35 Acres – Hunter’s Dream with Lake View and Access in Lamarie, Wyoming

$ 20,737.00
Lamarie, WyomingCONTACT
  • 09/25/2020
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This property won’t last long! The last parcel in this area went pending in less than a week above asking price.

Calling all fishers, hunters, hikers, campers, outdoor enthusiasts, and f...

  • Total Price:$ 20737
  • Currency:USD
  • No of bathrooms:0
  • No of bedrooms:0
  • Available date:9/24/2020 12:00:00 AM
  • Pets allowed:Unspecified
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  • Lot size:14.16399747
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Full Description

This property won’t last long! The last parcel in this area went pending in less than a week above asking price.

Calling all fishers, hunters, hikers, campers, outdoor enthusiasts, and folks that just love great views – you’re going to love this property in Southeast Wyoming! This is your chance to own a little piece of the last frontier! This area is known for amazing fishing and antelope hunting!

A rare find for Wyoming – this property has direct access to a reservoir which is just moments away from the property: Wheatland Reservoir Number 3 (2,370 acres) is located on the western side of the Laramie Mountains. It’s one of the most productive and popular fishing destinations in southeast Wyoming, and is open year-round for fishing, camping, boating, hunting, and wildlife viewing, and features a boat ramp, ample parking, and restroom facilities. When fishing, anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish including Channel Catfish, Lake Trout, Smallmouth Bass and Yellow Perch, and Walleye; the current fisheries management consists of stocking 80,000 seven-inch rainbow trout and 7,500 brown trout annually.

All of Wyoming’s wildlife roam the prairie here: Elk, antelope, mule deer, waterfowl, coyotes and prairie dogs. This lot is also located in Unit 7 for elk hunting, considered a top trophy bull unit. Antelope roam freely across the prairie and tags are easily accessible for residents (Unit 42). Deer tags are also readily available to either residents or non-residents, general tags for resident and Region J for non-residents.

The surrounding area is a mix of BLM, state and private land. If 35 acres isn’t large enough for you, there are 10,000+ acres of state and federal public lands all within a 2-hour drive of the property, including Miracle Mile of Platte River! Whether you are looking for a fishing base camp, a place to hunt, a place to camp, additional property to run your expanding herd, this property is

for you!

Medicine Bow is just a 43 minute drive away, which is a beautiful small town where you can access basic amenities, such as a gas station, a health center, a hotel, church, and more.

Laramie is located just over an hour away, and is another beautiful and historic town located right on the Laramie River. It is a larger town than Medicine Bow, and has many more basic and important amenities. There’s a WalMart, a Golf Course, larger shopping centers/grocery stores, restaurants and hotels, a hospital, and much more. Laramie is a stunning town defined by natural beauty and easy access to the outdoors. Home to the University of Wyoming, it combines the vibrancy of a college-town with Western history and outdoor adventure.

The town of Casper, WY is also nearby, just 2 hours away. Located right on the North Platte River and right by Casper Mountain, there is an abundance of outdoor activities to choose from including white-water rafting, snow-shoeing, biking, skiing/snowboarding, fishing, and hiking. The historic downtown area has many options for shopping, dining and nightlife, as well as a versatile outdoor space complete with a stage for concerts, performances and community events. There are also hotels, bed and breakfasts, RV parks, and campsites in the area.

This property is also close to the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest and Thunder Basin National Grassland (more info HERE) which cover nearly 2.9 million acres from north central Colorado to central and northeastern Wyoming. From mountain ranges to grasslands and crystal clear streams, the national forests and national grassland provide abundant and unique opportunities for visitors. Year-round recreation opportunities abound in the Forests and Grassland. These activities include hiking, biking, camping, horse riding, OHV riding, fishing, hunting, sightseeing, photography and a wide array of winter sports

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