discovered. Historic teepee rings, as well as buffalo bones, still exist on the property. The Plains Indians called this area good medicine for the available material needed for bows and arrows as well as an abundant game for hunting. In later years, Butch Cassidy robbed the Overland Pacific Flyer which was later immortalized in the Hollywood classic "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid." The Cassidy River Ranch is rich in history. Numerous dinosaur bones are frequently being discovered. Historic teepee rings, as well as buffalo bones, still exist on the property. The Plains Indians called this area good medicine for the available material needed for bows and arrows as well as an abundant game for hunting. In later years, Butch Cassidy robbed the Overland Pacific Flyer which was later immortalized in the Hollywood classic "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid." The actual train robbery took place at the Wilcox station next to the ranch. Many claimed that Butch Cassidy made his escape by hiding along the river banks of the Little Medicine Bow River. It boasts wide-open spaces, big skies, mountain range views, and plenty of room to stretch out. Pronghorn and mule deer roam these lands, and red-tailed hawks and golden eagles soar over the expansive mountainous plains. Easy Access Year-round. Cassidy River Ranch is conveniently located next to a state highway, which is easily accessed from Wyoming Highway 487 and U.S. Interstate 80. Character. This 156.546-acre parcel is situated at an elevation of approximately 6700 feet on a level to rolling open native grassland, overlooking several mountain ranges with magnificently vast views. Unspoiled landscapes and complete privacy are just a couple of the highlights, and abundant wildlife can be found all over Cassidy River Ranch in every season. Included on the property for all owners to enjoy are a private fishing reservoir and 2 miles of exclusive riverfront access. One of the unique features of this property is that 300 plus acres of Riverfront Commons has been established and is deeded equally to each of its ranch owners. This property lays in Unit 47 Antelope, Deer Unit 64, or Region J, Elk Unit 7. This is raw land ready to make your own. Gentle hills and wide-open space with gorgeous views all around. The BLM land contains numerous draws and hills for wildlife. This parcel is part of the Cassidy River Ranch and is covenant controlled. Annual POA fee: $100. NO owner financing is available.
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