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Encampment River Ranch
Encampment, Wyoming(Carbon County)
The ranch has an incredible recreational resource in the form of nearly 1-mile of the Encampment River and various pond/oxbow aquatic features. The Encampment River is a world-renown wild trout fishery in the region, with blue ribbon designation, ranking in the top 3% of all of Wyoming waters.
The ranch is located within a recreational hub, known for great big-game hunting, winter recreational sports, hiking, biking, and world-class fly fishing, including the Encampment River and nearby North Platte River.
The ranch has natural beauty with a natural cottonwood riparian forest and lush native grassland meadows, all at the base of the stunning Sierra Madre mountain range.
Near the exclusive and world-renowned Old Baldy Club, Brush Creek Ranch, and A Bar A Guest Ranch.
Significant stream improvement projects have been completed on the property through a collaboration and cost-sharing initiative with Trout Unlimited.
Comprised of approximately 3,696 total acres (2,338 deeded; 720 BLM; 638 State of Montana)
Extraordinary trophy big-game hunting for trophy elk, mule deer, and white-tailed deer with several record class animals, including the famed “Phantom Bull”
1 mile of the Tongue River which provides endless fishing opportunities for rainbow trout, walleye, bass, crappie, perch, and northern pike, as well as excellent waterfowl hunting through the fall and early winter season
A well maintained 2,700 sq. ft. custom log home, and several historic yet functional cabins, a horse barn, and a shop
Great water rights capable of irrigating approximately 95 acres, and owner rated at 100-150 animals units
Close proximity to the historic western town of Sheridan, Wyoming, providing commercial air service, fine dining, shopping, arts, and medical facilities
Robinson Canyon Ranch is located approximately 25 miles southwest of Buffalo, Wyoming, at the base of the Bighorn Mountains. The ranch is approximately 3,664 total acres (1,904 deeded; 1,280 BLM lease; 480 State lease), with private access to thousands of acres of public lands for hunting, fishing, and other recreational opportunities. The ranch is situated at 5,200 feet, with towering canyon walls and slopes extending up to over 7,000 feet.
Robinson Canyon Ranch offers a rare opportunity to experience Wyoming big-game hunting and wild trout stream fishing at its finest.
Robinson Canyon Ranch is truly an incredible end-of-the road ranch/retreat, with towering Wyoming vistas, seclusion, and world-class hunting and fishing opportunities.
RFMC is located in the high country of the Bighorn Mountain range in north-central Wyoming. The ranch property is comprised of lush mountain meadows, pine and aspen covered ridges, and a picturesque mountain stream. RFMC is a special get-away property for the recreational enthusiast looking for great hunting, fishing, and a multitude of other outdoor activities.
The RFMC has a small two-room cabin, suitable for a hunting/fishing camp, or cow camp.
RFMC supports outstanding opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast, including big-game hunting, upland bird hunting for blue grouse and sage grouse, fishing for wild trout on productive Wyoming mountain streams, horseback riding, hiking, snowmobiling, ATV riding, wildlife viewing, photography, etc.
The RFMC is a great summer pasture, and has recently been leased for cattle grazing during the summer months. The ranch is divided into two well watered and productive pastures that have good fencing.
The ranch is situated along the slope of the Big Horn Mountains, near the Horn, which is a prominent Wyoming geologic feature of the mountain range. Here, big-game hunting is world renown for producing trophy caliber elk, mule deer, and pronghorn. The ranch is secluded and private, yet only 30 minutes from Buffalo, Wyoming via well maintained county roads and U.S. highways.
Historically, the ranch operated as a purebred cattle operation, supporting up to 150 animal units. Currently the ranch is leasing out the grazing rights for summer cattle use.
This Wyoming ranch is cross-fenced into approximately 6 interior pastures, mainly high tinsel electric, with water available via springs, Steel Creek, or stock reservoirs. The exterior fences are in good condition and are generally standard bard wire construction.