Ox Wagon Trail - Wyoming
Ox Wagon Trail Ranch - Beulah, Wyoming
480 acres - Price Reduced to $792,000
A rare land offering in the scenic hills north of Beulah, Wyoming right in the heart of recreation country between the Bear Lodge Mountains and a wide expanse of the Black Hills. A totally private setting yet only 3 miles from Beulah and a 20-minute drive from Spearfish, South Dakota. This 480 acre ranch borders State land and offers diverse topography, seclusion, wildlife and expansive views.
The landscape includes oak draws, timbered hills, a canyon with colorful rock ledges, high open meadows, wide vistas, a couple reservoirs and panoramic views of the Black Hills. Several draws run in varying directions across the property, with some of them leading to open valleys and others to steep rugged hills and high plateaus. A pretty canyon runs through the property with amazing rock formations lining the canyon rim. Pine, cedar and bur oak line the hillsides. The elevation ranges from 3,900 feet in the upper meadows to 3,600 feet in the valleys. The property presents amazing views in all directions, with such notable Black Hills landmarks as Crow Peak, the Redwater Creek Valley, Sugarloaf Mountain and Warren Peak visible on the horizon. There are a variety of cabin or home sites on the ranch with privacy, views and southern exposure.
The Seller also owns the adjoining 1,000 acres and is willing to talk about the possibility of trading hunting rights to this other private property for livestock grazing. In addition the Seller might be willing to trade access to flying fishing on the nearby Redwater Creek.
Northeastern Wyoming and the Black Hills offer fantastic year round recreation. The area is home to numerous species of wildlife including elk, deer, turkeys, fox, coyote, mountain lion, bobcat, eagles, and hawks. The land is in Elk Hunt Area 129, which is currently a general license area and Deer Hunt Area 2. The ranchÃ¯Â¿Â½s south boundary is adjacent to State Land and access to hundreds of thousands of acres Black Hills National Forest is within 20-30 minutes of the property. Blue ribbon trout fishing is just a 20-minute drive from the ranch at Sand Creek, which is labeled a class 1 fishery.
The entire region is rich in history. The ranch still shows the visible ruts of the narrow oxen wagons that traveled across the property hauling coal to Deadwood. Nearby Beulah, at the convergence of Sand Creek and Redwater Creek, is the oldest town in Crook County. Other sites include The Historic Lodge at Ranch A, the Vore Buffalo Jump, Devils Tower, Keyhole State Park, Cook Lake and Spearfish Canyon.
The Ox Wagon Trail Ranch is unique due to the location in the highly preferred territory near Beulah, and size of the property, which is hard to find in this area. The land has all of the characteristics of an exceptional western recreational and investment property. $792,000. Visit www.eRanches.com for more info or call listing broker, Jim Pederson at Arnold Realty, Inc. 307-746-2083.
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