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Currant Creek Ranch

Wyoming Sweetwater County - Rock Springs
$1,080,000 Total Acres 2,100.00+/-
Deeded Acres 2,100.00+/-
Status Sold

Property Summary

Property Summary


Currant Creek Ranch, located in Sweetwater County, Wyoming presents an exceedingly rare opportunity for the rancher, sportsman and guest ranch lifestyle in an area where there is very little fee land available. This 2,100 +/- deeded acre ranch is located immediately proximate to Flaming Gorge Reservoir and the Dutch John boat ramp on the Green River. This combined with the skiing and resort recreation opportunities near Park City, Utah and the greater Salt Lake area place this ranch in a very desirable location. The ranch is improved with cabins, a restaurant and saloon with a commercial kitchen, house, barn and corrals. Electricity to the improvements are provided by a large generator. The current owners poured their hearts and souls into turning this ranch into a successful destination guest ranch attracting people from all over the world. They put extensive time resources into renovating the cabins, house and lodge. Unfortunately, unforeseeable health issues forced the owners to leave the ranch, providing an excellent opportunity for a buyer to step in and reap the benefits of their passion and hard work. The sellers were able to forever protect this valuable asset by placing a conservation easement on the property. They worked diligently with the NRCS and the Game and Fish to protect the critical habitat and wildlife range found on the ranch, while still allowing existing uses of both a guest and working ranch. The Currant Creek Ranch also presents a rare opportunity for a producer looking for a low overhead grass ranch. The ranch is surrounded by and the landowner currently leases thousands of acres of grazing association and checker boarded Union Pacific Railroad sections. The seller shares with one other landowner a 91,985 +/- acre BLM grazing allotment in which their share is 2,178 AUM's. The allotment allows cattle to be ran May 15 through February 28. The cattle can then be brought down on the grass meadows along Currant Creek for two and a half months during calving.

Hunting opportunities on the Currant Creek Ranch can only be limited by one's imagination. The ranch provides vital habitat for elk, deer, antelope and mountain lion. The ranch qualifies for two landowner tags for elk, deer and antelope. This is truly a remarkable opportunity, as there is virtually no fee land of its quality in this remote, secluded area with these recreational resources at hand.