160 Acre ranch set on a private nature reserve surrounded by BLM land and containing 4,480 acres of permanent conservation area, this is a unique set of acreage that was previously part of an old grazing ranch.
Located between Rawlins and Rock Springs in Sweetwater County and right off Interstate 80, the land is situated in the enchanting Great Divide Basin.
The entire ranch perimeter is fenced, with gated entrances that are easily accessed from public roads, unlike similar Wyoming acreage. The land is flat to rolling high desert terrain is not intended for residential use, but it means this remote, untamed terrain is perfect for hunting, camping, RVs, and other recreation. Property has direct access to the adjacent 30,000 acres of government land.
Located in the Red Desert region of Wyoming, the lands surrounding Sundance Mesa are teeming with a variety of wildlife that thrive in the vastly untouched wide open spaces.
Sundance Mesa is the only set of acreage in Wyoming offering remote, unimproved land that has been thoroughly surveyed by a licensed surveyor and has recorded road access to each individual parcel.
The property has great access! See the interactive map to see the suggested routes.
In Rawlins you will find medical care, groceries, supplies, building materials, feed stores, restaurants, professional services and a Walmart Supercenter.
The Creston Draw run East to West through the middle of the parcel. Additionally, there is a seasonal pond that is on the South East corner of the property which is attractive to wildlife. Many antelope and deer tracks were found near the pond & all around the property.
The property is located in Sweetwater County, near the border of Carbon County. Southern Wyoming's Sweetwater and Carbon Counties are rich in wildlife. This property falls in the regions designated for the hunting of Antelope, Elk, Bighorn Sheep, Deer, Mountain Lion, Pheasant, Sage Grouse and Wild Turkey. There are also Wild Horses in the area.
This parcel is surrounded by over 1 Million Acres of Public Land that includes Green Mountain, Whiskey Peak and the Ferris Mountains.
The property is close to world-class fishing, water sports and outdoor recreation activities at the nearby Seminoe State Park, Seminoe Reservoir, North Platte River, Miracle Mile, Pathfinder Reservoir and Alcova Reservoir.
Seminoe State Park is surrounded by giant dunes of white sand, acres of sagebrush, thousands of pronghorn antelope and sage grouse, all under the bluest of Wyoming skies. Located 34 miles northeast of Rawlins, Seminoe State Park features the moon-like Seminoe Mountains and the Seminoe Reservoir, The reservoir is home to both trout and walleye. The park provides facilities for anglers, boaters, picnickers, campers and hikers. Seminoe has 180 miles of shoreline and is one of the largest man-made reservoirs in Wyoming and the largest of the Wyoming State Parks system.
The world-famous Miracle Mile is actually a 5.5-mile stretch of the North Platte River fed by Seminoe Reservoir. It is an extremely fertile tailwater that offers anglers a chance to catch enormous trophy trout, and with approximately 4,000 fish per mile, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to catch the fish of a lifetime. This area is boatable but much more effective for wade-fishing.
The Pathfinder Reservoir a 22,000-acre lake known for its massive size and colossal walleye, trout and carp. Pathfinder hosts numerous professional walleye tournaments during the summer months and one of Wyoming’s largest ice fishing derbies — the HAWG Ice Fishing Derby — during the winter.
18 miles to Rawlins, WY : Population 10,000 (more info)
25 miles to Seminoe State Park, Reservoir (more info)
26 minutes to North Platte River (more info)
113 miles to the Pathfinder Reservoir (more info)
134 miles to Casper, WY : Population 60,000 (more info)
There is an International Airport in Casper, Wyoming about 2 hours from the property. The code for this airport is CPR. For more information, please visit their website at iFlyCasper.com
116 miles to Laramie, WY : Population 30,800 (more info)
116 to Medicine Bow National Forest (more info)
166 miles to Cheyenne, WY : Population 91,700 (more info)
181 miles to Fort Collins, CO : Population 152,000 (more info)
246 miles to Denver, CO : Population 650,000 (more info)