The ranch has ample improvements but is not over-improved. The Fishing Lodge parcel includes a beautiful 1,800 sq. ft. log home with 2 bedrooms that sits right on the Little Laramie River. There is an original homestead 300 sq ft cabin that is now used as the Fish House on Boomers Pond and a great place to have a cocktail and entertain or relax and drown a worm. There is also a guest cottage next to the main lodge with two guest rooms, two bathrooms, storage room and garage. There is a brick ranch-style Managers House with 2,200 square feet, three bedrooms, three bathrooms, Quonset shop 37×100, large metal barn, calving shed and numerous loafing sheds and a great set of working corrals.
The Homestead Barn is western nostalgia at its best! Photographers have traveled from all over to take pictures of the remodeled original barn.
The climate for the ranch benefits from its northern latitude and mountainous location, with the area receiving ample moisture in the winter and spring months. Summers and Fall are typically drier until winter sets in and colder temperatures and snowfall are prevalent.
The ranch elevation is approximately 7,200 feet.
The area is set in the Little Laramie Valley and the spring, summer, and falls are gorgeous and you will be a short 10 minute drive to the Snowy Range & Medicine Bow Mountains where you can hike and have access to many trails and a gorgeous mountain range. In the winter time you are a short 20 minute drive to the first class Snowy Range Ski Resort. As well, the Snowy Range Mountains are renowned for hundreds of miles of snowmobile trails.
Laramie is a vibrant and growing town and home of the University of Wyoming. Laramie provides all major services from shopping, dining, transportation, medical facilities and more. The population is 28,000. It is a short 2.5 hour drive to Denver, Colorado. Laramie also has a large airport that can facilitate large aircraft.