Bill Vacek


Bill Vacek is a licensed Responsible Broker in Wyoming and has been with LandLeader from the beginning. As a four-time BIG 8 track and field multi-event champion at the University of Nebraska, Bill has the determination and dedication to go the extra mile for his clients. His passion for the outdoors led him to the LandLeader Team, but growing up in the country brought him to move to the cowboy state. He has been involved in recreational property development from designing log homes to raising game birds. This knowledge and experience is a priceless asset in recreational real estate. Bill won the 2008 national customer service excellence award from Cabela's Trophy Properties at the convention in Reno. Hunting has been part of Bill's spirit from since he was strong enough to hold a gun. He is an avid bow hunter by heart, pursuing the elusive whitetail buck. He also enjoys hunting upland game birds and waterfowl with his Drahthaar, Elka. When time permits, Bill ventures to Mexico to fish the Sea of Cortez off the coast of San Carlos. There he enjoys time with his parents in pursuit of marlin and sailfish. Whether you are looking for a western ranch, needing advice on deer stand placement or trying to place a recreation property with a new owner, Bill will use his experience and contacts to get the job done.
$155,000  •  36 acres
These lots are located on South Pass offering multiple buiding sites for a cabin or second home.  A new road off of the highway provides easy access.   Moose, Elk and Deer frequent the property.  Slate Creek meanders through this new development cutting a path along the aspens while the perimeter is lined with pine trees.  Each lot in this development has something unique to offer.  The Continential Divide snow mobile trail is only minutes away as well as access to the National Forest.  This development is bordered by BLM ground.  No building restrictions or covenants.   Truly a rare find.
$155,000  •  35.71 acres
These lots are located on South Pass offering multiple buiding sites for a cabin or second home.  A new road off of the highway provides easy access.   Moose, Elk and Deer frequent the property.  Slate Creek meanders through this new development cutting a path along the aspens while the perimeter is lined with pine trees.  Each lot in this development has something unique to offer.  The Continential Divide snow mobile trail is only minutes away as well as access to the National Forest.  This development is bordered by BLM ground.  No building restrictions or covenants.   Truly a rare find.
$181,170  •  40 acres
This unrestricted 40 acres located on South Pass offers tremendous views while nestled in the timber. Numerous rock outcrops are throughout the proerty. Clear Creek meanders through the southern valley. Very quiet, very private. A second natural springs provides a water source for livestock. Tall stands of lodgepole pines and numerous groves of aspens blanket the slopes and Sugar pines fill in the gaps. This property is fenced and is behind a locked gate with abundant wildlife. Borders BLM land on the north with access into the Shoshone National Forest. 100's of miles of trails for either horseback or ATV.
$337,900  •  40 acres
If you are looking for a carefree log cabin located in the middle of some of the best hunting, fishing and snow machining. Wyoming has to offer, Daniel Ridge is for you!  This 40 acre parcel is surrounded by diverse habitat to give this location a piece of everything.  From the log cabin you can see quaking aspens and foothills to the north, a lowing stream and wetlands to the south, sage prairie to the east and the National Forest to the west.  An absolute hunters dream!This location would also be a great base camp for the snow machine enthusiast as it is very close to some world class trails and offers plenty of room to spread out.Cabin has oversized log construction for extra insulation and warmth.  Very close to the National Forest.  Excellent Hunting and Fishing.  Location is perfect for world class snow machining.  Very private location yet easily accessible.  Neighbors are large land owners.  Easy winterization of entire cabin.  Property offers a second, better location for a larger home or cabin.  Engineered wind/solar electrical system designed to live "off the grid" for the use as a secondary power source.  Continuous flowing stream comes through the southeast corner of the property.  Adjacent wetlands for active wildlife viewing and bird watching.  Spring on the north side of the road, good for stock water.  Abundant wildlife can be seen from the back porch.
$528,000  •  9.2 acres
Country to love, this 9.2 acres on the North Fork River just outside of the town of Lander, Wyoming is a rare find.  The 2 bedroom, one bath home of masterfully effective passive solar design, proven comfortable in all seasons and their extremes.  Crafted outside of thick cedar. Inside, all-world carpenters worked in finest woods: aspen from our land, fir and pine from local forests, and America’s remarkable hardwoods. Exquisite views west to the Wind River Mountains, through picture windows upstairs and down. Rainbows to the east are gorgeous too. You’re out in the country, and still only ten minutes from a major super market.Rare luxuries of water:a) three wells, one at the house, two in the hay fieldb) a warm spring stays open year round, no matter the cold, meaning you never have to worry about watering a horse on this land c) three channels of the river flowing through the land,d) the northern boundary is a certified blue-ribbon Wyoming trout stream with over one hundred yards of river frontage. With water and electricity established, there is an excellent second site to build the home of your dreams offering mountain views.  A hand crafted horse barn on that parcel still smells new.  This property is blessed with a thousand trees: aspen, cottonwood, spruce, juniper, choke cherry, golden willow, river birch provided rich habitat for deer and elk.  This property can be split as follows:  2 acres and the existing home and a 9 acre building site with river frontage.  Please inquire if interested.
