The Yankee Ranch is an exceptional agricultural and recreational property conveniently located 10 miles southeast of Lander, Wyoming. Not often does a property come available with such diverse attributes including 130.57 deeded acres bordered by private holdings, nearly 3/4 mile of the well-known Little Popo Agie River, roughly 60 acres of flood and gated pipe irrigated land, a shared BLM grazing lease consisting of over 86,000 acres and easy year-round access from a state highway. The custom log home and its associated outbuildings are located in an ideal setting to capture the expansive mountain range and elevated views of the river below. Whether one desires to run or generate an annual income from an agricultural operation, set up a private hunting and fishing sanctuary or to simply relax with friends and enjoy the multitude of activities in the area, The Yankee Ranch is ready for you.
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Get To Know Lander Ranches for Sale in Lander, Wyoming
Lander is a charming Western mountain town with a population of about 8,000 and a long ranching history. It offers convenient access to the Shoshone and Bridger-Teton National Forest sections of the Wind River Mountains, which contain countless trout-filled rivers, streams, and lakes. Many of the streams with headwaters in the mountains find their way into the surrounding valleys and plains. These streams include fabled waters such as the Wind River, Bighorn River, Sweetwater River, and the three forks of the Popo Agie River.
In addition to fishing, there is excellent hunting for big game, and there are some opportunities for upland birds and waterfowl. In the winter, snowmobilers come from all over the country to ride the hundreds of miles of the Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail. In the summer, rock climbers come from all over the globe to climb the sheer limestone walls of Sinks Canyon State Park. There is an excellent Nordic ski center at nearby South Pass, and for the equestrian, there are several lifetimes’ worth of trails to ride. Between the National Forest in the mountains and state and federal lands in the plains, there are millions of acres of public land to explore in all directions.