Squaw Park Ranch
Located within one of Wyoming's most desirable elk areas, this mountain property is a complete sportsman’s package with impeccable hunting for trophy mule deer and elk, as well as incredible fishing.
- Located within 2.5 hrs. of Denver, Colorado and about 15 miles southwest of Wheatland, Wyoming and I-25
- Excellent end-of-the-road access with complete privacy, public land adjacency, hunting, and fishing
- Within Elk Area 7 and qualifying for 2 landowner tags
- Hunting includes trophy elk, deer, and upland game
- 1,200 total acres backing up to several thousands of acres of land-locked BLM lands
Located within the Laramie Mountain Range and perched near the top of the north slope of Squaw Mountain, one of Wyoming’s most desirable elk areas, lies Squaw Park Ranch. 15 miles southwest of Wheatland, Wyoming and 2.5 hours from Denver, this 1200-acre mountain property is a complete sportsman’s package with impeccable hunting for trophy mule deer and elk, as well as incredible fishing. Substantial investments have been made for habitat enhancements and several fishery projects throughout the ranch, including 3 year-round fishing ponds with aeration systems, and 2 other ongoing fishery projects. The property offers a nice 800 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 1 bath, off-the-grid cabin, complete with a 900-foot grass landing strip for easy access throughout the year.
The Squaw Park Ranch is rolling to rough terrain creating a very diverse biological landscape within a beautiful mountain setting, containing several recreational attributes and scenic beauty in every direction. The property is positioned near the top of the iconic Squaw Mountain, creating a big game sanctuary dotted with dramatic rock outcroppings, heavy timber, mountain meadows, and lush mountain parks.
Located within 2.5 hrs. of Denver, Colorado, and about 15 miles southwest of Wheatland, Wyoming and I-25.
- Rainfall: 14 inches
- Snowfall: 48 inches
- 224 sunny days a year
- Average Temp in July: 80°
- Average Temp in January: 43°
Squaw Park Ranch provides a diverse landscape in an incredibly picturesque area with lots of big game and other wildlife, creating excellent hunting opportunities for elk and deer within the property itself. Squaw Park has all of the elements a recreational ranch buyer looks for and is normally very hard to find in a property of this size, excellent hunting, complete privacy, fishing, and public land adjacency.
The ranch is within a premier portion of the famed Elk Area 7, and qualifies for Landowner tags for elk and deer. This property is capable of producing and being home to trophy quality animals of both species.
The one element that was absent when the current owner purchased the property was a fishing component. The current owner has spent a great deal of time and money creating viable fisheries within the ranch, and also paving the way for future owners to expand and enhance the current fisheries.
Today, the property offers three year-round fishing ponds, with solar aerator systems, as well as two large ongoing fishery projects, making this property an incredibly well-rounded recreational paradise.
Squaw Park Ranch is a spectacular mountain property full of big game and aesthetic value. This 1,200-acre offering is a true sportsman’s paradise, surrounded by incredible views of adjacent mountain ranges and the Muleshoe Flats located directly below the property. Located within minutes of Wheatland, the ranch has great access for a mountain property positioned like Squaw Park Ranch.