the top ski resorts in the country and host to a number of summer music festivals.
Teton Valley boasts an array of recreational diversity that is sure to satisfy outdoorsmen of all kinds. There is public fishing on the Teton River and nearby streams and creeks. The resort community of Jackson Hole, WY is 45 minutes away offering an array of year round recreational and cultural amenities, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and commercial air service.