Location: Located along Highway 120 West on the western edge of the town of Thermopolis. The pasture has highway frontage on the southern and western boundary. There is municipal water and power surrounding, and on the property.
Description: The rolling pasture overlooks an expansive view of the valley, Round Top Mountain, and Wind River Canyon. Multiple building sites offering seclusion and close access to amenities are the main benefit to the ranch. The pasture is a remnant of an early ranch operation and is in the path of growth for Thermopolis. Current use is summer grass pasture.
Improvements: There are no structures but utilities are all on the boundary and within easy access to all parts of the property. The availability of the utilities along with highway access offer multiple choices to the buyer.
Recreation: The area surrounding the property is a sought after destination for people traveling the west. The Bighorn River has become a destination for fly fishermen from around the country. Big game hunting is among the best in the western US and the property is situated less than 100 miles from Yellowstone National Park. Thermopolis is home to the world’s largest mineral hot springs and the adjoining state park has water parks, fishing, and motels. Regional airports are as close as Cody, Casper and Billings Montana.
Wildlife: Antelope and Mule Deer frequent the property as well as several species of upland birds and Turkey.
Comments: The Herrin Pasture is located close to town, yet private, as well as offering expansive views of the surrounding valley and mountains. The location offers the unique opportunity to allow for multiple building sites or a private retreat with privacy and big Wyoming views. Tracts of land this size with these amenities are rare in the area.
Property tax 2020: $89.35