Consisting of 200± deeded acres it is a recreational paradise, possessing an outstanding array of wildlife. Spring Creek meanders through the property providing awesome trout fishing and numerous fishery development opportunities. State Highway 11 provides easy year-round access as one of the main routes to the Medicine Bow National Forest. Improvements include a rustic 20x30ft log barn with lots of charm, a corral for horses, all surrounded by a buck fence. There is power on the property. Located at the base of the Snowy Range Mountains, this property is perfect for any outdoor enthusiast with excellent year-round activities in the Medicine Bow National Forest. This area is known nationwide as one of the top destinations for snowmobilers.
The best description is provided by the following article written by Cabela’s staff writer Sam Grother after his visit to the property:
“Wyoming’s version of the “Miracle Mile” or the “Dream Stream” is actually located at the base of the Snowy Range on 200 acres. A spring-fed stream meanders along verdant pasture grass that’s perfect for leasing out for grazing. A 4-acre pond serves as the masterpiece of this picture. It’s home to a busy beaver and gigantic German brown trout. One recent angler landed a 5-pounder. This Cabela’s field tester was recently invited up to the property to check it out. I caught my limit and even landed a 22-inch brown weighing over 4 pounds.I drove onto the ranch under the cover of darkness, but I was still greeted by a galloping heard of Pronghorns. I also could have bagged my limit on ducks too, as I jumped nearly 50 of them at different pools. The willow trees below the beaver pond concealed me perfectly as two large flocks of geese landed nearby. This property has it all and would make an excellent sportsmen’s club property.”
The Spring Creek Ranch is a hunting and recreational paradise situated at the base of the Snowy Range Mountains located five miles southwest of Centennial, WY and 28 miles west of Laramie, WY. The property has excellent access via paved road 11, one of the main routes to the Medicine Bow National Forest.