People choose a real estate investment in Wyoming ranch property for a wide variety of reasons, but a common trait among many such investors is a love of the outdoors. This makes sense, considering the vast amount of outdoor recreation opportunities nearby. Hiking, fishing, hunting, offroading, skiing, and more can all be found right outside your door or at most a short drive away.
Our Wyoming ranchland property is in a perfect spot for those who enjoy hunting wild game. Elk and mule deer are abundant here, but you might also decide to hunt for pronghorn antelope, moose, and even bighorn sheep.
Applying for a hunting license is fairly straightforward and can even be done online. Of course, the odds of getting a tag will depend on what you’d like to hunt—there are limited tags available for some species like bighorn sheep—but as long as you’ve completed a valid Hunter Safety course, getting your license shouldn’t be a challenge.
If you love to fish, you won’t even need to leave this Wyoming ranch to catch your dinner. Many of our lots are right on the edge of Lake Hattie where you can catch several species of trout as well as perch and Kokanee salmon.
Fishing opportunities aren’t limited to this bit of Wyoming real estate, though. There are many great fishing spots nearby, such as the “Miracle Mile” on the North Platte River, or the Gray Reef section of the North Platte—a spot renowned for trophy rainbow trout. And the Snowy Range has over 100 lakes, many of which are great for fishing—particularly if you’re an adventurous type who doesn’t mind getting off the beaten path.
Are you the type of person who sees a clean 4x4 as one in need of some dirt? Wyoming has over 600 miles of ORV trails, including many in Medicine Bow National Forest—about an hour’s drive from your Laramie ranch property. Whether you’re looking for easy dirt roads for a scenic backcountry drive, or challenging trails that will test your skills, you’ll find it here.
Outdoor life is one of the great appeals of owning real estate in Wyoming. However you prefer to enjoy nature, you’ll find ample opportunity all around your ranch property. If you’re ready to learn more about owning Wyoming ranch property, click here or just give us a call today at 877.470.1725— we’re looking forward to showing you around.