Hunting ranches for sale in Wyoming provide access to private hunting land, as well as the multitude of other recreational opportunities. The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem has the most diverse compilation of big game, upland bird, and waterfowl species in all of the Rockies. The mountain ranges of the eastern part of the state provide habitat for big game to winter and summer in the peaks and valleys. The eastern part of the state provides open range grazing for big game. Wyoming Hunting Ranches for Sale that qualify for landowner tags must be a minimum of 160 connective acres with at least 2,000 hours of animal usage on the ranch. Once those requirements are met, it is ultimately up to the game warden’s discretion, and landowner tags are reissued each year. Our brokers have hunting and ranch real estate knowledge to show you the properties with the prime natural habitat for deer, antelope, elk, waterfowl and upland birds. Scope out the ideal Wyoming hunting ranch for sale, and contact one of our Brokers for a ranch tour.
The Split Rock Ranch is a vast, productive Wyoming cattle ranch for sale, strong on both production and wildlife, and steeped in western history. Located in south-central Wyoming along the Oregon Trail, the ranch spans more than 35 miles from South to North, encompassing 3 counties and running on 196,962 total acres. First and foremost […]
The Lazy Spring Ranch is situated in the shadow of the Big Horn Mountains, six miles north of Shell, Wyoming. Comprised of 295 diverse deeded acres, this Wyoming ranch for sale is a blend of lush irrigated hay fields, riparian corridor, cottonwood groves and rangeland pastures. This combination provides excellent habitat for elk, moose, mule […]
Glamping of Jackson Hole/ Long Draw Outfitters is a forest service inholding lease, offering the opportunity to run both a luxury camping/glamping experience and outfitting operation. Long Draw is set in an extremely rare location 15 miles south of Jackson Hole, Wyoming and offers drive-in/drive-out access. Glamping The summer “Safari-style” glamping operation boasts huge, 14×16′ […]
Grand Vista is perfectly located up Spring Gulch with views across protected lands at the Teton Range and Grand Teton National Park. Access via Spring Gulch Road is maintained year-round. The famous Town Square is a 10-minute drive and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is 15 minutes away, making Grand Vista the epitome of privacy and convenience.
The legacy Carney Ranch is located in the scenic, tightly-held Upper Green River valley in northwestern Wyoming. Nestled between the iconic Wind River, Gros Ventre, and Wyoming mountain ranges, this scenic property is home to classic western vistas. Rocky Mountain views are abundant, with the panoramic vista of the “Three Sisters” front and center. The ranch is 25 paved miles northwest of the Sublette County seat of Pinedale, Wyoming, and an hour and twenty-minute drive southeast from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, by paved highways. The Sublette County Airport (Wenz Field) is located approximately 33 miles from the ranch and handles most private jets on its 8,900’ runway. Commercial service is available in Jackson Hole, which is serviced daily by Delta, United, American and Frontier Airlines.
The Sixty Six is a highly productive irrigated farm located in La Grange, Wyoming, a small agricultural town in the southeastern portion of the state, just 6 miles from the Nebraska border. This Wyoming farm for sale consists of 2,506 contiguous deeded acres, of which 2045 are irrigated.
Crow Creek Ranch is located a 95-minute drive south of Jackson Hole in the Crow Creek drainage that feeds the trophy Salt River system. Consisting of 3,644 deeded acres, the contour is dynamic. The ranch headquarters are located along Crow Creek on the valley floor and include a 5 BR home, caretaker’s cabin, and storage and garage buildings.
First settled by William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody as his personal hunting retreat, Irma Lake is a stunning 492 +/- acres of wilderness which offers a recreational paradise for wild trout, Mule deer and trophy elk. Named after his daughter, Irma Lake is a dynamic property set in an area that fosters the western spirit epitomized by Buffalo Bill.
Down on Green River, 90 minutes from Jackson Hole and 25 minutes from Pinedale, is the premier Flying Heart Ranch on the Green. The property is comprised of 1,780 acres with 3½ miles of Wyoming's famous Green River.
The Rolling Thunder Ranch is located approximately one hour south of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, near the small community of Bondurant. Consisting of 3,579 deeded acres, the ranch offers a varied terrain of rock outcroppings, grassy draws, and sagebrush ridges mixed with heavy stands of aspen and conifer trees.
ocated at the south end of extraordinary Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the Udderly Grand Teton Retreat provides wide open spaces and inspiring views in every direction, including breathtaking Teton Mountain views. Ideally situated five minutes south of the resort amenities of Jackson Hole, Udderly Grand provides an ideal ranch setting close to fine dining, shopping, art galleries, museums, outdoor outfitters, and medical facilities.
This offering includes the original Puzzleface Ranch in addition to two Private Estate Parcels, totaling approximately 225 acres. The Private Estate Parcels are two separately deeded lots of 5.35 acres and 5.65 acres. These unique parcels, while subject to a conservation easement, are allowed full building allocations per county regulations.
