Seminoe Mountain Ranch
Located near the shores of Seminoe Reservoir and the North Platte River and at the base of the Seminoe Mountains lies this 1,441 deeded acre (7,401 leased) recreational haven. Once operated as an exclusive guest ranch, the Seminoe Mountain ranch lies in a scenic basin with impeccable improvements situated at the base of the mountains along Lost Creek. Just over an hour hour drive from Casper, Wyoming and south of Alcova the ranch is situated in the recreational heartland of Wyoming.
- Located within coveted trophy elk and mule deer hunting units with the current owner receiving two landowner tags for each species.
- The property is also just minutes from the famed Miracle Mile and Grey Reef portions of the North Platte River, as well as Seminoe and Pathfinder Reservoirs offering some the best fly-fishing in the state.
- Comprised of nearly 9,000 total acres, 1,441 deeded acres, 6,920 acres BLM lease, and 481 acres of State lease.
- Given the ranch’s strategic location it offers almost exclusive hunting on the surrounding public lands.
- The Seminoe Mountain Ranch offers an incredibly diverse setting with lake frontage along Seminoe Reservoir along the western boundary of one of its BLM’s grazing permits.
- The ranch is situated in a stunning setting surrounded by the Shirley Mountains to the east, Elk Mountain to the south, and Seminoe and Ferris Mountains to the west. The diverse terrain consists of creek bottoms, rock out croppings, timbered hillsides, rolling grasslands, and shoreline.
Located near the shores of Seminoe Reservoir and the North Platte River and at the base of the Seminoe Mountains lies this 1,441 deeded acre (7,401 leased) recreational haven. Once operated as an exclusive guest ranch, the Seminoe Mountain ranch lies in a scenic basin with impeccable improvements situated at the base of the mountains along Lost Creek. Just over an hour drive from Casper, Wyoming and south of Alcova the ranch is situated in the recreational heartland of Wyoming.
It is located in coveted trophy elk and mule deer units with the current owner receiving two landowner tags for each of these species. Given the ranch’s strategic location it offers practically exclusive hunting on the surrounding public lands. The property is also just minutes from the famed Miracle Mile portion of the North Platte River linking Seminoe and Pathfinder Reservoirs and offering some of the best fly-fishing in the state.
Seminoe Mountain Ranch is a 9,000 acre private recreational ranch with one of the most diverse landscapes in central Wyoming. Large blocks of public land surround Seminoe Mountain Ranch. These areas have very limited pressure from the outside because they are surrounded by private land in several areas. Just 1.5 hours from Casper, the second largest city in Wyoming, the ranch has easy access to all city amenities and has direct air service from Casper International Airport to Denver and Salt Lake City.
The Seminoe Mountain Ranch improvements are as grand as the surrounding landscapes, consisting of 4,564-sqft main residence, 960 sqft cabin, restored 1850 sqft homestead cabin and a large shop and tack shed. The improvements are very capable of supporting guests or large family events with room to accommodate up to 12 guests.
Adventures abound in this Wyoming sport haven. Seminoe Mountain Ranch has endless recreational opportunities including fly-fishing, hunting, biking, and horseback riding.
The Seminoe Mountain Ranch and surrounding area offer many summer time activities. Once the daily ranch chores are finished, one can enjoy a lake shore horseback ride, water skiing, fishing, or hike one of the many mountain trails in the region
Seminoe Mountain Ranch is completely surrounded by fishing opportunities, whether it be from the shore, drift boat, or motorboat and all are accessible within minutes from the ranch.
Just 15 minutes from the ranch headquarters is the blue ribbon segment of the North Platte River known as the Miracle Mile. This is a seven mile long tail water section of the North Platte situated between the Seminoe and Pathfinder Reservoirs. This section provides some of the best wade fishing and float–fishing for trophy rainbow, brown, and cut-throat trout in Wyoming
Seminoe Reservoir, stocked by the Wyoming Game and Fish, is a 20,000-acre lake that provides great boating and fishing for walleye and trout throughout the year. Seminoe Mountain Ranch has lake frontage on the western boundary of its BLM allotment. Public access is limited in this area which creates a nearly-private setting to fish and experience the surrounding landscape.
The surrounding mountains have an abundance of fishing opportunities just a short trek away. Whether looking for walleyes, wade fishing for mountain brookies, or drifting after browns, Seminoe Mountain Ranch is a fisherman’s paradise.
Seminoe Mountain Ranch has great hunting opportunities for several species of big game that call central Wyoming home.
The Ranch is located in Elk Area 16 where trophy quality bulls are consistently taken and is considered a top area in the state. Elk numbers are plentiful and the landowners of the Seminoe Mountain Ranch can take advantage of this accessibility annually with two landowner tags per year.
Mule Deer and Antelope
Mule deer and antelope utilize the ranch meadows and the rough country surrounding the ranch and provide ample opportunities to view, or harvest either of these species. The ranch qualifies for 2 landowner tags for mule deer and antelope each season.
Big Horn Sheep
Wyoming Game and Fish has been working diligently to reintroduce Big Horn Sheep to the area around Seminoe Reservoir.
The ranch is located within a core sage grouse area. There are multiple sites on the property that provide valuable habitat for the greater sage grouse, and ideal habitat for other upland birds and waterfowl.
The ranch was once operated as an exclusive guest ranch and has impeccable improvements and recreational opportunities. The ranch is capable of supporting 220 to 250 pairs through the growing season.
The water rights on the Seminoe Mountain Ranch are very early water rights supplied by Lost Creek, a small tributary of the North Platte River. The water rights irrigate nearly 102 acres of irrigation rights within Little Basin near the ranch headquarters. Domestic water is provided by two different wells supplying the homes and agricultural facilities.