Remarkable Views, Secluded Subdivision, Wyoming
Property Types: Vacant Land, Recreational
Activities & Amenities
Arguably one of the best views in Dubois, Wyoming, this 48.81 acres sprawls out in the Upper Little Warm Springs Creek Subdivision. Act quickly as it is a rare opportunity to own acreage within a subdivision. Power is nearby on the adjacent parcel. Fiber optics are being installed currently, and there is a well that is shared by the subdivision. Everything is ready to go allowing you to build your dream home with vivid views of the Wind River Valley. The lot is situated such that the unique and beautiful landforms stack up in the distance with Dubois twinkling on the level ground down below. The blue western sky radiates freedom and tranquility. Bring your horse and ride away into the blazing sunset on the 48 acres. Recreational opportunities abound! Fish, hike, hunt and explore the many activities in the authentic western town of Dubois. Experience blue ribbon fishing on the Wind River that is less than a mile from the property. The views from this lot are remarkable!
Ride on into the most authentically western town this side of the Mississippi! Dubois, Wyoming is home to friendly people while delivering a genuine feel of the old frontier. Main street is lined with log cabin-style buildings reminiscent of the wild west. Often there are just as many people as there are horses! The Wind River flows right through town. Three mountain ranges surround the town: Wind River Range, Absaroka Range, and Owl Creek Range. The area is rich with recreational activities. Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks are just an hour away. There are hiking trails and abandoned logging roads that take you on an adventure that leads to breathtaking views and memorable experiences. Don’t forget to check out the Dubois Museum and Wind River Historical Center as well as the Bighorn Sheep Center and the National Museum of Military Vehicles.
The Wind River flows for 185 miles and runs right through Dubois, Wyoming. The river’s gentle waters are popular for floating, canoeing, and kayaking. Fly fishing is opportunistic for catching Brook, Rainbow, Cutthroat, or Brown trout.
The Whiskey Basin consists of 12,782 acres including three glacier lakes. Hike, camp, hunt, fish, and experience awesome examples of nature while viewing wildlife. This area is home to the largest wintering herd of bighorn sheep in North America! You can also catch glimpses of deer, antelope, elk, bear, or wolves. Travel back in time as you contemplate the petroglyphs etched into the fascinating boulders.
Wonderful Winter Recreation
Snowshoe, Nordic ski, ice fish, or dogsled when the snowflakes start falling. There are over 100 miles of snowmobile trails to explore at the Continental Divide Trail. There are also well-groomed snowshoeing trails at Falls Creek Campground and Deception Creek.