The Mickelson Ranch consists of 4,952 deeded acres comprised of the 3,392-acre Headquarters Parcel and the 1,560-acre Johnson Ridge Parcel. Conveniently located on the outskirts of Big Piney, Wyoming, and 1 hour and 45 minutes south of Jackson Hole, the ranch has year round paved access. Approximately 4 miles of North Piney Creek flows through the ranch, which provides numerous fishing opportunities and excellent wildlife habitat with its vast willow-lined creek bottom and towering cottonwood trees. The Johnson Ridge Parcel offers excellent elk and mule deer hunting as well as summer pasture for livestock. The ranch improvements include three main homes, barns, corrals, shops, and are the focal point of the Headquarters Parcel, which is situated on a ridge that overlooks the creek and offers breathtaking views of the Wyoming Mountain Range. The ranch has historically been used as a cattle ranch and has been owned by the Mickelson family since 1928. Exceptional water rights date back to 1885, and they provide water to irrigate over 1,900 acres of hay meadows. Additionally, included are 50% of the mineral rights on the Headquarters Parcel. Bordering thousands of acres of public land, 4 miles of private fishing, excellent water rights, a substantial cattle operation with BLM and national forest grazing permits, mineral rights, and premier big game hunting, the Mickelson Ranch is an exceptional opportunity to own a historic Wyoming cattle ranch.
The Double Eagle Ranch represents one of the most attractive opportunities for a remarkable hunting and angling property on renowned trout water with direct private national forest access in the Rocky Mountain West. Situated in the heart of Star Valley, the ranch encompasses 245 secluded acres consisting of open pastures and mature stands of trees all straddling nearly ¾ mile of the Salt River. This, along with the adjoining national forest access, makes the ranch a true recreational paradise as an owner can catch trout and hunt elk only steps from the home. Extraordinary care and attention to detail were taken during the design and construction of the lodge style home of 7,620 sqft. Given the spectacular outdoor setting, the home is complimented by significant and comfortable outdoor living space. Other attributes include a charming guest cabin with a wraparound deck, a spacious 4-bay garage with workshop and a 1,300 sqft caretaker’s quarters. The ranch is offered turn-key, including high-end furnishings, ranch equipment and vehicles.
Situated 15 miles from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Trails End Ranch is a 160-acre property enclosed in the Targhee National Forest and Snake River mountain range. The property has been operating as a dude ranch and is subdivided into 20 parcels and is totally surrounded national forest lands.
The Fish Creek Road Estate is an end of the road property a short 6 mile drive North of Wilson, Wyoming. Including 49 varied acres, the property contains mature evergreen and aspen forests and open meadows with panoramic views that define Jackson Hole. To the east across the valley floor lies the iconic Sleeping Indian Mountain alongside the Gros Ventre Mountain Range. Looking westward up the Rock Springs Canyon, one can feel the steep incline of the Teton Mountain Range. Wildlife frequent the property, giving an all round Rocky Mountain west experience to an incoming owner. Privacy is plentiful at the Fish Creek Road Estate, making this offering perfect for those seeking a refuge.
The idyllic setting of Wood River Valley Ranch also provides one of the area’s most diverse wildlife-viewing environments. Bordered by state and public lands and just miles from the Washakie Wilderness, this area is home to many different species of wildlife.
Situated in the shadow of the spectacular Beartooth Mountains, Bald Peak Ranch is located in Park County, Wyoming. With easy year-round access, the ranch is 40 minutes north of the famous, historic town of Cody. As a crucial component in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Bald Peak Ranch provides habitat and critical winter range to a large variety of wildlife species. Encompassing 2,957 contiguous acres the ranch is comprised of 1,070 deeded acres, 1,247 acres of BLM grazing lease and 640 acres of state lease. With exceptional water rights, the combined acreage is ideally suited to horse or cattle operations with unlimited recreation including approximately three miles of access to the Clarks Fork River.
Located 22 miles southwest of Pinedale, Wyoming, and 1 1/2 hours from the resort town of Jackson Hole, the Green River Ranch provides the perfect balance between a premium sporting ranch and a legitimate cattle operation. The ranch boasts over 6 miles of Green River frontage as well as a beautiful riparian corridor lined with cottonwoods and willows.
Anglers and horse enthusiasts alike will adore the Why Not Ranch; it can only be described as a very special place. This hidden gem lies at the entrance to the Hoback Canyon, surrounded by majestic mountains and bordered for nearly 2/3 mile by the vastly scenic Hoback River.
The Fall River Springs, known locally as Triangle B Ranch, is located 6 miles southwest of Ashton, Idaho, in the Chester region along the banks of the Fall River. Ashton has historically been an agricultural community that has lately become a gateway community for outdoor activities in all seasons with two fly shops offering shuttle services, a grocery store, several new restaurants, and a snowmobile and ATV dealer.
