The China Wall Ranch consists of 2,443 deeded acres and 1,080 BLM lease acres for a total of
3,523 acres. The diverse topography of the ranch ranges from elevations of 5,800 feet to 7,500
feet above sea level including high rolling hills with rock outcroppings to deep canyons with
cottonwood-lined creek bottoms.
The China Wall Ranch is located at the head of Sybille Canyon north of Laramie, Wyoming and
southwest of Wheatland, Wyoming. This area has always been recognized as a hidden gem,
providing excellent habitat for numerous species of wildlife, significant gains on livestock from the
hard grasses, and easy access from the highway and livestock terminals in Wyoming and the
nearby Front Range of Colorado. The Sybille Canyon area is surrounded by large deeded
ranches, which rarely become available for acquisition. The Ranch enjoys significant annual
income from a variety of sources.
China Wall Ranch provides superb hunting opportunities for mule deer, big horn sheep, antelope, and elk. Residents can hunt deer on the ranch with a general license while nonresidents must apply for a Region J license. In recent years there have been many leftover deer licenses for non-residents in this area. Antelope licenses are also easy to obtain for this area with non- residents enjoying a 100% draw rate in recent years. The ranch is located in the popular Area 7 for elk. Although the draw percentages for this area are low, the owners applied for and receivedlandowner licenses in 2014. The ranch also has big horn sheep as well as mountain lions, bobcats, coyotes, and various other small game species.
Currently trout can be found in two of the creeks on the ranch as well as the reservoir. With the amount of water found on the ranch it has the potential to be a great trout fishery. The ranch is also located just a few miles from Johnson Creek Reservoir which has great fishing. In previous years, the owners have stocked the reservoir with rainbow trout. School Creek on the eastern side of the property is a year-round creek providing habitat to brook and brown trout. Although the lower part of School Creek may run dry during extreme drought, according to the owners it never has ran dry all the way up. School Creek presents a unique opportunity for a new owner to develop a fishery with several ponds throughout this long and beautiful canyon.
Camping, hiking, boating, swimming, golfing, rodeo events, snowmobiling, and four-wheeling trips can also be found nearby.
Highway 34 in Albany County halfway between Laramie and Wheatland Wyoming
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