The Rocky Mountain Sheep Co. Ranch is a large legacy ranch offering located 12 miles North of Saratoga 13 miles east of Rawlins and 81 miles from Laramie, Wyoming. The ranch consists of 39,575+/- total acres of which 19,550+/- are deeded, 19,665+/- are BLM lease acres and 320+/- are State of Wyoming lease acres. The ranch has good year-round access as it borders I-80 on both the north and the south, access to the ranch is easily located off Exit 219 at Walcott Junction which intersects Highway 130 which leads to Saratoga approximately 22 miles away. The ranch runs adjacent to Highway 130 on the west. The focal point of the ranch is the famous North Platte River which flows through the ranch for approximately 4.5 miles. The North Platte River is world famous for its large populations of wild trout. The headwaters of the North Platte River begin in Colorado and then flow northerly through the town of Saratoga and through the Rocky Mountain Sheep Co. Ranch. The riparian areas along the river are heavily sodded providing excellent livestock cover and wildlife habitat. Wildlife on the ranch includes trophy mule deer, whitetail, antelope and occasional herds of elk. The ranch also has over five miles of Pass Creek flowing through it which provides excellent water for livestock and trout. There are big vistas on the ranch with the Snowy Range Mountains to the east and the Sierra Madres lying to the southwest. Recreational opportunities abound in this part of the state with 4 golf courses nearby including the famed Old Baldy club in Saratoga which draws some of the world's most discriminating golfers and outdoor enthusiasts. Fishing is exceptional not only on the ranch but in the nearby Snowy Range Mountains and also in Seminoe, Pathfinder and Alcova Reservoirs which are all located just a short distance downstream of the ranch. Rocky Mountain Sheep Co. Ranch provides a buyer with the opportunity to not only own a very productive ranch but also a ranch that is surrounded by unlimited recreational resources and history.