Green Mountain Secret Fishing Hole - Platte County, Wyoming
Type: Mountain Land
Deeded Acres: 360
Total Acres: 360
Asking Price: $1,044,000
UNDER CONTRACT — Green Mountain Secret Fishing Hole is a spectacular mountain property for sale in the Laramie Mountains of southern Wyoming that offers excellent trout fishing in the North Laramie River, end-of-the-road privacy, beautiful timbered areas, open parks and an abundance of wildlife.
- Located ~23 miles north and west of Wheatland, Wyoming.
- Lies in the Laramie Mountains near Laramie Peak.
- Spectacular scenery.
- North Laramie River flows through southern edge of property.
- Abundance of wildlife and excellent fly-fishing on the river.
Green Mountain Secret Fishing Hole is a scenic mountain property for sale in the Laramie Mountains near Wheatland, Wyoming, and is a rare opportunity to acquire an unspoiled tract of mountain property with the North Laramie River meandering through it. This beautiful mountain property with spectacular scenic views and endless recreational opportunities is offered an an extraordinary price of only $2,900 per acre.
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Green Mountain Secret Fishing Hole is located approximately 23 miles north and west of Wheatland, Wyoming in Platte and Albany Counties. This spectacular mountain property is accessed off of Fletcher Park Road (County Road 133). Alternative access is from I-25 (Exit 94) then proceeding west then south for approximately 14 miles on Fish Creek Road to its junction with Fletcher Park Road.
Wheatland (population 3,627), the county seat of Platte County, is a small business center serving the surrounding farming-ranching community.
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The Green Mountain Secret Fishing Hole lies in the Laramie Mountain Range near Laramie Peak (10,276’) and adjoins the U.S. National Forest Service at its southern most boundary. Approximately 3/4 mile of the North Laramie River flows through a narrow valley formation on the far southern edge of the property. Native Brown and Rainbow Trout inhabit the river and it is truly a fly fisherman’s dream! According to the Wyoming Game & Fish Commission, the North Laramie River is classified as a Class 3 trout stream.
The heavily timbered areas, rough draws and ravines, and open grassy parks provide ideal habitat for the resident elk and mule deer herds along with wild turkeys and various other species of game birds. The property lies in Elk Hunt Area 7 and Mule Deer Hunt Area 64.
The elevation ranges from 5,400 feet to 6,210 feet above sea level. The annual precipitation for the area is 18 inches, according to the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) 30-year average.
This is a rare opportunity to acquire an unspoiled tract of mountain property with the North Laramie River meandering through it. There are many beautiful settings for home/cabin sites. There is no electricity or domestic drinking water on the property; however, springs or creek water could possibly be developed for domestic use.