It is rare for a property of this caliber to come onto the ranch market. The 860-acre Dogwood Valley Ranch boasts excellent private fly fishing for trophy brown and rainbow trout on the New Fork River, below some of the most scenic mountains in the West, all a mile from downtown Pinedale. In addition, the meticulously built custom home perfectly complements the landscape with excellent design and construction by local builders and artisans. As a productive cattle operation, this ranch currently provides a solid base for a local cattle rancher. This turn-key property is ideal for a fly fishing and waterfowl hunting retreat.
Home to most of the game species found in Wyoming and extensive populations of upland birds, Twin Creek Ranch is a paradise for the sportsman. Comprised of 4,970.19 deeded acres and 11,703 acres of leased State and BLM lands, this ranch is defined by rolling sage hills, lush spring-fed valleys and contrasting red rock outcroppings commonly found among the foothills of the Wind River Mountain Range.
The 562-acre Riffles ‘n Rises Ranch is located a short 45-minute drive south of Jackson Hole in western Wyoming's wild and scenic Lincoln County. The valley's original settlers nicknamed it "Little Switzerland" upon arriving in the late 1800s because of the lush, green valley and snow-capped peaks.
Offered for sale for the first time ever, is the historic Three Ball Ranch. Homesteaded over 117 years ago, the Three Ball Ranch has been owned and operated by four generations and has traditionally been used for livestock grazing and hay production. The ranch totals 1,848 deeded acres that include the 1,240-acre River Parcel, or main ranch, and the 608 Homestead Parcel. Approximately 4 miles of the East Fork River flows through the main ranch, and it offers direct access to the Bridger-Teton National Forest and the rugged Wind River Wilderness through the homestead parcel.
The Rim Ranch is conveniently located 25 miles northwest of Pinedale, Wyoming, and one hour south of Jackson Hole, on “the rim” of Highway 191. Pinedale is named after William Sublette, a mountain man and trapper in the area between 1820 and 1840.
Down on Green River, 90 minutes from Jackson Hole and 25 minutes from Pinedale, is the premier Riverbend 2 Ranch. The property is comprised of 1,785 acres with 3.5 miles of Wyoming's famous Green River.
Located in a desirable 3 Creek Ranch neighborhood, this beautiful, fully furnished 4,706 square foot Cabin Home located on Snowshoe Lane features gorgeous hardwood floors, high end light fixtures, and custom iron railings. Consisting of 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths, this home has 2 master bedroom suites and a bonus office/5th bedroom adjacent to downstairs ¾ bath. Teton views can be admired from throughout the home and while relaxing on the spacious back patio and 2 second floor balconies. Among other elegant details, this home has an office space and a large pond with flowing stream along the northern boundary. 3 Creek Ranch offers on site fly fishing for native cutthroat trout, a fine dining restaurant, kids' camps, Rees Jones golf course, tennis, pool amenities and a naturalist with year round activities, just 10 minutes from the historic Jackson Hole town square.
The Wind Rock Ranch is located in Fremont County, Wyoming, six miles southeast of the town of Dubois, WY. The ranch headquarters is positioned favorably on the banks of the Wind River with year round access via state highway 26/287. The resort community of Jackson Hole is approximately 90 miles to the west. Private air service is available 9 miles from the ranch at Dubois Municipal airport, while commercial air service is available at the Jackson Hole airport, which is only 82 miles away.
Consisting of 380 deeded acres, this beautiful Wyoming ranch has approximately 200 irrigated acres. It produces roughly one ton of native grass hay per acre, with the remaining balance comprised of pasture and sagebrush mixed.
The Whiskey Mountain Ranch is located in Fremont County, Wyoming, 5 miles east of the western town of Dubois. With year round access via State Highway 26/287, the ranch is situated 90 miles from the resort town of Jackson Hole. Private air travel is available 8 miles from the ranch at Dubois Municipal, while commercial air service is available at the Jackson Hole Airport 81 miles away.
A sanctuary with sweeping Teton views from floor to ceiling windows in almost every room - this 5,756 SF home, rests on 2.6 acres and 3 lots. A stream runs through it, 3 footbridges, a gazebo and a walking path tucked behind mature landscaping.
Located in Fremont County, Wyoming, the Ol’ Parker Place is seven miles from charming Dubois off Highway 26. Tucked away in its own private valley, the 1,815 acres is a combination of alpine, riparian and sagebrush buttes offering incredible fishing on the Wind River and fantastic mountain views.
The Jasperson Ranch is located in the heart of Star Valley, Wyoming, west of the town of Thayne via a year round County Road 125. The 594.9-acre ranch is comprised of low-lying riparian river ground on the eastern boundary and timber-lined alpine meadows on its western edge. The Salt River defines the eastern border of the ranch with its many braids and easy access for wade fishing. The Salt provides ample fishing opportunities along a ½ mile of riverfront for healthy populations of wild brown and cutthroat trout. Spring creeks can be found throughout the property, offering additional enhancement projects and an excellent waterfowl habitat. Approximately 172 acres are irrigated mainly by center pivot. The owner consistently harvests 90-100 bushels of Barley per acre annually which could supply additional income to an incoming owner. The Jasperson Ranch is a unique offering in a valley known for its world-class fishing and recreational amenities.
