Goose Roost Farm
Just 3 miles south of Greybull, Wyoming, the 200-acre Goose Roost Farm is a productive working property situated along the Bighorn River. Offers good water rights, nice improvements and a pond.
- Improvements consist of a 1,188 sq. ft. home with a covered front porch, and 1,200 sq. ft. shop attached to the back of the house. Both built in 1998.
- Abundant recreational opportunities include fishing/boating in the Bighorn River, excellent hunting for mule deer, waterfowl, upland birds, and other small game. The 2.5 acre pond could be stocked with fish as well.
- Approximately 100 miles from the east gate to Yellowstone National Park, and 30 miles from the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area.
- 149.6 acres of adjudicated water rights
- Located approximately 3 miles southeast of Greybull, WY, 17 miles west of Shell, WY, and 53 miles from Cody, WY.
- Several medical service providers are located in Big Horn County, and the Yellowstone Regional Airport is less than an hour away in Cody with daily commercial flights to and from Denver, CO Salt Lake City, UT, and Chicago, IL.
Just 3 miles south of Greybull, Wyoming, the 200-acre Goose Roost Farm is a productive working property situated along the Bighorn River. The farm is equipped with small home with adjoining shop, 2.5 acre pond, and 149.6 acres of adjudicated water rights.
Just 3 miles south of Greybull, WY, the 200 acre Goose Roost Farm is a productive working property situated along the Bighorn River.
This area receives approximately 7 inches of rainfall per year and averages 13 inches of snowfall. There are generally 206 sunny days per year and high temperatures range from 88 degrees in July to 40 degrees in January.
Greybull, WY is a quaint agricultural town at the confluence of the Big Horn and Greybull Rivers in the shadows of the Big Horn Mountains. The town offers all the amenities one would need including medical services, restaurants, and lodging. It has a rich history with aerial firefighting, and is home to the Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting. Here visitors can see some of the last remaining examples of WWII’s mighty bombers and restored and retired transport aircraft and aerial firefighting planes. Also just down the road is the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite, and the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area.
The Bighorn River and Bighorn Reservoir are popular among anglers, and walleye fishermen in particular.
- The farm and surrounding area provides valuable habitat for many game species including elk, mule deer, antelope, waterfowl, upland game birds, and a variety of other small game.
- An abundance of BLM land adjoining the farm offers plenty of room for hunters to explore.
- The abundance of public land in the area, including the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, provides numerous recreational opportunities including hiking/biking trails, marinas, boat ramps and camp sites to name a few.
- Several Native American pictographs can be seen on the BLM land that adjoins the property.
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