Foothills setting in northeastern Wyoming in the secluded country north of Hulett. This private location is at the end of the road.
The land consists of 158 acres, which lies in one contiguous block.
The diversity in the topography provides for a very scenic setting with great wildlife habitat. Timbered ridges descend into wide grassy meadows and sheltered draws. Some old hay land near the reservoir is the perfect place for food plots. The hills are lined with pine, cedar and bur oak trees. Native chokecherries, plum thickets and buffalo berries provide good browse for wildlife. Interesting rock outcroppings line the canyon area on the southern edge of the property. The hills offer long range views of the surrounding Black Hills and Bear Lodge Mountains. The elevation is in the range of 4,100 feet above sea level.
Near the middle of the property there is a seasonal livestock reservoir in the valley.
No utilities are currently installed for service to the property. Power lines run on neighboring properties to the east and north.
The property does not have any covenants.
Wildlife & Recreation:
Wild Turkey, Mule Deer and Whitetail Deer frequent the area. Recreational opportunities abound in northeastern Wyoming and the Black Hills region. Most of the major attractions in the Black Hills are within a two-hour drive of the property. Nearby Devils Tower National Monument and the Bear Lodge Mountains, where access to thousands of acres of Black Hills National Forest is available, are both within a 30-minute drive.
Access and Location:
From Hulett there are two routes into the property. The shorter way is 12 miles of mostly gravel roads. The other route is about 17.2 miles via Highway 112, then Strawberry Hill Road #220 and Goldie Divide Road #32. A private 40’ access easement road leads from Goldie Divide Road into the property for about 8/10th of a mile. This access road is shared with neighboring properties.