With a rich cattle ranching history, Bear Creek Ranch is a unique legacy property located along the western slope of the Big Horn Mountains in Big Horn County, Wyoming. Stretching from the base of the mountains to the Big Horn River, Bear Creek Ranch is comprised of approximately 55,000 acres. The core of the ranch includes 1,834 deeded acres surrounded by over 43,500 acres of BLM grazing lease, 2,886 acres of State lease, and approximately 6,600 acres of private grazing. Ranging from 4,000 to 6,500 feet in elevation, the ranch’s irrigated pastures, open rangelands, creeks, springs and canyons, are home to an abundance of Rocky Mountain wildlife. Bordered by over one million acres of the Big Horn National Forest, the ranch and surrounding area offer unlimited recreational opportunities, including big game, bird and varmint hunting, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, and snowmobiling. Bear Creek Ranch represents all facets of a Wyoming legacy ranch with 250 irrigated acres, senior water rights, and year-round cattle operations for approximately 300 cow/ calf pairs. All of this is within reach of commercial air service in Billings, Montana, or Cody, Wyoming. Flowing out of the mountains, Bear Creek is framed by towering cottonwood trees and provides water for wildlife, livestock and irrigation.
Located in Bondurant, Wyoming, is the Historic Dell Fork Ranch. With a population of 100 residents, this small town is the closest true ranching community to the Jackson Hole resort area. The ranch is conveniently located one mile off Highway 189/191 via one half-mile of county road and one half-mile of private ranch road. Considered one of the finest high-end resort communities in the country, Jackson Hole is a short 30 miles from the ranch. In addition to being the gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, Jackson provides everything a world-class resort community needs. Amenities include a full-service airport, state of the art medical facilities, excellent cuisine and lodging, art galleries including the National Museum of Wildlife Art, summer concerts, world-class trout fishing, rafting and one of the largest contiguous tracts of national parks, forest and wildlife management areas in the country. Teton Village is home to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, a world-class alpine ski facility with over 2,500 acres of inbound skiable terrain, which also boasts the greatest continuous rise of any ski resort in the United States with approximately 4,200 vertical feet.
The Lookout Mountain Ranch is located 15 miles northwest of Daniel Junction in Sublette County, Wyoming. The county seat of Pinedale is approximately 28 miles to the east and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is just over an hour north. This well-rounded ranch holds many of the attributes often sought by ranch buyers: proximity and access to public lands, diverse landscape with mountain views and live water on an operational and well-maintained cattle ranch. These 703 deeded acres and 160 BLM leased acres are situated against the Bridger-Teton National Forest and Wyoming Mountain Range. This offering is a turn-key operation with a beautifully constructed 5,400 sqft log home, positioned to maximize views of the pasture lands as well as the three mountain ranges that define this breathtaking area of western Wyoming. The 3 creeks that converge on this property, Dry Beaver Creek, South Beaver Creek and Buck Creek, offer 2.6 miles of private fishing for native cutthroat trout with an additional 5.25-acre pond that presents an opportunity to catch well-fed, stocked rainbow trout.
Located less than an hour from the resort community of Jackson Hole, Flat Creek Ranch is a true spring creek offering in the heart of Star Valley in Thayne, Wyoming. The ranch consists of 138 +/- acres of open meadow pastures, mature cottonwood trees, willows and open grasslands with a half mile of the Salt River bordering the property on its western boundary. Flat Creek meanders through the heart of the ranch for ¾ mile providing an intimate spring creek fishery filled with native cutthroat and a healthy population of brown trout. Improvements on the ranch include a 2,900 sqft turnkey residence and a 600 sqft log guest cabin that overlooks Flat Creek and has mountain views in every direction. With a creekside home, incredible scenery and private spring creek fishing all within close proximity to the resort town of Jackson Hole, Flat Creek Ranch is a first class offering.Flat Creek Ranch is naturally divided into two distinct parcels by an elevated bench on the eastern border of approximately 30 acres and a low lying riparian river bottom and pasture parcel on the western border encompassing 110 acres. The Salt River lies on the western edge of the hay meadows and serves as the property boundary to the ranch. The Salt flows from the south through private lands before entering the ranch, and it continues north before meeting County Road 125, or Robert’s Road Bridge, the property’s northern boundary. Large stands of mature cottonwoods, dense willows and native grasses follow the Salt’s meandering path along its western edge providing critical riparian habitat for area species and a dramatic, scenic backdrop from the main residence and entire ranch.
