Laramie County Wyoming Ranches and Land for Sale
In Wyoming’s southeast corner, miles of Laramie County ranches and land for sale surround Cheyenne, the vibrant state capital and county seat. Laramie County, although partially rural, is the most populous area of Wyoming. Her outlying ranches and undeveloped land for sale hold promise for a variety of uses: Hunting and dude ranches and family retreats to small businesses or company headquarters. Note the presence of the historic but still active Wyoming Stock Growers Association.
Geography in Laramie County Wyoming
The southeast corner of Wyoming’s includes vast open lands and oceans of high plains. The mountains and rock outcroppings add interest as to the huge old cottonwoods and old ruins. In Laramie County, there are eight lakes, 71 rivers and streams, 36 reservoirs, and 21 other bodies of water. Anglers lure walleye, cutthroat trout, smallmouth Bass, largemouth bass and bream, perch, northern pike and other fish. So, look for a ranch with water for fishing. The mountains also lure people outdoors. Laramie County averages 6100-foot elevations.
Urban and Rural Areas
The population is slightly under 100,000 in a county that spans 2,688 square miles. Two thirds of the people in in Cheyenne, an area known as The Frontier City” and “The Magic City of the Plains.” Others enjoy the peaceful lifestyle in small communities Such as Albin, Burns, Pine Bluffs, Carpenter, Fox Farm-College, Hillsdale, Ranchettes, South Greeley and so forth. The city of Laramie is not in Laramie County, however. In between, discover in the rolling hills many large and small ranches and undeveloped parcels of land.
Hunters and fishermen may best know the region for the Laramie Mountains. They form the northern edge of the eastern flank of the Rocky Mountains. Over the past several centuries, this area was known for major trail systems that moved pioneers from the eastern half of the United States to the West. Think the Oregon Trail.
Exploring, hiking, Jeeping, biking, hunting and fishing are still part of the Wyoming lifestyle. Hunters take note of rare opportunities for hunting and fishing property in this land of abundant wildlife, including mule deer, antelope, elk, mountain lion and more. So, ask about large hunting ranches for sale and see what’s on the market.
Cattle Ranches, Horse Properties, Farms
In addition, cattle ranchers can pick up cattle ranches for sale in Wyoming. Even the recreational ranches in Wyoming may add some commercial production or cow/calf operations. Large acreage also lends itself to farming, equestrian uses, and development.
Laramie County, Wyoming is not completely out of the way. Historically, waterways were used for transportation. Horse Creek, Logical Creek pass through the community. Laramie County today includes major transportation corridors along Interstates 80, 180, and 25 and US highways 30, 85, and 87.
To get more information about Wyoming ranches and land for sale, contact Dave Harrigan or Hunter Harrigan at Harrigan Land Company at (800) 524-1818. Specializing in large ranch and recreational properties in Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah.