Large deeded parcel with 1,149± deeded acres, 315± acres BLM, 80± acres State for a total of 1,544± acres total.
For an elk hunter, the cool fall air and the smell of mountain pines signals the best time of year has arrived. Bugling elk signal the hunt is on. Hunting seasons throughout the years are often marked by adventure, close encounters with big elk, and camaraderie of friends and family.
Jensen Bull Camp is a quintessential mountain elk hunting property. Located on the Bighorn Mountains near Buffalo, Wyoming it is surrounded by other large tracts of private land. Together, these private mountain lands create a large home range for the South Bighorn Elk Herd. Human impact is relatively light as access is controlled and managed by the various landowners.
The very private Jensen Bull Camp is 1,149± deeded acres and 1,544± total acres. Accessed via private road, wintertime access is limited to tracked vehicles. There is an off-the-grid, 864± sq. ft. log cabin sheltered by trees and overlooking a large park. Camp life is rustic but comfortable as gas lamps glow and the cabin is heated by wood stoves.
While summer cattle grazing continues as the agricultural use of the property, the fall elk hunt is the recreational focus of Jensen Bull Camp. The greater Bull Camp area, located in Hunt Area 34, is known to produce bulls in the 350” class with some bulls scoring upwards of 400” B&C throughout the years. The property has qualified for and receives two landowner elk tags each year.
Other wildlife typical of the Bighorn Mountains can be found on Jensen Bull Camp. Mule deer, antelope, moose, and the occasional mountain lion and black bear are well within their home range here.
While the name ‘Bull Camp’ refers to the area’s history of ranching and cattle, today the name can be applied to the elk and the sport of trophy bull elk hunting.