Red Tiger Springs represents a rare opportunity to buy a good-sized private holding that actually fronts on the Bighorn National Forest between Story and Dayton. It is even more unusual to find a piece of land fronting on the Bighorns that is not encumbered by a conservation easement. This unique holding consists of 377± contiguous deeded acres just outside of Story between North and South Piney Creek. Formerly the site of a private lodge that was removed some years ago, the property does have a good road and underground power to a dramatic building site. It consists of a contiguous block of mostly timbered land that begins on gentle slopes at the base of the Bighorns and runs westerly up the slope and on top where it enjoys far-reaching views of the Cloud Peak Wilderness to the west while overlooking Story and the open plains to the east. Red Tiger Springs provides private access to hundreds of thousands of acres of wild and beautiful mountain land. The lower reaches of the property are more open and on gentler slopes where additional home sites would be very viable. The upper reaches of the ranch include springs, deep canyons, and rims providing exceptional wildlife habitat. Wildlife on the property includes elk, moose, deer, bear, and grouse. In summary, there is a good mix of timber, springs, a small creek, and open parks all in their natural state close to town with good basic infrastructure in place.
Just the Facts
- ACREAGE: 377± deeded acres
- LOCATION: Minutes from Story and 20 minutes from Sheridan adjoining US National Forest
- BUILDINGS: Exceptional building site with road and underground power
- WILDLIFE: Variety of big game including elk, deer, bear, and moose
- TERRAIN: Gentle to steep mountain slope setting with large stands of pines, aspens, and other deciduous and conifer trees, plus some open parks
- AMENITIES: Miles of ATV trails for exploring the property
- WATER: Springs and a small creek
- SUMMARY: Rare opportunity to buy a private accessible tract of wild and beautiful land fronting on the Bighorn National Forest with no development restrictions
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