Located immediately south of Greybull, Wyoming at the confluence of the Bighorn and Greybull rivers. The property totals approximately 492 +/- acres. The owner leases 555 +/- acres from the State of Wyoming. This is a very rare opportunity to purchase. The property offers incredible wildlife including: whitetail, mule deer, turkeys, pheasants, chuckers, bobcats, raccoons, and coyotes. They have recently put up all new fencing around the property. There is a small hunter’s cabin, which is newly built, and a spring fed pond. A 10 acre island sits in the middle of the Bighorn River. There are approximately 80 +/- acres on the west side of Highway 16 going into Greybull from the south. The balance of the property is located on the east side of Highway 16. The northern boundary is on both sides of the Greybull River, the eastern boundary encompasses both sides of the Bighorn River. The eastern boundary of the state lease adjoins the city and the highway leading to Shell. The state lease lands are the northeast corner of the ranch. The federal government purchased a conservation easement in 2007 on approximately 61.5 +/- acres for wetlands conservation. This easement adds value to the property by ensuring wildlife habitat for the abundant populations thriving on the ranch.