Dry Creek Farm
Details & Features
Rolling farm fields interspersed with bands of aspens and big mountain views create an idyllic setting at Dry Creek Farm. Located in the resource-rich Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, 32 road miles from downtown Driggs, ID. The 265-acre Dry Creek Farm is a solid mix of productive farmland, creek bottom, and aspen covered ridges with stunning Teton Range views. Located one-half mile from the National Forest border, Dry Creek is rich in wildlife; with deer, elk, and bear often seen on the property. Coveys are Sharp-tailed Grouse as well as Ruffed Grouse are frequently encountered on the property during the Fall hunting seasons. Properties of this size with mountain views, farm income, privacy, and proximity to services are becoming increasingly difficult to find in the Rocky Mountain West, making Dry Creek Farm a unique offering.
- Close proximity to live water on the Henry’s Fork River and South Fork of the Snake River
- 265 deeded acres in Fremont County, Idaho
- 188 tillable acres
- 26 miles to Driggs, Idaho
- 55 miles to Jackson Hole, Wyoming
- 1⁄2 mile from national forest boundary
Idaho ranches for sale offer a variety of opportunities for water and wildlife recreation against the backdrop of the majestic Teton Range. Breathtaking hunting properties and Idaho cattle ranches can be found throughout the state in such rising resort communities as Teton Valley, ID, while fly fishing ranches sit on the banks of the Snake River, the Warm, the Fall, and the Teton, to name a few. Only moments away from world class recreation opportunities such as powder skiing and upland bird hunting, contact Live Water Properties for more information on purchasing Idaho ranch real estate in Idaho.View All Idaho Properties
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