$399,500  •  8.38 acres
River Lane Estate is a rare end of the road property only minutes from town offering complete privacy.  Pulling into the property you will notice the immaculate landscaping found throughout featuring mature trees and a sprinklered lawn.   Fully fenced, this estate is perfect for horses.   There are two homes located on the property, one that can be used as a rental or a guest house.  An unattached heated 30’ x 80’ workshop/garage with four garage doors is equipped with floor drains and excellent lighting.  Several other buildings are positioned to complement the estate and provide additional storage. There is incredible history that goes along with this property with an original cabin overlooking the river dating all the way back to the 1860’s. The main house has an open concept feel when you walk in the front door with approximately 2000 sq' of livable space. The kitchen connects to the living room with big beautiful windows featuring views from every angle inside the home.  It has an island with seating, under cabinet lighting and custom countertops. There are 2 bedrooms located on the main level with a full bathroom and another room downstairs that could be a bedroom. There is full bathroom in the basement.  Both bathrooms in the home have heated floors. The adjacent guest house is close enough, yet far enough away to offer privacy.  It has 2 bedrooms, a full bathroom, living room area, full kitchen and washer and dryer. It has its own beautiful yard surrounded by trees and has an incredible view of the river.  This property is a must see!
$1,345,000  •  900 acres
This newly remodeled 3,000+- sq. ft. ranch home sits on 900+/- acres.  A 640 Acre State Lease, and BLM Permit (no trucking, just open the gate, cattle tunnel under the road) are also included.  Of the 900 acres, 176 are irrigated. The home has 4 Bedrooms, 2 of which are Master bedrooms with walk-in closets and full baths. The upstairs loft bedroom is large and open.  This could be utilized as game room, second family room.  The main master bedroom has a double head shower, double sinks with beautiful tile throughout.  An enclosed sunroom with a hot tub patio offers a relaxing experience no matter what time of year. A new roof, well pump, natural gas furnace / air, hot water tank, pressure tank are all recent.  The remodeled kitchen with custom cabinets have roll-out drawers and shelves.  Granite throughout.  A seperate bar has a beverage refrigerator, sink and wine rack.  All Stainless Steel Kitchen Appliances (natural gas) with a double convection oven and a large oven are layed out for entertaining.   Opening into the living room, french doors and a wall of windows offer breathtaking views of pond and mountains.  A 40 X 24 insulated shop with concrete floor has natural gas roughed in for heat.  A second 14 X 24 shop with concrete slab would be great for a work area.  A 25 x 80 steel feeder barn makes feeding cattle easy for a one man operation. Facilities for cattle loafing shed and corals for handling are in place.  A seperate garden/lawn tool shed and tack room are adjacent to the coral.  Underground Water & Electricity to stock tanks on concrete slabs making watering clean and easy. 
$995,000  •  223 acres
You wont find another property like this one! 223 acres of breathtaking views of Lander Valley nestled into the Red Buttes with privacy and serenity. With its own artesian well supplying an abundance of water, this Property is truly a rare find. Call today for a private showing to see what this Property has to offer!
$5,514,900  •  794 acres
Approximately 8 miles from downtown Cody, Wyoming you will find Cody Oar Lock Ranch Lake Resort.  The resort is truly one of a kind!  This 792 acre parcel consists of 8 cabins/suites and two homes to accommodate guests.  An on-site restaurant and lounge adds to the old west atmosphere.  This ranch is equipped with horse barns, corrals and plenty of storage.  There is a main office building and maintenance shop for daily operations.  This venue is perfect for weddings, corporate events and family gatherings whether indoors or outside.  A large convention center, wired for sound, offers an additional venue for events.The lake on the property consists of approximately 100 acres of surface water.  Consistent stocking and management have made this a world class fishery.  The current owner is continually improving the habitat to grow monster trout.  Activities on the resort include guided fishing, pheasant/chukar hunting, horse trails for riding, geology and photography tours in the Rim Rocks.  Recreational lake actives are also available.  Nestled around the lake lie the improvements with plenty of room for expansion and development.  Opportunities are endless.  Additional property is available for purchase. Access to Cody, Wyoming is convenient via Yellowstone Regional Airport (COD.)  This airport is located 15 minutes from the ranch and is open year round. The runway, which is 8,268' x 100', accommodates jet service.  This airport has a fuel provider and offers aircraft ground support.Call for additional details on this offering.  Truely, "A place of dreams where you can find the monster fish and take the long shot".
