The Bull Creek Ranch is located in the South Fork Valley southwest of the historic town of Cody, Wyoming. Totaling 1,154 +/- acres, 450 +/- deeded and 704 +/- leased, this high mountain ranch has it all including pivot irrigation, live water, and world class working improvements. Two gravity fed center pivots cover approximately 80 +/- acres of highly productive upper bench ground for an ideal mix of grazing and hay production. At the base of Carter Mountain and overlooking the Absorakas to the west, the Ranch controls almost 2 miles of Bull Creek that is an important stock water and irrigation source as well as wildlife corridor. If you are looking for a one of a kind ranch with high end improvements, this will be your on a flagship equestrian or stock operation.
State of the Art Show Barn
Extensive Working Pens
Two pivots and Large Hay Barn
4,900 Sq Ft Custom Residence
1,154 +/- acres historically qualified elk tags
The property backs up to Carter Mountain to the east and faces the Absoraka Mountains to the West. and has historically qualified for landowner elk tags in Area 58. The ranch is located very close to Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone is the oldest park in the U.S. park system and is its flagship. The South Fork located right next to the ranch is one of the most under fished rivers in the Yellowstone area. The South Fork originates in the Washakie Wilderness Area and winds out of the Absoroka Range through almost 25 miles of public land. Other fisheries nearby include Buffalo Bill Reservoir and the North Fork of the Shoshone River.