Great hunting properties start with the location, and what better place to be than Wyoming? Wyoming ranches for sale have many advantages for buying a recreational retreat, such as:
- vast open spaces,
- tax advantages,
- and most importantly the amount of game.
Whether a buyer is seeking a private end of the road retreat to chase mule deer or a quaint cash-producing farm that is chock-full of turkeys, whitetail deer and waterfowl, Wyoming will suite your needs. The Deer Haven Ranch and the Ft. Laramie Watefowl Preserve are private parcels where the buyer nearly has a clean slate to work with and a perfect location to create a recreational sanctuary.
The Ft. Laramie Waterfowl Preserve is located within one of the most aesthetically appealing settings along the North Platte River in southeastern Wyoming. Surrounded by large farms planted with corn, towering bluffs and cottonwood-lined river frontage, this farm is truly a breath taking property that captures even the most sophisticated buyer on arrival. Complete privacy, beautiful scenery, and wildlife abound, whether you’re a wild life viewer or pursuer, this property offers many opportunities for the buyer seeking a sporting retreat.
The Deer Haven Ranch offers an end-of-the-road setting, surrounded by vast expanses of large wheat fields pinched between huge bluffs, stands of Mountain Mahogany and Skunk Brush Sumac. The property is essentially a mule deer highway, as high numbers of mule deer cross from feed to bed on a daily basis across the ranch. Adjacent land-locked public land creates additional opportunities to chase mule deer, coyotes, bob cat, antelope, and upland birds, right from your door step.
Written by Ranch Broker Jared Souza. In addition to brokering ranch real estate, Jared is an assistant ranch manager in Wheatland, Wyoming, and runs a flourishing outfitting business for both big game and waterfowl hunting. The photos within this blog are some of his photos while guiding in Wyoming this fall.