Wyoming Ranches

River Bend Refuge – Jackson Hole, Wyoming

December 5th, 2013

This hidden gem lies at the entrance to the Hoback Canyon and 20 minutes from Jackson Hole, surrounded by majestic mountains and bordered for well over a ½ mile by the scenic Hoback River. For more details on this exceptional fly fishing offering, take a look at the Wyoming ranch for sale known as the River Bend Refuge.

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Elk Hunting on the Rome Hill Ranch

October 14th, 2013

The abundant wildlife of Rome Hill Ranch adds magnificent value to the overall ranch experience. Elk hunting is tremendous with the average herd ranging from 300 to 800 elk. In 2010, it is said that a game warden counted upwards of 1,200 elk on the ranch. The genetics of the herd coupled with the prime habitat of the ranch provide the ideal situation for large bull elk. Hunting has been managed and patrolled by 2 outfitters in the past to ensure quality animals. In 2011, a heavy 7×7 bull was taken by a local high school student. Take a look at a few of these recent trophy shots and see for yourself the rewards of elk hunting on the Rome Hill Ranch» More: Elk Hunting on the Rome Hill Ranch

The Historic Dell Fork Ranch – Bondurant, WY

February 27th, 2012

This jewel of a historic ranch has everything the legendary West has to offer, including two miles of private trout-filled streams packed into its 127 acres. The Historic Dell Fork Ranch is 30 miles from Jackson Hole, which offers four golf courses, luxury dining and world-class skiing. The pioneering traditions have been preserved on the Dell Fork, including the original homesteader’s cabins, barns and bunkhouse.  They are beautifully restored while incorporating all of the modern day conveniences.  The Historic Dell Fork Ranch also boasts a newly-constructed, custom handcrafted log cabin for guests.  The ranch is located at the base of the 11,600-foot Gros Ventre Mountains and is directly adjacent to the Bridger-Teton National Forest and Wilderness areas. Hiking and equestrian trailheads lead directly from the ranch to spectacular waterfalls, hot springs and rarely fished timberline lakes.  » More: The Historic Dell Fork Ranch – Bondurant, WY

Bar Cross Ranch – Incredible Wyoming Sporting Property

January 6th, 2012

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. » More: Bar Cross Ranch – Incredible Wyoming Sporting Property

Double L Ranch Club – Star Valley, Wyoming

September 19th, 2011

Nestled between meandering bends of the Salt River and the rustling aspens, the Double L Ranch affords the most discerning buyers an opportunity to enjoy a true Western paradise that has been carefully planned from the big picture sporting amenities down to the custom details. This picturesque setting gives a limited number of individuals the chance to design an inimitable home meticulously created by one the country’s most well-known custom builders – Lance Mortensen – while enjoying the incredible amenities provided by the western landscape and private sporting club. The 400-acre Double L Ranch Club is located a short 45-minute drive south of Jackson Hole in western Wyoming’s wild and scenic Lincoln County. » More: Double L Ranch Club – Star Valley, Wyoming

SOLD! Little Horse Creek Retreat – Dubois, Wyoming

December 28th, 2010

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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.  Improvements on the ranch include a guest lodge complete with dining room, commercial kitchen, saloon and library and one and two bedroom cabins that accommodate a total of 24 guests.   In addition, the property boasts two houses perfect for employees, an office, barn, two heated shops and several outbuildings.  Little Horse Creek Retreat enjoys stunning views as it sits in the shadows of the Absaroka and Wind River Mountain Ranges.  » More: SOLD! Little Horse Creek Retreat – Dubois, Wyoming

Wind River Fishing in Thermopolis, WY

December 14th, 2010

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John Merritt of Live Water Properties took off with a few friends to get one last fishing adventure in before winter. They headed for the tailwaters of Freemont County, looking for aggressive trout.  The weather was challenging, however they managed to catch a few trophy fish. » More: Wind River Fishing in Thermopolis, WY

Sawmill Lodge: Wyoming Turnkey Operation For Sale!

November 8th, 2010

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Situated on 7 acres in the Warm Springs Mountain Subdivision in Fremont County, Wyoming, the Sawmill Lodge provides stunning views of the Absaroka Mountain Range and Ramshorn Peak.  Located 10 miles from the western community of Dubois and 4 miles off Highway 26, year-round access is provided by the county maintained Union Pass Road.  With direct access to the famed Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail, the Sawmill Lodge has been a favorite of snowmobilers for years.  “A touch of class on Union Pass” is the slogan used by the Sawmill Lodge to denote its operating demeanor.  » More: Sawmill Lodge: Wyoming Turnkey Operation For Sale!

Bighorn Sheep Hunt

October 18th, 2010

By: Terry Fieseler sheep-hunt2

The hunt started on August 15th with the opening of archery season, when I hunted with my longbow.   It was very hard to find rams in an area that I would have the chance to make a stalk.  The terrain was so steep and rugged with cliffs and rock slides.  At an elevation of 10,000 feet plus, it is extremely hard to get within my 20 – 25 yard range to take a a shot.  I was able to stalk 3 rams one day and closed the distance to 100 yards before the rams winded me and the stalk was over.  I had been climbing for over 7 hours at this point, sometimes using both hands and my bow just to stay on the cliff face… » More: Bighorn Sheep Hunt

Wyoming Voted One of the Top 5 States to Build Your Nest Egg

October 4th, 2010

tetons-and-elkFrom MSN.com

For Americans saving for retirement, Wyoming’s loose tax code has helped propel it to the front of the pack.

Notably, residents don’t pay state taxes on wages or capital gains. Both of these exemptions allow workers to save noticeably more of their earnings. What’s more, even before the tax breaks, Wyoming residents have well-above-average incomes. For 2010, the state’s average per capita income is estimated at $45,584. Only five states and the District of Columbia have higher incomes.  Read the rest of the article HERE.  To view Wyoming properties for sale, click here.