Featuring

  • 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.

Steele Creek Ranch is one of the most scenic and private mountain frontage ranches on the east slope of the Big Horn Mountains, and is comprised of approximately 1,890 deeded acres, with another 480 acres of Wyoming State lease and 200 acres BLM lease. The property features an 11,300 sq ft. custom classical designed log home and a diversity of Wyoming terrain and habitat – from rolling grasslands to red stone outcroppings and ponderosa pine forests. Steel Creek, a perennial spring fed stream, dissects the property providing year-round water for the abundance of Wyoming wildlife, including pronghorn, mule deer, elk, Merriams turkey, Hungarian partridge, sage grouse, and a variety of other non-game animals.

  • 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.
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Steele Creek Ranch

2,570 +/- acres
Wyoming
Johnson County, Buffalo

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O: 307-674-7377
C: 307-751-4958