Beaver Creek Acreage - Crook County, Wyoming
136 acres - Price Reduction Black Hills setting west of Aladdin on Beaver Creek and adjacent to a wide expanse of Black Hills National Forest. This 136 acre property is on the northeastern side of the Bear Lodge Mountains. The north boundary fronts Highway 24 and the southwest side borders a wide expanse of National Forest.
Beaver Creek flows through the valley for over ¼ mile. The property features a picturesque combination of topographical features with winding creek bottoms, open meadows, and wooded hills. Ponderosa pine, aspen and bur oak trees along with a variety of other deciduous trees and bushes make for a remarkable landscape at an elevation of 4,200 to 4,400 feet. Telephone and electrical lines are nearby.
Explore the outdoors on horseback, ATV, mountain bike or take a hike into the hills. Nearby recreation sites include the Black Hills National Forest, Bear Lodge Campground, and Devils Tower Monument. Access to live water, the varied terrain, and lots of feed makes the wildlife habitat excellent. Area wildlife includes elk, deer, turkey, mountain lion, bobcat, coyote, fox, eagles and hawks.
This great location is between Aladdin and Alva. Other towns within a 30 to 45-minute drive of the property include Hulett, WY; Sundance, WY; Beulah, WY; Belle Fourche, SD; and Spearfish, SD.
This recreational haven has it all: a creek, convenient location with year round access, access to National Forest, gorgeous scenery, and privacy. Properties like this are hard to find. Visit for more info or call listing broker, at .