The setting of the Horseshoe Ranch provides one of the areas most diverse wildlife populations. Set in surroundings of unmatched beauty, wildlife abounds from the shimmering streams to the pine-clad mountain slopes. It is surrounded by other legacy ranches, including the historic Eatons' Dude Ranch, IXL and Padlock. To the southwest, the ranch is bordered by the Big Horn Mountains and associated National Forest. The ranch's improvements (main house, guest homes, barns, and hay meadows) are all nestled out of sight in the Little Tongue River Valley, lined with towering cottonwood and pine trees. While maintaining its solitude and privacy, the ranch is also conveniently located 1.5 miles off of Highway 14 and is a 5-10 minute drive from Dayton and 20 Minute drive from Sheridan. The elevation at the ranch ranges from 4,000 feet to 7,000 feet. As a result, there are four distinct seasons and no extreme weather conditions. The grass and hay are naturally healthy and abundant, livestock and wildlife thrive. This property is unencumbered by Conservative Easements.
Main house-3 bedrooms 4 bathrooms 4747 sq ft, Caretaker house 1250 sq ft, bunkhouse 1013 sq ft, hunting lodge 1584 sq ft, guest cabin 584 sq ft, horse barn 1380 sq ft, main barn 1064 sq ft, veterinary barn 1748 sq ft, buggy barn 1152 sq ft, & equipment storage 7200 sq ft.
Irrigation: 321 adjudicated acres. Includes complete underground state of the art gravity flow delivery system. Adjudicated water from the Little Tongue River plus two (2) flowing Madison Formation wells.
Hundreds of Elk, mule and whitetailed deer, antelope, turkey, upland birds, water fowl, trophy trout, birds of prey, large and small predators.