East Ormsby Road, Lot#WP001Evansville, WY 82636Natrona CountyGet Directions
Very hard to find ranch land-- country quiet, but the city close! Bring utilities in or perfect for off-grid, with rare water, reservoir, and pond features. Almost impossible to find drilled well that needs some TLC. Stunning views go on forever in all directions, including the Laramie Mountains to the west, end-of-the-road seclusion, and quiet. Antelope, mule deer, birds galore, wind-rippled high plains grasses, and the gentle lapping of waves on the reservoir shores. A pure Wyoming haven!
Up to three ranch parcels ranging from 74.94 to 84.67 acres. Priced from $185,000 to $211,675 or grab the whole 320 acres, 80 acres BLM, with a great discount--$389,900!!. Unique, custom-tailored owner financing is available...and some eye-popping potential conservation easement grant tax bennies are also possible!
This property is in the Heart of Wyoming. Casper is home to the College National Finals Rodeo each June. The Tate Geological Museum, located at Casper College, is home to a mammoth and the first tyrannosaurus rex found in Wyoming that has stayed in Wyoming. When you walk into The Tate, you’ll be greeted by Dee, an 11,600-year-old Columbian mammoth who roamed this wild landscape during the Ice Age and was found in nearby Glenrock. After strolling through the various fossil displays, ask to see Lee Rex, a tyrannosaurus rex found in Wyoming that is 65 million years old. Casper is one of the only places in the country where historic trails (Oregon, Mormon, California, and Pony Express) converge. At the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, you’ll learn about the historic days of how travelers came across the country on these trails.
After learning about the trails, head out to see them in person, with nearby highlights that include Register Cliff, standing in wagon ruts in Guernsey, and walking around Independence Rock, where you’ll be reminded of the efforts and sacrifices early pioneers made in their search for a better life in the West. Another must-see location with a history of the trails is Fort Casper—a military post built in 1865—with exhibits on prehistoric people, Plains Indians, ranching, and the western emigrant trails. Just a short drive out of Casper sits one of the city’s most treasured spots, Garden Creek Falls. Sitting at the base of Casper Mountain, you’ll find clear water falling into a crisp mountain pool. From here, you can hike the 4.5-mile-long Bridle Trail. Located just 25 minutes from Casper and Casper/Natrona International Airport, this property is excellent for recreational fun or an off-grid location to build. With beautiful views and ponds on the property, you can enjoy this as a vacation spot or even a permanent spot to live. There are antelope on the property, along with a prairie dog town towards the east side of the property. It is centrally located on the property already but may need some maintenance. The property is already fenced except for the property line on the Blm. The fence does go around the outside edges of the BLM land. The property is already deeded into six different Tracts should you decide ever to split up the property.
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