The Carney Farm is located approximately 30 miles from Riverton, Wyoming, and is also included in the offering. The farm contains approximately 1,781 total acres. There are 656 irrigated acres, including 573 acres under 3 irrigation pivots.
Upper Cottonwood Creek Ranch, comprised of 320 acres with a remodeled cabin, is located 90 minutes south from the town of Jackson and 45 minutes west of Pinedale along the beautiful foothills of the Wyoming Range.
The DDX Ranch is located in one of the most sought-after valleys in the West, the South Fork of the Shoshone. Comprised of 166 deeded acres with stunning mountain and river views, the ranch boasts significant river frontage on the South Fork on the eastern boundary, while the western and northern borders are US National Forest.
The Rafter Double S Ranch is the ideal solution for an incoming owner seeking a historic piece of the old West with the modern conveniences of a well-maintained ranch. The ranch encompasses a place to relax and enjoy the tranquility of the spectacular sunrises and sunsets, superb fishing within a cast of the front deck, and the rewards of working the land. Share in the company of locals at the Green River Bar in Daniel, Wyoming, which is 17 minutes down the road. As a virtual turnkey purchase, an incoming owner has little to do except drive through the ranch gate and decompress.Rafter Double S Ranch consists of 1,077 deeded acres with an additional 640 acres of state grazing lease, and is conveniently located 8 miles southwest of Daniel, Wyoming, and 1 ½ hour south of Jackson Hole. The ranch provides outstanding mountain views, wildlife, miles of trophy trout fishing in North Cottonwood Creek, a 4-bedroom, 3-bath log home, guesthouse, shop, 3 outbuilding and excellent livestock facilities. The ranch would make a great addition to a local rancher’s summer cattle grazing, hay production or calving operation, or to a recreational owner who would prefer to lease out the livestock operation, for more time to explore the banks of the creek in search of trophy trout. Included with the sale of the Rafter Double S Ranch are the appliances, furnishings and equipment, all well kept and in good condition, providing an operation ready for enjoyment.
The DuNoir Valley Ranch is a stunning 113-acre parcel located at the base of the Ramshorn Peak, just outside of Dubois, Wyoming. Tucked away in its own private valley, this alpine ranch offers incredible seclusion and fantastic views of the Wind River and Absaroka Mountain Ranges.
Stone Creek Ranch on the Salt boasts the best of the best that Rocky Mountain Western ranches have to offer. There are 3 separate trout-filled bodies of water, including ¾ mile on both sides of the Salt River and over half of a mile of national forest boundary on the ranch’s 127 acres. The ranch is located in the highly sought-after Star Valley region of Wyoming and 11 miles south of the charming western town of Afton. The quintessential western log cabins on the ranch have been meticulously maintained and the family lodge provides the perfect gathering place after a long day of activities. In addition to the family compound structures, the ranch has a horse barn and hay shed, along with an additional residence that could serve as another guesthouse or as a caretaker’s home. The ranch is located at the mouth of Gomm Creek as it leaves the stunning alpine setting of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest directly adjacent to the ranch. Hiking and equestrian trailheads lead directly from the ranch into the seemingly endless miles of trail systems within the national forest. For the trophy big game hunter, Star Valley’s public lands are known for quality mule deer and elk hunting. With its diverse landscape, an abundance of live water, forest boundary and turn-key improvements and the resort town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, at one hour and twenty minutes away, the Stone Creek Ranch is a first-class offering.
The Big Horn Meadows Ranch is located in Wyoming’s Big Horn Basin in Washakie County in the shadow of the Big Horn Mountains. The ranch lies approximately 7 miles south of the charming little cowboy town of Ten Sleep, Wyoming. This area is known for its true western heritage and lifestyle. Mixed with Native American and ranching history, Ten Sleep’s fertile soils, abundant artesian wells and various creeks, rivers and waterways provide the ideal Wyoming setting for ranching and raising livestock. Additionally, the sporting lifestyle is prevalent here. The Big Horn Meadows Ranch is accessed year round by county maintained roads leading to the ranch entrance. This property offers recreational opportunities all year long, such as hiking, camping, fly fishing, horseback riding, mountain biking, hunting, wildlife viewing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. With 392 deeded acres the ranch offers approximately 222 acres of lush hay fields, irrigated by two pivots and gated pipe. With two and a half miles of the Nowood River running through the property there is ample sub-irrigated pasture for cattle, horses, sheep and wildlife.
Established in 1932, Turpin Meadow Ranch is steeped in local history and tradition. Located at the end of the Buffalo Valley Road in Teton County, Wyoming, the ranch is a U.S. National Forest Permitted Guest Ranch. Surrounded by the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Teton Wilderness and Grand Teton National Park, the operation is permitted to operate throughout 2 million acres of continuous forest and wilderness lands.
