Dale Creek Ranch Wyoming: On the Dale Creek Ranch in southeastern Wyoming, the possibilities are as rich as its creekside pastures. Trophy big game hunting, trout fishing, cattle ranching, alternative and traditional energy development and rural housing development are all possible here, in many combinations. Add in easy access to two of Wyoming’s largest cities and only an hour’s drive from the burgeoning northern Front Range communities in Colorado, and you have a Wyoming ranch worthy of serious consideration by the creative investor.
This Wyoming ranch property consists of a solid block of 2,628 deeded acres that follows four miles of the valley of Dale Creek, a permanent stream flowing only about ten miles southeast of Laramie. Dale Creek is key to the productivity of the ranch, as it feeds lush grasslands along the creek, which benefit both cattle and big game. The ranch includes one large reservoir, irrigated and sub-irrigated creek bottom and owns rights to 130 acre/feet of water. Grassy meadows dominate the creek bottom, while the uplands are dotted with picturesque granite outcrops, sagebrush and scattered pines.