Teton River Confluence Ranch
Details & Features
Teton River Confluence Ranch possesses that rare combination of the most sought-after western ranch traits: stunning mountain views, live water, abundant wildlife and proximity to resort amenities. This 760-acre ranch is comprised of a peninsula of land bordered by Badger Creek, Bitch Creek and the Teton River, three of the finest cutthroat trout fisheries in the West. The setting is breathtaking with rolling topography, big Teton Range views and the wild river canyons. Currently in its seventh year of a Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), the ranch provides the owner with income and the wildlife with protection. Wildlife species benefiting the most from the current ranch use are sharp-tailed grouse, Hungarian partridge and mule deer. “Huns” and “sharpies” are both present in huntable numbers and provide great recreation for the wingshooter. The Teton River Confluence Ranch possesses the combination of great fishing, hunting, big views and farm income all while being close to Driggs, one of the most desirable small towns in the West.
Location: Teton River Confluence is located on the northern end of Teton Valley, Idaho, northwest of the town of Felt. This recreational ranch is a 25-minute drive to the charming mountain town of Driggs, the county seat. Teton Valley, known as “the quiet side of the Tetons,” is located in the heart of the Greater Yellowstone. The resort community of Jackson Hole lies 46 miles to the east with many conveniences such as fine dining, lodging, state-of-the-art medical facilities and world-class recreation. Jackson Hole is also the gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. West Yellowstone lies a scenic 81 miles to the north. Teton River Confluence is well-situated within the recreational mecca commonly known as the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
Acreage: The acreage on Teton River Confluence is diverse and a truly wild, breathtaking setting. These 760 acres are a mixture of rolling meadows with dramatic Teton Range views, picturesque stands of aspens, and the wild canyons of Bitch Creek, Badger Creek and Teton River bordering the ranch on three sides. The northern and southern sides of the ranch are comprised of healthy stands of pine and aspen groves, and the ranch is bordered by BLM land to the north, south and west. The property overlooks Bitch Creek to the north, Badger Creek to the south, and the Teton River to the west. These corridors are pristine intact systems with little human disturbance. Abundant water flows out of the high country of the Teton Range via Bitch Creek and Badger Creek providing the lifeblood to the Teton River system.
- 760 deeded acres in Teton County, Idaho
- 14 miles from Driggs, Idaho and 47 Miles from Jackson Hole, Wyoming
- Access via County Road from the east
- Peninsula bordered by sought-after fisheries including Bitch Creek, Badger Creek and the Teton River
- 5.22 miles of river frontage adjacent to the ranch accessed either by deeded land or BLM
- 2.58 miles of Bitch Creek
- 1.09 miles of the Teton River
- 1.55 miles of Badger Creek
- Borders BLM on three sides
- World-Class Fishing On Badger Creek, Bitch Creek And Teton River
- Excellent Upland Bird Hunting
- CRP Income
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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