Hot Springs County, Wyoming: Land, Ranches, Farms & more
1,580 acres Thermopolis, WY1580.00 acres 751 Red Canyon Road, Thermopolis, WY 82443- Hot Springs County
Status: Active Type: Acreage w/House 2 Beds | 1.5 Baths | 2158 SqFt
Description: Red Canyon Ranch in Thermopolis, Wyoming is an unforgettable land. The stewardship of the ranch lands is clearly of the highest caliber. The bison herd effectively utilizes the separate sire pastures and flourish at Red Canyon Ranch. The heart of the ranch is a 284 acre registered archaeological site. The guest house is next to one of the creeks, surrounded by trees. The ranch has 1580 deeded acres. The owners mineral/oil rights convey with the land. Located in the foothills of Central Wyomings Owl Creek Mountains, the property ranges from 4,700 feet in elevation to over 6,000 feet, and includes one of the most beautiful red sandstone canyons in Wyoming, as well as three spring-fed creeks and one pond. It is accessed via four m
Shirley Lehman Western Real Estate of Wyoming, Inc.
680 acres Kirby, WY680.00 acres Kirby, WY 82443- Hot Springs County
Status: Active Type: River House 1700 SqFt
The Big Horn River Ranch has fertile irrigated hay land bordering the lush riparian area along the west side of the Big Horn River The river and its riparian area is a haven for large populations of pheasants, ducks, and geese. Whitetail deer inhabit the river bottom, and mule deer winter on the sagebrush of the upper range land. The 1 miles of frontage on the Big Horn River provides unbelievable fishing for the legendary large schools of huge trout. for 1 miles. There is a small feedlot with steel pipe corrals feed bunks, and a scale. There are two homes and a 4,240 sq. ft. shop/storage metal building.
Clifton M. Berglee, DVM Montana - Wyoming West Ranch Brokerage
1,349.78 acres Meeteetse, WY1349.78 acres No Situs, Meeteetse, WY 82433- Hot Springs County
Status: Active Type: Acreage w/House
Grant's Draw is a seasonal accessible high country ranch located in northwestern Hot Springs County and southeastern Park County. With Shoshone National Forest to the southwest this property, Elk and Mule Deer thrive while offered the protection of the other adjacent large private ranches. Access is gained through the LU Ranch, while Antler Ranch borders on the west. Behind fence and locked gate, lush meadows surround Middle Creek and Left Hand Creek, both of which flow through this property. In 2009 a forest fire burnt portions of this property destroying a large amount of sage brush and cedar trees, thus there is now excellent mature grass in these areas creating exceptional high country Big Game habitat and summer grazing.The topography
Bill Vacek Hayden Outdoors