$525,000  •  39.09 acres
North Fork River Acreage is comprised of 39 +/- acres of secluded river front property off of North Fork Road.  Access is private.  The North Popo Agie River borders the south end of the property offering World Class Trout Fishing amid the cool water and elevation drop.  With its close proximity to the National Forest, wildlife frequent the property often including Elk, Deer, Bear and Moose.  There are multiple locations to build a new home or cabin offering unmatched views of the Wind River Mountains.   Whether the location is high on the bluff or next to the sound of the flowing water, both offer exquisite views!  Power lines through the property offer easy access to electricity. The lower meadow was once irrigated.  Water rights are still in tact.  This is a rare opportunity to own frontage on the Upper North Fork River.
$7,385,100  •  3,090 acres
This 3090 acre ranch has unlimited potential.  The core of the property consists of a world famous 200 plus acre lake producing consistent "monster" trout.  The abundant water is currently used for flood irrigation but it has the infrastructure for a new owner to add irrigation pivots.  Power is on site.  An adjoining BLM cattle lease is in place and is included in the sale.Lower Cody Oar Lock Lake has the perfect recipe to grow large fish.  Freshwater shrimp are abundant as well as every lifecycle of insects to provide plenty for the fish to eat.  This lake has been managed to produce trophy fish and its potential is endless.  Two new cabins lie on the shoreline with full services.  This property is the perfect template for someone to turn into a dream, whether it be a luxury home or resort!  Working corals are in excellent shape, including climate controlled storage and tack room.  Fences are well maintained.  Drinking water is piped througout the ranch making cattle rotation easy.  Each part of this ranch offers a different view.  Snowcapped mountains provide a back drop while sandstone cliffs continually change with the sun and shadows.  Variations of seasonal grass keep the wildlife close to home while during the growing months the irrigated fields draw deer, antelope and elk.  A very healthy population of upland game birds thrive on the ranch.There is also a long-distance shooting course strategically placed throughout the ranch, offering challenges for even the expert shooter.  A trappers cabin is located conveniently to offer a nights stay for whomever is watching over the livestock.  
$145,000  •  37 acres
These lots are located on South Pass offering multiple buiding sites for a cabin or second home.  A new road off of the highway provides easy access.   Moose, Elk and Deer frequent the property.  Slate Creek meanders through this new development cutting a path along the aspens while the perimeter is lined with pine trees.  Each lot in this development has something unique to offer.  The Continential Divide snow mobile trail is only minutes away as well as access to the National Forest.  This development is bordered by BLM ground.  No building restrictions or covenants.   Truly a rare find.
$175,000  •  50 acres
These lots are located on South Pass offering multiple buiding sites for a cabin or second home.  A new road off of the highway provides easy access.   Moose, Elk and Deer frequent the property.  Slate Creek meanders through this new development cutting a path along the aspens while the perimeter is lined with pine trees.  Each lot in this development has something unique to offer.  The Continential Divide snow mobile trail is only minutes away as well as access to the National Forest.  This development is bordered by BLM ground.  No building restrictions or covenants.   Truly a rare find.
$135,000  •  36 acres
These lots are located on South Pass offering multiple buiding sites for a cabin or second home.  A new road off of the highway provides easy access.   Moose, Elk and Deer frequent the property.  Slate Creek meanders through this new development cutting a path along the aspens while the perimeter is lined with pine trees.  Each lot in this development has something unique to offer.  The Continential Divide snow mobile trail is only minutes away as well as access to the National Forest.  This development is bordered by BLM ground.  No building restrictions or covenants.   Truly a rare find.
$135,000  •  41 acres
These lots are located on South Pass offering multiple buiding sites for a cabin or second home.  A new road off of the highway provides easy access.   Moose, Elk and Deer frequent the property.  Slate Creek meanders through this new development cutting a path along the aspens while the perimeter is lined with pine trees.  Each lot in this development has something unique to offer.  The Continential Divide snow mobile trail is only minutes away as well as access to the National Forest.  This development is bordered by BLM ground.  No building restrictions or covenants.   Truly a rare find.
