Scenic Wyoming Retreat with Outdoor Recreation and Cattle and Horse Ranching
In the shadow of the Big Horn Mountains, the 4,680± total-acre Horseshoe Ranch is secured with entitlements to build an exclusive golf course community. It borders Eatons’ Dude Ranch and federal BLM lands and offers private access to all the Bighorn National Forest amenities, including hiking, hunting, fishing and horseback riding.
Fueling the Horseshoe Reservoir and two working irrigation wells, the cottonwood- and pine-lined Little Tongue River traverses the property, creating a thriving habitat for native wildlife: elk, deer, wild turkey, and trophy-size trout.
A 4,747-square-foot main residence boasts mountain views and complements three guesthouses and barns. On the secluded eastern slope of the Bighorn Mountains, 18 miles west of Sheridan, Horseshoe Ranch offers the utmost privacy and large-acreage neighbors to the northeast and southeast, including the historic Eatons’ Dude Ranch, and the Bighorn Mountains and national forest to the southwest. All improvements are tucked into the Little Tongue River Valley, affording complete privacy.
Horseshoe Ranch lies 1.5 miles off Highway 14; which borders the ranch to the northwest. Dayton is about a 10-minute drive from the main gate and offers a grocery store, post office, café, two bars, community, high school, swimming pool and a park. The ranch is also a short commute to Cody and Yellowstone National Park.
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