The White Creek Mountain Camp is a rare opportunity located east of Shell, Wyoming in the Big Horn Mountains. It consists of 563.52 +/- deeded acres and the owners currently lease 163 +/- acres of Federal/BLM lease acreage. There is electricity on the property, which is a very rare amenity on top of the Big Horns. There are four permitted springs on the property. White Creek runs through the property for approximately 3/4 of a mile and supports a healthy population of Brook trout, wildlife and livestock. The property is home to a substantial elk population and the Sellers have received landowner elk permits for the last 15 years. Mule deer are also prevalent on the property. The property is in Elk Hunt Area 41 and Mule Deer Area 51. The property is completely fenced and stock tanks have been installed on several of the springs. Property in this area is always in high demand.
- 563 +/- deeded acres, 163 +/- BLM lease acres
- Located near Shell, WY in the Big Horn Mountains
- Small cabin on the property
- Electricity is on the property
- Four permitted springs with stock tanks
- White Creek runs through the property for 3/4 mile
- Excellent trout fishing
- Qualifies for landowner elk tags
The White Creek Mountain Camp is located approximately 14 miles east of Shell, Wyoming off of Highway 14, which traverses through Big Horn Mountains from Sheridan to Shell through Shell Canyon. To get to the property, turn east off of Highway 14 in Shell on Trapper Creek Road. Travel east 2.8 miles, turn east on Black Mountain Road, which is an ATV road. It is approximately 11.2 miles to the property.
The property offers excellent elk and mule deer hunting and the Sellers have received landowner elk permits for the last 15 years. Recreational amenities on or near the property are too numerous to completely outline but include at least the following: •Hunting •Four-wheeling • Rock climbing •Golfing •Snowmobiling •Horseback riding •Fly Fishing •Camping •Mountain bike riding •Canoeing, boating & swimming •Cross country & downhill skiing •Wildlife watching
While there are no guarantees that the new owners will qualify for elk land owner permits, the current owners currently recieve two land owner permits each year because the land meets the criteria. This decision is made by the Wyoming Game and Fish and Buyers should make those inquiries on their own behalf.