Location: The Sand Draw Pasture is a 315+/- acre property located on the boundary of Highway 120 West, approximately 19 miles Northwest of Thermopolis. Highway 120 fronts the west boundary of the property for approximately ¾ of a mile. It is 19 miles to Thermopolis and 61 miles to Cody.
Description: Located in the Bighorn Basin along the Absaroka Range, it is a typical native grass and salt sage pasture in a high desert environment. Elevation is approximately 5000 feet and it sits in a 5-8 inch annual moisture zone. The terrain is flat to rolling with the Sand Draw drainage bisecting the northern boundary. Expansive views of the nearby sandstone butte and Owl Creek mountains provide a scenic Northwestern Wyoming vista. The basin normally has seasonally mild year around climate.
Access, Water, and Utilities: Highway 120 West provides access on the property boundary. There is a recently drilled water well along with a natural flowing spring. Power is accessible along the highway. The property is unfenced on the eastern and southern boundary which is contiguous with B.L.M. lands. Larger vacant land parcels with access to vast tracts of public lands, water, power and access are rare in the area.
Wildlife: Antelope, Mule Deer, Sage Grouse, as well as a variety of upland birds and small predators are common on the property.
Taxes: 2020 property tax was $1182.