$155,000  •  36 acres
These lots are located on South Pass offering multiple buiding sites for a cabin or second home.  A new road off of the highway provides easy access.   Moose, Elk and Deer frequent the property.  Slate Creek meanders through this new development cutting a path along the aspens while the perimeter is lined with pine trees.  Each lot in this development has something unique to offer.  The Continential Divide snow mobile trail is only minutes away as well as access to the National Forest.  This development is bordered by BLM ground.  No building restrictions or covenants.   Truly a rare find.
$995,000  •  45 acres
Surrounded in "wild west history", the cabin is located about 28 miles west of Sundance, Wyoming near the first United States National Monument Devil's Tower. Down an 8 mile county road, this log cabin sits atop one of the Bear Lodge mountains. Take a walk around the property and there is not one place where the scenery doesn't expand for miles across the mountains and forest of Black Hills National Forest Preserve.This beautiful Log home is about 3500 sq. feet and has 3 bedrooms and 3 1/2 bathrooms. The Master Bedroom is located on the main level with a hot tub deck just outside. The Master bath includes a Steam Shower and Jet Tub. Throughout the Cabin you will also find custom wood carved doors, frontier cabinets, chiseled granite countertop, rustic log furniture and railings, antler and oil-lamp style lighting, bedding and decor to stains and caulks, this cabin is truly unique. The cabin sits on 45 acres of land that is unmatched in views overlooking Devils Tower. The deck wraps around all most the entire length of the cabin offering 360 degree views for miles. To experience everything this unique Property has to offer, Call Today!
$159,000  •  35 acres
This 35 acre lot sits behind a locked gate overlooking Rock Creek Reservoir up on South Pass.  This lot has several building locations with the land being flatter than other surrounding lots with plenty of room for horses. Excellent hunting and fishing.  Private trails lead to the Forest via locked gate.  Resident Elk, Deer and Moose frequent the propety.  Beautiful views!
$597,000  •  114 acres
This Property is a Sportsmans Dream!This unique property has over one mile of Green River frontage with excellent hunting and fishing. Mule deer and Elk traverse the river corridor frequenting the property. Several wetland areas provide habitat for water fowl, both migrating and nesting. The mature trees make the property feel much larger than it is. The property is adjacent to BLM offering more opportunities for the outdoorsman. This property would make for a great place to build a getaway cabin. Call for your private showing today. 
$349,000  •  35 acres
Grandview Acreage offers 35 Irrigated acres for a great price. This property is located just off of Riverview Road outside of Riverton. Call today for a private showing to see what this property has to offer!
$695,000  •  2.68 acres
This beautifully crafted home is tucked away off the main path offering privacy and tranquility. Driving into the property you will find large mature trees that surround the home and well-maintained landscaping throughout. The driveway wraps around the entire home offering ample parking space. There are 5 different outbuildings around the property that provide space for covered RV parking, 30’ x 50’ Barn, 40’ x 88’ Equipment Storage and two other smaller Storage utility sheds. This Exquisite home has been well taken care of and is in Excellent condition. The home is just under 5,000 sq ft and offers 4 bedrooms and 3 1/2 bathrooms. Attached to the house you will find a spacious 3 car garage. The mudroom/ Laundry room is conveniently located just off the attached garage as well as a half bath.The kitchen has beautiful granite counter tops and is open to the living room space and dining area. The second living room area has beautiful vaulted ceilings leading into the Master Bedroom. The Master Bedroom has a walk In closet along with an En Suite, Jacuzzi bath tub and steam shower. Upstairs offers 3 more bedrooms with a Jack and Jill Bathroom and deck off of the bedroom.The basement is very spacious and a great place to entertain or make another living room area. There is anonther bathroom downstairs and lots of room for more storage or to make an office space.  This home is truly one of a kind, call us today for a private showing to see all that this property has to offer!  Additional adjoining acreage available.  Please inquire.
