A rare 80 acre parcel with a cabin located in Hot Springs County Wyoming, just inside the Shoshone National Forest. Situated at the intersection of County Road 36 and Shoshone National Forest Road 214, this is one of the only small parcel properties along the extreme eastern section of the Shoshone Forest. Surrounded by Federal, State, and large private ranch holdings, this property has only been available a few times in its over 100 year history. Situated at an elevation of approximately 8200 feet, it is ideal for a hunting camp or summer getaways into the beautiful Shoshone National Forest. Twin Lakes are located just outside the property boundary on the Forest, and multiple trail heads into the surrounding Absaroka Mountains and Washakie Wilderness are within a mile or two of the property. From the property you can access one of the largest stretches of undisturbed wild lands left in the lower 48. Stepping out the back gate you can ride to Montana or Idaho without crossing private land, all in the spectacular Yellowstone ecosystem. Practically all the species of game that call the Greater Yellowstone their home frequent the property. It is in elk unit 64, and along the boundary of unit 63, two units that are some of the most sought after trophy elk units in the state. Unit 119 for deer, unit 83 antelope, and the most coveted mountain sheep unit in the state, area 5, provides the ideal location for the avid sportsman.
The comfortable 32×20 sq ft log cabin and 12×10 bunkhouse are well maintained and set up to use power supplied by a generator. From the front deck you can take in the outstanding views of the headwaters of Grass Creek. There is a shallow well and several springs located on the property, along with 2 metal storage buildings and a pipe corral for your horses.
This is a seldom had opportunity to own a beautiful and unique 80 acre parcel and cabin in a practically undisturbed area of the Rocky Mountains. Make an investment sure to continue to appreciate while enjoying the magnificent scenery and adventures of the area.
Updated on January 18, 2020 at 3:37 pm