The Huber Ranch is located in Etna, Wyoming, in the heart of beautiful Star Valley, less than an hour south of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The ranch consists of 508 deeded acres of which 500 are irrigated and in production. Huber Ranch is currently producing both grain and hay. Healthy yields of protein-rich alfalfa hay are the crop of choice in the area. The views from the ranch are fantastic, the majestic Salt River Range dominates the skyline to the East and the Webster Range is across the valley to the West. A half-mile to the west of the Huber Ranch is the trout rich Salt River, a destination fishery for area anglers. With road frontage on both US Highway 89 as well as Clark Lane, the opportunities for higher and better use in years to come is extremely viable.
The Shooting Star Ranch is located in Hoback Basin, approximately 35 miles from Jackson Hole with distinctive Gros Ventre and Wyoming Range views. These ranges offer spectacularly diverse wildlife and additionally are wonderful for recreational adventures, including hiking, horseback riding, fishing, climbing, mountain biking, kayaking, and photography.
Homestead Draw Ranch comprises 294.86 deeded acres in the foothills of the mighty Wind River Mountains just 6 miles west of the charming and friendly western town of Dubois, Wyoming and a 50 min drive from Jackson Hole through National Forest. The acreage consists primarily of rolling, native sagebrush/grassland, though a portion is dedicated to an irrigated meadow with Wind River water rights currently used to produce quality horse hay. The property also includes an aspen grove with year-round spring, and a forested mountainside. The topography, though gentle, affords spectacular views of the Absaroka Mountains—including Ramshorn Peak, a signature feature of the Dubois area—as well as the dramatic Dubois Badlands.
Located five miles from the charming mountain town of Dubois, Wyoming, this unique offering is comprised of 220 acres. Situated along Little Horse Creek, the ranch has a full set of improvements and is perfect for a corporate or family retreat, guest ranch or high-end RV park.
Beaver Creek Ranch enjoys all the amenities of small town living with the town of Greybull 20 minutes away. A town with a rich history of ranching and farming, Greybull has a population of 1,800 people with access to shopping, museums, dining and historic hotels.
The Moose Creek townhome is located in Teton Village and is ideal for hiking and wildlife lovers. The Moose Creek ski lift is out-the-front-door, and the ski runs comes right to the back door. When the snow melts, the entire side of Rendezvous Mountain is accessible for hiking and mountain biking with easy access to the bike trails that extend along the West Bank area to Wilson.
Located in Fremont County, Wyoming, Washakie Wilderness Ranch is situated at the base of Ramshorn Peak in the Wind River Mountains. Its location adjacent to the Shoshone National Forest gives this property a backyard of 2.4 million acres of contiguous national forest land available for recreation. Washakie Wilderness Ranch affords tremendous seclusion and privacy, yet is just 20 miles from the town of Dubois in the Wind River Valley.
Situated in the shadow of the spectacular 8,000-foot Heart Mountain Frenchman's Ranch is located in Park County, north of the famous historic town of Cody, Wyoming. Buffalo Bill chose the Cody area for its fertile grazing lands, mild winter climate and superb wildlife hunting.
Whispering Winds Ranch is a stunning 109-acre ranch located 12 miles north of Cody, Wyoming. With spectacular mountain views, the exquisite ranch home overlooks a stocked trout pond framed by pines and meticulous landscaping. Features include, an expansive great room, a chef-quality kitchen, beautifully appointed bedrooms, three baths, exercise room and separate casual living room, two-sided fireplace and hardwood and tile floors. Designed for a variety of equestrian activities, the large heated indoor riding arena enjoys an attached barn and large shop. The farm operations include approximately 85 acres of quality hay fields. With an abundance of wildlife including pheasants, trophy whitetail and 24-inch rainbow trout, this is an exceptional recreational ranch, equestrian facility and hay operation.
The Retreat on the Upper Green River is a 17.9-acre parcel completely surrounded by national forest, a true inholding in one of the most breathtaking valleys in the Rocky Mountains, the Upper Green River Valley. The Green River creates the western border of this spectacular property with over 1,700 feet of direct frontage only steps from the main residence offering excellent angling opportunities.
The Western Wyoming Sportsman’s Paradise boasts the best of the best that Wyoming ranches for sale have to offer: 540 private deeded acres, controlled access to public lands, exceptional elk and deer hunting on site, world class fishing nearby and endless outdoor recreational opportunities in a private ranch setting.
Rocking B Ranch is situated at the foot of the Gros Ventre Mountains in the Hoback River Valley. The ranch is located in the small western town of Bondurant, which is full of ranching heritage. With the Hoback River meandering through the ranch for onsite fly fishing and the Bridger Teton National Forest out the backdoor, the recreational possibilities are endless for the outdoor enthusiast at the Rocking B Ranch.
Located in Fremont County, Wyoming, Sawmill Lodge is ten miles from charming Dubois, off Union Pass Road. Sitting in the shadows of the Ramshorn Peak and the Shoshone National Forest, Sawmill Lodge enjoys a backyard of over three million acres of continuous BLM lands, wilderness area and national forest. The lodge encompasses 7 acres within the Warm Springs subdivision.
