Bar Cross Ranch – Incredible Wyoming Sporting Property

January 6, 2012 by Haley Leave a reply »

A rare offering due to its size, the Bar Cross Ranch consists of 12,045 deeded acres, 1,440 acres of state lease, 15,711 of adjacent National Forest grazing allotment and 3,587 of BLM allotment, for a total of 32,783 acres. The ranch is located 12 miles northwest of Pinedale and one hour southeast of Jackson Hole with dramatic views of three mountain ranges. This sporting property borders the Bridger-Teton National Forest, BLM, and State lands that provide thousands of additional acres of recreational land. Bar Cross has been used for hay production and cattle grazing in the past. Private trophy trout fishing abounds on approximately 3 miles of the New Fork River and 7 miles of Willow Creek that flow through the ranch. A private 40-acre lake and several small ponds are stocked with large trout and are fed by natural springs. The Bar Cross Ranch also borders the scenic Willow Lake that is otherwise surrounded by National Forest lands. An incredible variety of wildlife frequents the ranch including antelope, deer, grouse and waterfowl. Improvements include a 4BR main home and another 2BR home, barns, garages, outbuildings and sheds. Offering price is $21.9M.  Other parcels offered from the Bar Cross Ranch include: Willow Creek Ranch, comprised of 7,038 acres for $13.5M; New Fork River Track, with 5,007 acres for $10.95M; Willow Creek Meadows, situated on 6,135 acres for $9.95M; Upper Willow Creek with 903 acres for $3.95M.

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