Surrounded by majestic mountain landscape and rich in western history, Rocking Chair Ranch is an outdoor paradise and one of Wyoming’s best recreational and working ranches. The ranch encompasses 75,000± contiguous acres of private (4,660±) and leased ground, including a 120± acre inholding in the Shoshone National Forest and overlooking the Absaroka and Wind River Ranges. This legacy ranch is secluded, but not remote, only minutes from the welcoming western town of Dubois, Wyoming. Rocking Chair Ranch offers excellent recreational amenities including trail riding, hiking, biking, big game hunting, ATV riding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and 3.5± miles of Horse Creek fishery. Rocking Chair Ranch sits in the Horse Creek drainage with mountain range views in every direction, offering a mosaic of landscapes from rolling grass-covered hills to towering castle-like peaks. The Ramshorn Peak, one of Wyoming’s most spectacular elevations, can be viewed in the distance from Rocking Chair Ranch.
An outstanding set of improvements includes an owner’s custom log home, a guest house, a manager’s residence and 4 additional homes, accommodating a multi-generational family and ranch crew. Rocking Chair Ranch, a working cattle ranch since the late 1800s, is currently operated as a working ranch with an income stream running cow/calf pairs with enhanced irrigation and ample water rights. Currently, the ranch runs 800 head of mother cows which calve out in mid-March on the lower portion of Rocking Chair Ranch and are held until June, when they are trailed up into the National Forest. During the summer months, livestock grazes on the lush mountain grasses and meadows.
Jackson Hole is just 80± miles away, offering commercial air service, world-class skiing, and accommodations and is the gateway to the iconic Yellowstone National Park.