Cabin Creek Ranch is nestled in the heart of the Bear River Valley, just minutes from the beauty and recreation of Bear Lake. Mountains on all sides surround Cabin Creek Ranch, with the Bear River running through the eastern boundary of the ranch. Access is off county-maintained (Pescadero Road) that runs along the ranch’s eastern border.
This ranch is in its natural state with no structures but a corral for loading and unloading cattle. The sellers prohibited hunting for many years, making it a safe place for elk, mule deer, and moose to call home. The habitat is widely abundant with springs, running water, and grass meadows in every direction. A few old roads and trails meander across the ranch’s vast spread; all the perimeter is fenced and was previously leased for grazing with state and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) grazing leases. Cabin Creek Ranch is a prime candidate for a conservation easement with its big game habitat, open space, warm spring, history, and sheer beauty.
Montpelier Reservoir, a 15 minutes drive away, has tremendous fishing for cutthroat trout, brown trout, rainbow trout, and brook trout. There are full services in the historical town of Montpelier, Idaho.
Stories exist that the infamous Butch Cassidy and his crew used the warm springs on the ranch to rest after making an unfriendly withdrawal from the Montpelier Bank on August 13th, 1896. So come enjoy the History and tranquility of Cabin Creek Ranch.