Nice 1.01 acres in Tuttle Bridge Creek Schools, 4 bed, 2 bath, plus office, 3 car, Storm cellar, great views of pond and trees, 2157 sq ft RV parking with 50 amp electrical and clean out. Tree house with hammock and slide with sand box. Open kitchen and living has granite...
NE TX Cattle & Horse Ranch, runs 500 cows, 4BR/5 Bath home.
1698 +/- ACRES N.E. Texas Cattle and Horse Ranch. Will run 500 cows & calves and produces all the hay you need.
Price Reduced to: $ 3,200 per acre
Animal Units: Runs 500 cows and calves.
Hill Country estate in the desirable and private River Bend Subdivision. Hill Country designed 2 story home with over 4,800 sq ft living area. Master bedroom has 3 walk-in closets, fireplace and a bathroom with jacuzzi tub and walk-in shower. 3 BR each with ensuite baths. Hi...
Rocky Mountain states like Wyoming afford epic hunting and fishing opportunities on both public and private hunting preserves, as well as along innumerable streams and rivers. Recent Lands of America data showed the average price of hunting land for sale in Crook County ($5 million) was four percent greater than the statewide average for Wyoming hunting land for sale. The average size of hunting land for sale in Crook County (2,132 acres) was less, however, than the state average for Wyoming hunting land for sale. Browse all Crook County hunting land for sale on Lands of America to find the hunting acreage that suits your hunting and outdoor-recreation interests, whether you're an individual looking to invest in hunting land for future use or commercial operation looking for land on which to build your hunting business.
Land for sale including Hunting Land in Crook County Wyoming
Located in Crook County, Wyoming, just 16 miles west of Sundance on US Highway 14 at mile marker 185 and only 10 miles from Devils Tower National Monument, our nations first national monument, The Roost, consists of 12 acreage tracts of 35 acres or larger. These tracts are ideal recreational properties or cabin sites. All tracts are heavily timbered in ponderosa pines and burr oak with small grassy meadows.
Two of the tracts border a parcel of Black Hills National Forest land that has no other road access, and provides for additional hunting and recreation pursuits.
The area is steeped in history beginning with General Custer's expedition into the Sioux Treaty Lands of the Black Hills where gold was discovered reigniting the Sioux Ind
Ethel RabelPronghorn Development
$2,900,0002,560 acresOshoto, WY82721 - Crook County
WEST RANCH Oshoto, Crook County, Wyoming: Located approximately 28 miles north of Moorcroft, Wyoming and 26 miles west of Hulett, Wyoming on the west edge of the Black Hills, the West Ranch offers a unique balance of productive grazing and hay ground with picturesque pine tree and oak tree-covered hills and draws. Situated just west of the Missouri Buttes, this 2,560 acre ranch is owner-rated at 110 head of mother cows with a sufficient number of bulls, replacement heifers and saddle horses with no additional feed. In addition to the livestock operation, there is exceptional mule deer, whitetail deer and antelope hunting on the ranch. Improvements on the ranch feature a four bedroom mobile home, a new 40x64 pole barn shop with a full co
Cory ClarkClark & Associates Land Brokers
$1,200,000629 acres1449, Hulett, WY82720 - Crook County
Wallace Draw - Hulett, Wyoming
1,439 acres - $1,200,000
Secluded ranch set in the scenic foothills northwest of Hulett. The ranch consists of 1,439 total acres, which includes 629 deeded acres, 640 acres of State Lease and 170 acre BLM Grazing Permit.
There is a cow camp with a water well, electricity, mobile home hookup, a shop building and a set of working corrals with loading chute and trailer alley. There are a variety of cabin sites available through the ranch with southern exposure and sweeping views of the surrounding countryside. Other water resources on the deeded land include five reservoirs and an intermittent creek.
The property has a rugged and picturesque landscape offering awesome views and privacy. A high plateau
Jim PedersonArnold Realty, Inc.
$389,000154 acresTBD Kara Circle, Sundance, WY82729 - Crook County
Douglas Canyon - Sundance, Wyoming
154 acres - $389,000
Private country setting southwest of Sundance. 154 acres which is adjacent to two isolated parcels of BLM land. A foothills setting west of the Black Hills with terrain offering a picturesque mixture of timbered ridges, rimrock ledges, open meadows, high plateaus with outstanding views, and secluded draws. The property has several scenic settings for a home or cabin. The land overlooks the Inyan Kara Creek and the Mason Creek Valleys, with a long-range view of Inyan Kara Mountain from the ridge. Hike the hills or discover the landscape on ATV, horseback or mountain bike. No covenants. A remote setting with varied topography and long range views. $389,000. Also offered in two separa
Jim PedersonArnold Realty, Inc.
$285,00080 acresTBD Middlefork Rd, Hulett, WY82720 - Crook County
Elk Trail - Crook County, Wyoming
80 acres - $285,000
80 acres in the heart of big game country bordering Black Hills National Forest on two sides. This isolated mountain top setting has amazing views, abundant wildlife cover, and beautiful scenery. This end of the road setting is a favorite hideout for elk and deer. The property is situated in a secluded spot high on a mountaintop with incredible views of the Bear Lodge Mountains. The notable landmarks of Devils Tower and the Missouri Buttes are visible on the western horizon. The terrain includes rugged hills, pretty mountain meadows and tablelands that are covered with ponderosa pine timber, bur oak trees and quaking aspen. There is a newer 16 x 16 open front lean to on the property
Jim PedersonArnold Realty, Inc.
$165,00035.36 acresSundance, WY82729 - Crook County
35+ acre pparcel located in the Black Hills in Wyoming between Devil's Tower and Keyhole Reservoir. The residential lot straddles an incredibly scenic ridge at the very end of the R Ranch property. The ridge would make an incredible building site surrounded by timber and wildlife. A seasonal stream runs through the eastern part of the property and timbered meadows and draws lie to the west. Power is near both corners and the gravel driveway is maintained by the R Ranch homeowner association.