Conveniently located on the corner of Stagecoach Boulevard and Foothill Boulevard, these 4.46 acres would make an excellent investment. It's zoned to allow for numerous potential possibilities such as a convenience store, gas station, restaurant, or housing development. The Sweetwater Events Complex is just 2.5 miles, and Stagecoach Boulevard provides straight access to I-80 at Elk Street Access. Foothill Boulevard provides access to North Rock Springs. Enjoy the scenic formations under the big blue western skies of Wyoming. City water and sewer are available, and there is power at the property line. Bring your dreams and ideas and let's make them come to life!
Rock Springs, Wyoming lies in Sweetwater County and was named for a babbling spring that formally ran through town. The area's coal mining industry is credited with helping Rock Springs develop and grow. The coal mined in this town powered the steam engines on the Union Pacific Railroad. In addition, it was a stopping point for early-day pioneers and bank robbers. One such was Butch Cassidy who earned his nickname in Rock Springs by working at a butcher shop downtown. The city is defined by multiculturism as it was founded on a diverse immigrant community. Located in the original Rock Springs City Hall, visitors and locals can brush up on the area's history at the Rock Springs Historical Museum.
Green River, Wyoming is a recreational town approximately 14 miles from Rock Springs, Wyoming. The beautiful and scenic area offers world-class fishing and wildlife watching, kayaking, river rafting, and swimming. The Green River displays rugged outdoors preserving diverse wildlife.
Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge
The Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1965 and consists of over 26,000 acres of wide-open space. The refuge is situated between the Fontenelle Dam and Green River. Gaze at the natural habitats while birding, wildlife watching, fishing, or hunting. Seedskadee boats world-class trout fishing and hunting for waterfowl and big game. Bird watchers can enjoy viewing bird species such as prairie falcons, peregrine falcons, owls, hawks, and Canadian geese.
Lake Flaming Gorge
Lake Flaming Gorge offers recreation opportunities combined with solitude and tranquility allowing it to become a haven for boating, jet skiing, waterskiing, and fishing. Some of the best cold-water fishing can be found here. Expect to catch lake trout, kokanee salmon, or smallmouth bass. There are nine paved boat ramps and three full-service marinas for boaters.
Killpecker Sand Dunes
Located north of Rock Springs, Wyoming, the Killpecker Sand Dunes offer soft dunes to explore with dune buggies, dirt bikes, or ATVs. There are 11,000 acres of open play space. These dunes are home to the only herd of desert elk found in North America!