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Pine Ridge at Keyhole Reservoir

Pine Ridge Road : Moorcroft, WY 82721

Crook County, Wyoming

63 Acres
$350,000 USD
$5,556 / ac
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Land Description

The Pine Ridge at Keyhole Reservoir consists of 45 remarkable 35-63 acre properties with extensive views and mature Ponderosa Pines. Location off Pine Ridge Road and Interstate 90, just minutes from Keyhole Reservoir, 15 minutes west of Sundance, Wyoming, and 40 minutes east of Gillette, Wyoming. The views and privacy from these parcels are unmatched and the access off of the paved road is perfect for anyone. Land The Sealed Bid Offering of the parcels at Pine Ridge at Keyhole Reservoir includes building sites on 45 neighboring parcels that were an original part of the historic SY Ranch. Offers should be submitted to the listing agents before August 21, 2022, and will be reviewed by the seller on August 23, 2022. Please see Sealed Bid Offering rules and instructions at the document link of this listing.

Parcels include a variety of terrains such as tree-covered bluffs, open pasture lands, and multiple building sites.

Below is a list of the available parcels in this offering, including their Parcel number, approximate size, and suggested minimum offering price.

Recreation Just minutes from these parcels is Keyhole Reservoir where anglers visit to pursue a variety of species and leisure boaters ski and surf behind their boats. Keyhole Reservoir is just 5 minutes and offers excellent recreational opportunities and fishing for warm water species. Walleye and Crappie are excellent and Pike, Bass, and Catfish can add to a great day on the water. Buy an acreage and bring your boat for wakeboarding, skiing, and fishing. Other activities on or near these parcels include hunting, snowmobiling, hiking, and more. National forest lands are a short drive away and include hunting for a variety of wild game including elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, turkey, bear, and more.

Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources All water rights appurtenant to the land will pass to the buyer. There are no mineral rights transferring with the land.

Region & Climate This area is known for short summers with the occasional rain shower in the afternoon. The hottest month of the year is July with an average high of 81 degrees. The growing season is Mid-May to Mid-September. Annual precipitation accumulates 19 inches of rainfall and 79 inches of snowfall. Winters are wet and cold making them perfect for snow-filled activities.

History Sundance, Wyoming is rich in Native American Heritage. The town was established in 1875 as a trading post made for teams of horses pulling wagons. It is situated along the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountain range in the heart of the Wyoming Black Hills. It is a short distance from Devils Tower, Keyhole Recreational Park, Spearfish Canyon, Crazy Horse and Mount Rushmore.

Location This property is very well located just 10 miles West of Sundance, Wyoming, just off Interstate 90 at exit 165. Pine Haven and Moorcroft are just five and ten minutes, respectively, and they are bustling small towns with excellent services. Gillette and Rapid City Regional Airports provide service to this northeast corner of Wyoming.

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