These 3-bedroom condos overlook the 18th green and driving range of the Teton Pines Resort. With nearly 2,000 sqft of living space, the units feature three bedroom suites, vaulted ceilings and fine appointments throughout. The location is just steps away from the Teton Pines clubhouse, pool, tennis and other amenities. In the winter, the slopes of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort are a short drive away. This is the perfect homebase for your Rocky Mountain lifestyle.
Nestled in a spectacular setting along the North Fork Highway, the 4.68-acre Wapiti Lodge is conveniently located between Cody, Wyoming, and the East Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Overlooking the Shoshone River in the heart of the Wapiti Valley, the location is optimal for a profitable lodge business. Situated on nearly a quarter mile of river frontage, this property offers direct access to world-class fishing. Completely renovated in 2011, improvements include six scenic guest suites, a guest house, cabin, bunkhouse, a lounge and the general store. With proximity to Yellowstone and nearby National Forest, this is a unique opportunity to own one of the finest lodge properties on the North Fork. The Wapiti Lodge on the Shoshone River offering is a unique opportunity to own an exceptional lodging operation in one of the most stunning locations in the country. The combination of recreation, income potential and easy access to Yellowstone National Park makes Wapiti Lodge a rare investment.
A sportsman's paradise for big game, waterfowl, and angling adventures, Tongue River Retreat is located 12 miles away from Sheridan, which was voted the “Number One Western Town in America” by TrueWest Magazine. These 140 acres offer irrigated crop and pasture lands on the southern portion and amazing views of the Bighorn Mountains to the west. Improvements on this incredibly private retreat include a custom-built 5 BR home with glassed-in porch overlooking the Tongue River, barn and storage buildings. Rainbow trout reside in the Tongue River that flows through the ranch for a 1/4 mile and two live springs are located onsite.
The 229-acre Tailwaters Ranch is located on the Bighorn River, three miles south of Thermopolis, a quaint Wyoming town known for mineral hot springs and history with Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. This ranch captures on full mile of the Bighorn River as it first flows out of the Wind River Canyon. Just out of the gorge and several fishing casts downstream of the Wedding of the Waters where the Wind River changes into the Bighorn River, this ranch offers tremendous fishing, Wild rainbow, brown and cutthroat trout all inhabit the fertile waters. Tailwaters Ranch is meant to be enjoyed with family and friends and offering a dynamic sporting lifestyle.
Anglers and horse enthusiasts alike will be drawn to the River Bend Refuge. This hidden gem lies at the entrance to the Hoback Canyon, surrounded by majestic mountains and bordered for well over a ½ mile by the scenic Hoback River. The ranch combines a comprehensive horse facility with fabulous private fly fishing and a custom-designed log home. The ranch is hidden from the road, yet 20 minutes from the famed Town Square of Jackson Hole.
Located 10 miles from Jackson Hole in the scenic Snake River Canyon, this 12-acre parcel complete with log home, offers a wonderful setting for outdoor enthusiasts. There is wild trout fishing on the creek and easy access to the famous Snake River for angling, kayaking and white water rafting. Direct access to the Bridger-Teton National Forest provides recreational opportunities including hiking, horseback riding, hunting, camping, and wildlife viewing. The 2 BR log home is nestled in the trees with the sounds of Fall Creek flowing through the front yard. The unique aspect of Fall Creek Retreat is that it is tucked into the mountains and touches public lands for freedom of endless recreation, and still the location is so near to incredible resort amenities.
Faler Creek Ranch is comprised of 91 acres, providing stunning views of the Wyoming Mountain Range and the Wind River Range. Faler Creek flows through the property for 1 mile on the meander, offering private spring creek fishing along its undercut banks, riffles and deep holes. The creek has been enhanced with two stone waterfalls creating a fantastic water feature and excellent trout habitat. The one-acre pond is stocked with cut-bow trout offering an excellent fishery for children and a great place to practice casting. A cozy two-bedroom log cabin is situated creekside where one can observe trout rising from the porch. Wildlife is plentiful with mule deer, moose and waterfowl frequently seen on the property. Enjoy a day floating the Green River; access to the Daniel boat launch is 2 miles from the ranch. Then park the drift boat by the cabin and enjoy an evening of private fishing along Faler Creek. With excellent onsite fishing and convenient access to the Green River all within close proximity to the resort community of Jackson Hole, Faler Creek Ranch is an ideal offering. There is the opportunity to build a dream home while utilizing the cabin for guests and family.
Located 30 miles southwest of Cody, Wyoming, Ishawooa Creek Retreat is in the heart of the Absaroka Mountains with easy access to the Washakie Wilderness. Adjacent to Shoshone National Forest, this 40-acre recreational property boasts excellent fly fishing. Ishawooa Creek flows directly into the South Fork of the Shoshone River, and is well known for brown and rainbow trout. Wildlife is abundant with elk, mule and whitetail deer, moose, Bighorn sheep, antelope and the occasional grizzly bear.
