Ghost Creek Ranch
Details & Features
Located in the heart of the Beartooth Mountain Range is the Ghost Creek Ranch. With 131 deeded acres the ranch is just 18 miles south of Cooke City, Montana and an hour drive from Cody, Wyoming, along the world-famous Chief Joseph Highway. The ranch is protected on three sides by Shoshone National Forest. The setting is extremely private and commands spectacular 360-degree views of the surrounding 11,000-foot peaks. Currently utilized as a cow camp, there is a small two-bedroom cabin, and the original homestead cabin. The property is otherwise undeveloped and is ready for an incoming owner who will have the option of several exceptional building sites. Situated between towering cliffs and the Clarks Fork River, the scenery is stunning and wildlife is abundant including deer, elk, moose, bears, big horn sheep, mountain goats and mountain lions. Ghost creek runs through the middle of the ranch enhancing the lush vegetation and habitat. The rolling terrain is a combination of open pastures, aspen groves and pine forest. The property lends itself well to unlimited recreational opportunities, including horseback riding, hiking, biking, snowmobiling and world class hunting. With all the beauty and splendor of the ranch and surrounding mountains, wildlife and proximity to Cody and Yellowstone National Park, Ghost Creek Ranch offers a rare opportunity to own an exceptional piece of the American West.
- 131 deeded acres surrounded on three sides by national forest
- Very private setting and surrounded on three sides by national forest
- Abundant wildlife and exceptional hunting on the ranch and forest
- ½ mile of Ghost Creek bisects the property
- Easy access to Yellowstone National Park
Ranches for sale in Wyoming, in particular properties located in Jackson Hole and surrounding resort counties, not only provide unmatched access to the plethora of recreational opportunities in the area, but offer excellent real estate investment opportunities as well. With such close proximity to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, these properties range from expansive fly fishing and hunting ranches to classic working cattle properties. Wyoming resident tax advantages and ranch value appreciation make investing in ranch real estate here a smart buy-and-enjoy strategy.View All Wyoming Properties
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