Riverfront Sale! 2.1 acres with frontage on the Elk River AND bordering Pisgah National Forest for ONLY $44,900! Other properties include barniminium bordering a mountain creek and large acreage up to 67 acres in size!
100+ Acres of gentle rolling Post oak pastures with Hill Country views and 290 East Highway frontage, only 10 minutes to downtown Fredericksburg. Unending developmental potential - gated community, retail, winery, or create a one-of-a-kind ranch estate with Hill Country impr...
Nice residential lot in Trona, California, located a short drive from Ridgecrest. The lot is close to a paved road near existing homes. Great views of mountains in every direction! Great for investment. Seller financing is available! APN is 0486-183-12-0000.
Located in the beautiful Hudson Valley, just 7 miles off the NY State Thruway. This old farm is only 18 miles south of Albany and less than 2 hours from the GW Bridge, these properties are priced at 50% BELOW MARKET. The completely wooded parcel has the most amazing building...
Rocky Mountain states like Idaho 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 Teton County ($3 million) was greater than the statewide average for Idaho hunting land for sale. The average size of hunting land for sale in Teton County (447 acres) was less, however, than the state average for Idaho hunting land for sale. Common game species to be found on hunting land for sale in Teton County include ducks, elk, geese, moose and mule deer. Fish species include bass, pike and trout. Browse all Teton 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 expand your hunting business.
Land for sale including Hunting Land in Teton County Idaho
The Teton Darby Ranch is the combination of two adjacent ranches, Double Creek Ranch and Broken Bar W Ranch, totaling 302 deeded acres. These ranches are being offered together as they share a common border and function well as one unit. Together the acreage highlights include a mile of Teton River frontage on the western boundary, 2,400 feet of Darby Creek on the southern boundary and over 1.5 miles of Dick Creek running through the ranch. The acreage itself is a combination of irrigated meadows, mature aspen groves trees and the riparian zones of Teton River, Dick Creek and Darby Creek. The open meadows feature fantastic 360-degree views that include the Teton Range to the East and the Big Hole Range to the West, Mount Taylor dominates t
Located in the heart of Teton Valley, Feather n Fly Ranch is a sportsmans paradise offering over 1 mile of private spring creek fishing, a 2.3 acre stocked trout pond and first class waterfowl and deer hunting onsite. This property represents a turn-key western ranch in a setting with big mountain views in all directions, as well as convenient access to resort amenities, including some of the best skiing in the country, and charming mountain town lifestyle. This is the ideal ranch for those in search of a year round family and sporting retreat in one the Wests most scenic and desirable valleys.
The Double Creek Ranch is a beautiful 162-acre property ideally located between Victor and Driggs in the magnificent Teton Valley of Idaho. With diverse land characteristics featuring open meadows, dense aspen groves, and two streams flowing through the ranch, it offers the feeling of seclusion with convenient proximity to the recreational and cultural activities of Teton Valley and Jackson Hole. With an historic barn, existing paddock area and fencing, the property is ready for the equestrian. This stunning Teton Valley ranch is surrounded by hundreds of acres of conservation easement property protected from development and is a prime candidate for a conservation easement having been identified as a high priority parcel by the Teton Region
The Broken Bar W Ranch is located in Driggs, Idaho, the county seat of Teton County. Driggs offers amenities including restaurants, grocery stores, shopping, golf, private air service, and access to downhill skiing at Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort. The resort town of Jackson Hole lies 35 minutes to the east and offers commercial air service and endless all season recreation and countless cultural amenities. The Broken Bar W Ranch is 140 deeded acres, which are comprised mainly of meadow with riparian areas along the river. Dick Creek meanders on and off the property for mile along with mile of the Teton River. Trophy-size cutthroat trout and rainbow trout as well as the occasional brook trout inhabit this famous fishery.
Overview: A true gem located in Idahos majestic Teton Valley, the Foster Slough Sanctuary is comprised of 200 scenic and diverse acres. While almost completely surrounded by conservation easements, this unencumbered sanctuary offers a blank canvas for privacy. Expansive stands of aspen groves and willow corridors encompass over 1.5 miles of flowing streams, ponds and healthy grassland pastures. The ranch is set in the middle of the valley providing unobstructed views of the surrounding mountain ranges, which include the famous Teton Mountains, Big Hole and Snake River ranges. This area, known as Fosters Slough, represents one of the most productive wetland complexes in all of Teton Valley, and boasts one of the highest concentrations of con
Comprised of 320 acres and defined by its rolling farm fields, the ranch profits from incredible Teton Mountain and Bitch Creek canyon views, and the fact that it is unimproved creates a blank canvas for tailored lodgings options. The Henrys Fork, South Fork of the Snake River, Fall River and Teton River are all within a 30-minute drive, offering excellent wade and float fishing opportunities. Bitch Creek, one of the areas finest Yellowstone cutthroat trout fisheries, is immediately accessible on the adjacent BLM land.
Teton Whitetail Meadows is situated near Tetonia, Idaho, 8 miles northwest of Driggs, in the heart of adventure for the outdoor enthusiast. This 70-acre sporting retreat offers tree density of mature cottonwood trees and aspen groves, a riparian corridor that create an ideal wildlife habitat, and distinctive private meadows framed with Teton Range views. Wildlife is abundant year round with increased populations of trophy whitetail deer during the spring and fall seasons when big game animals use this migration corridor. Spring Creek flows through the meadows for approximately mile with robust populations of brook trout and cutthroat trout. The resort town of Jackson Hole is 41 miles to the southeast and offers commercial air service alon