Located 45 minutes south of Jackson Hole, this 80-acre parcel of heavy timber and aspen mix offers spectacular views of the Wyoming Mountain Range and the Gros Ventre Mountain Range. The property borders BLM and includes a log home and guest house. Live Water Properties represented the Buyer in the sale of this parcel.
Clark Ranch on Crow Creek is located 95 minutes south of Jackson Hole in the Crow Creek drainage that feeds the trophy Salt River system. Comprised of 240 deeded acres among the foothills of the Caribou National Forest, this high alpine ranch boasts a diverse landscape varying from willow-lined creek bottoms to sage covered pasturelands with groves of conifer and aspen trees. Crow Creek enters the property from the adjacent national forest and flows through southern end for a ½ mile. There are also 3 ponds on the property with appropriate water rights. Snow and tree covered mountaintops rise abruptly from the valley floor providing exceptional views in every direction. Direct access to National Forest affords an incoming owner the opportunity to explore the many trail systems that exist for horseback riding, hunting and motorized sports. Clark Ranch on Crow Creek is a diverse ranch offering both recreational attributes and operational considerations.
Established in 1933, Crystal Creek Outfitters is one of the oldest continuously operating businesses in Jackson Hole and runs three camps in the 317,874-acre Gros Ventre Wilderness. Located 27 miles from Jackson Hole, the Base Camp lies along the Gros Ventre River and has the historic Wort/Puchi cabin onsite, Crystal Creek Camp sits at the base of Crystal Peak in a stunning meadow, while Jagg Creek Camp is a 17-mile ride from the base camp. These three camps constitute the largest areas assigned to a single outfitter in the Gros Ventre Wilderness. A unique quality of Crystal Creek is that all three camps are permitted for dual-season operations. These camps can be set up in May and used through the end of the fall. With top-quality hunting for the Big Five elk, Mule deer, Shiras moose and Bighorn Sheep, plus bear in the spring and lion in the winter, Crystal Creek Outfitters is a top-of-the-line hunting operation. Business includes all saddles, tents, tack and equipment to operate all three camps.
The Rome Hill Ranch is very unique, as it offers something special for anglers. For the fisherman, the ranch includes approximately 7 miles of meandering, private Spring Creek with populations of brown, cutthroat and brook trout. The top end of the creek flows through a large, dramatic canyon offering pocket-water fishing in between the towering walls.
Located in southwest Wyoming, the JK Ranch is a productive working ranch for sale with many desirable attributes. Its setting along the Cottonwood Creek Bench boasts expansive views of the High Uinta Mountain Range while looking over the historic Bridger Valley. Due to the topography of the area, this private setting offers seclusion from any neighbors, yet is located just a few miles from the towns of Lyman and Mountain View, Wyoming offering an array of small town amenities.
Situated in the South Fork of the Shoshone River Valley, 40 miles southwest of Cody, Wyoming, is the Flying H Ranch. Comprised of 280 diverse deeded acres, this Cody, Wyoming ranch for sale is a blend of lush irrigated hay fields, riparian corridor, aspen and cottonwood groves and rangeland pastures. This combination provides excellent habitat to the abundant wildlife, including elk, moose, mule deer, mountain lion and the occasional grizzly bear or wolf. With the quality forage the ranch qualifies for Wyoming land owner tags for deer and elk. Bordered by public Shoshone National Forest, an incoming owner will enjoy unlimited recreation, privacy and peace unrivaled by other ranches. Considered one of the best trout fisheries in Wyoming, the South Fork of the Shoshone River runs along the property for approximately two miles. To compliment the river there are three ponds on the ranch, providing excellent onsite fishing opportunities for rainbow, brook and brown trout. Naturally appealing, the irrigated meadows produce approximately 50 tons of quality grass hay annually. Year round accessibility provides the opportunity to live on this Wyoming ranch or make this a summer vacation property. Improvements include a beautiful owner’s home, guest house, managers home, bunk house, heated shop, and historic horse barn. With spectacular mountain views, abundant wildlife, recreation and end of the road seclusion, Flying H Ranch offers a western lifestyle unmatched in the Rocky Mountain region.
Along the shore of Half Moon Lake, at the base of The Wind River Mountain Range in western Wyoming, sits the Half Moon Lake Lodge. Located just 9 miles northeast of the town of Pinedale, Wyoming the lodge is also just an hour and half from the resort community of Jackson Hole, Wyoming and the world renowned Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Half Moon Lake Lodge is located on the Bridger Teton National Forest (no deeded acreage) and commercial activities are authorized by Special Use Permits and include: boating, fishing, boat rentals, rental slips, hiking, horseback riding and lodging.
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