Private country setting southwest of Sundance overlooking the Inyan Kara Creek Valley. 154 acres which is adjacent to two isolated parcels of BLM land.
A foothills setting west of the Black Hills with terrain offering a picturesque mixture of timbered ridges, rimrock ledges, open meadows, high plateaus with outstanding views, and secluded draws. Ponderosa pine and cedar trees line the hillsides with rock outcroppings accompanying the scenery. The property has several scenic settings for a home or cabin. The land overlooks the Inyan Kara Creek and the Mason Creek Valleys, with a long-range view of Inyan Kara Mountain from the ridge. The property sits at an elevation in the range of 4,500 feet.
No utilities are currently installed on the property. Power is nearby on adjacent properties.
Recreation & Wildlife:
Hike the hills or discover the landscape on ATV, horseback or mountain bike. Area wildlife habitat supports deer, turkey, some elk and a host of other small game animals. Northeastern Wyoming and the Black Hills area offer year round recreational opportunities.
Access and Location:
This out-of-the-way property is situated about a 25-minute drive southwest of Sundance, Wyoming. Kara Circle, which is a shale subdivision road shared with neighboring properties, runs through the property. It’s about 2 miles to Douglas Road, which is a county maintained gravel road. Then another 7 miles to Interstate 90 at the Beaver Creek Exit #178.
A remote setting with varied topography and long range views. There aren’t any covenants.