$3,200,000  •  1,619 acres
RED CANYON RANCH, THERMOPOLIS, WYOMING “Think of it as your own National Park”  The epic story of Red Canyon Ranch begins when life on Earth almost died. Standing on the rim of Red Canyon and looking out over the beautiful vista, it’s hard to imagine that the dove-gray cliffs and rolling tree-covered hills in the canyon bottom represent the biggest mass extinction of all time. The limestone is formed of tiny shells, the dying sea creatures that drifted to the bottom of the ancient ocean. This was 250 million years ago, during what paleontologists call the Permian Extinction, a period when 90% of all life on Earth perished. But the dramatic red cliffs that rise above the gray limestone--the Chugwater Formation--date to around 200 million years ago and represent an Earth filled with oxygen and iron: the foundations for the rebirth of life. The geology of most of the ranch dates to the period when dinosaurs walked and flew, giant trees ruled, and the earth was flourishing, from around 175 million to 125 million years ago. Fossils are abundant and can be found on every high point.The ranch is a true “end of the road” property, with a single controlled access and consists of approximately 1,619 acres. Elevation runs from 4,900 feet to about 6,000 feet and averages 16 inches of precipitation a year. The views from the canyon rim are stunning, from the hundred-mile vista of the Big Horn Mountains to the variegated red, yellow, green, white, and tan strata in the canyon that hearkens to Moab and Sedona.The creeks in Red Canyon are filled with cottonwoods, willows, and cattails, while the uplands are covered in pines and junipers. In total, Red Canyon Ranch has 13 springs, and one spring-fed pond, which produce a combined flow of about 300 gallons of water per minute. All water rights and springs are fully adjudicated or permitted and the earliest date back to 1903--which some have referred to as “Million dollar water.” The 20-acre hay field is watered from the main spring through a gravity-fed pipeline and sprinkler system and additional acreage is permitted and can be added. As a result, irrigation is essentially free, and the field produces around 50-60 tons of quality grass hay per year.Not only is the scenic canyon sheltered from prevailing winds, but the abundant water and vegetation attract and sustain a wide variety of wildlife; elk, mule deer, white-tailed deer, antelope, and occasional moose, are the major ungulates. Hungarian partridges, chukars, doves, wild turkeys, blue herons, and over 50 migratory bird species are common. The cliffs provide habitat for golden eagles, falcons, hawks and other raptors. The cliffs echo at night with the calls of great horned owls. Predators also visit the ranch: mountain lions, wolves, coyotes, bobcats are common occurrences, and once a while a black bear wanders through eating the currants and gooseberries that grow along the creeks.It is also the water that attracted ancient Native Americans to the ranch. Archaeological sites--the earliest dating to around 13,000 years ago--can be found across the ranch landscape and include prehistoric and historic campsites, stone circles, and numerous petroglyphs, or “rock art.” For nearly six thousand years the ancestors of the Shoshoni made Red Canyon—or in their tongue, Engahonabita Ogwebi, which translates, “Red Canyon it’s creek”--their home. The Shoshoni believe that if you are still and observant while walking in Red Canyon, you can catch glimpses of the mischievous “little people,” the Nynymbi, or magical “water ogres,” called, Pandzoavitz, or, perhaps if you are really lucky, the illusive Water Ghost Woman will appear to you. Here at Red Canyon Ranch, the echoes of the spirits and the hearts of a people remain.In 1897, the first immigrants from Europe came to Red Canyon. Jacob and Amanda Nostrum were from Sweden, and they operated a stage lion on the Fort Washaki to Thermopolis road. The current access into the ranch follows the historic Nostrum Springs stagecoach trail, winding down into the tree-filled canyon to the century-old ruins of the stage station. In 2013, Archaeologist Katherine Burnett finished her Ph.D. dissertation about the Nostrum Springs State Station on Red Canyon Ranch. She wrote in chapter 10:“Lying just under the surface is the bracing story of the staging business in the West, the epic narrative of an ancient travel corridor, the romance of a failed romance etched into the sandstone of Red Canyon itself. One only needs to look, to hear the sounds behind the sounds, to get a sense of the journey at Red Canyon…“The most important lesson in in my research on the Nostrum Strings State Station, however, is this: leave your assumptions at the door, all ye who enter here. File away your mythic ideas about Indian attacks and road agents and dramatic chases. File away your idea that just because a ranch was 20 miles from town that the people who lived there were isolated. File away your idea that stagecoaches and stagecoach lines ran in a vacuum. Red Canyon’s story involves railroads and cars, it might even be seen as a microcosm of the changing American West and the role transportation played in it. File away your idea that just because the Nostrums were a family of Swedish immigrants, that they were just scraping by from the red earth of their homestead on the border with the Wind River Reservation. File away your idea that a woman with 10 children and a dead husband could not make it in this area that no longer thought of itself as the frontier. The Nostrums have the following to say: ‘You may think of us as part of the old West just because we live in the West and you found old things. We consider ourselves distinctly different from the ‘old timers.’ We are part of the great progressive state that is Wyoming. We have connections from Riverton to Yellowstone and beyond. We can travel to Washington, Illinois and Arizona, and we do not do it in a covered wagon. We are the story of the west, of transportation and migration and the settlement of the Indian land. We are a part of the story of the Bighorn and Wind River Basins. We are part of the history of tourism in the West, and are a part of the story of the frontier and a borderland that still sticks with us today. We are a family of Swedes who made it to the frontier and yet didn’t lose our memories of the homeland.’ This is the story of the Nostrums of Red Canyon Ranch, of stage stations, and of the unexpected backstories of the American West.” It is, indeed. It is that backstory that led nationally award-winning archaeologists and New York Times bestselling authors, W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O’Neal Gear, to purchase Red Canyon Ranch in 1992. The Gears restored and remodeled the original Nostrum ranch house, dating to 1916, and lived there for eight years. They currently use it as a guesthouse. About 2,100 square feet, the guesthouse has three bedrooms, one full bath and another ½ bath. The main house, known as the Echo House, because of the canyon echoes where the house is sited against the stunning red cliffs, is a custom designed 4,600 square foot log-post-and-beam home with four bedrooms, two offices, one full bath and two ¾ baths. It is designed as a passive solar home with many Saltillo tile floors to store the daily heat that comes in through the large windows. The five wood stove hearths are expertly tiled in colorful Mexican and Talaveras tiles. The ceiling in the formal dining room is done in a style called “viga and latilla,” meaning it’s composed of large logs cross-laid with a herringbone pattern of smaller pine poles. The style dates to around 3,000 years ago, but was especially used by the ancient Anasazi in the American southwest 1,000 years ago. The upstairs office has a 16-foot ceiling with a beautiful log-truss and windows that look out over the meadow and canyon cliffs beyond.RANCH DETAILS:1. Red Canyon Ranch consists of 1,619 acres and has two houses, a main house and a guesthouse. The ranch sits 11 miles outside of the charming town of Thermopolis, Wyoming. The new Thermopolis airport is only 15 miles from the ranch. Thermopolis has one of the top five dinosaur museums in the country, as well as Hot Springs State Park, which boasts the largest mineral hot springs in America, and a bison herd.2. The 2,100 sq. ft., historic guesthouse dates to 1916 and was restored and remodeled in 1993. It has three bedrooms, one full bath, and one half bath, two tiled woodstove hearths, and a covered porch and stone patio for enjoying the vista of the tree-filled creek bottom, which runs beside the guesthouse.3. The 4,600 sq. ft., log post-and-beam, Echo House, is sited against soaring red cliffs. It was built in 2000, has four bedrooms, two offices, five tiled woodstove hearths, and too many custom features to enumerate, including hand-textured walls, a log staircase, unique ceiling features, as well as two porches and approximately 700 sq. ft. of outdoor decks for viewing the wildlife that call the water-filled, canyon bottom home.4. Currently the ranch is used for bison ranching—national trophy-winning bison. Why bison? As of this writing bison calves sell for an average of $3.50 per pound, live weight. In comparison, beef calves sell for about $1.50 per pound. In addition, the bison market is consumer driven, unlike beef, which is manipulated by the large packers. Though Red Canyon Ranch operates solely as a breeding stock operation now, selling live animals, for some time it operated a local meat business independent of the national market with more demand than the owners could supply. The bison meat market is currently about 30% underserved. As a result, bison meat averages around $5.50 per lb., while beef averages around $2.00 per lb. (based on the carcass weight). The ranch is completely fenced with a combination of barbed wire and high-tensile electric wire. During the winter, the bison water at the creeks and springs in the canyon bottom, but in the summer, water is piped from an 800 feet deep well to eleven water tanks spread out across the higher elevation pastures. In total the ranch has 12 fenced pastures. There are two corral systems, one upper and one lower. Top-quality bison handling equipment (Berlinic) fills the lower corral system.5. Red Canyon Ranch is the ultimate in privacy. The next closest house sits seven miles away. It’s a completely sustainable refuge filled with the beauty and solitude of the natural world, but with satellite internet access and a new airport only 15 miles up the road. 
$667,200  •  417 acres
Sheldon Gulch is located between WY28 and HWY 28 near South Pass, Wyoming. This drainage is well protected thus making it a natural funnel for the Elk migration.Tucked away in Sheldon Gulch, this 417 acres consists of a variety of terrain. Slate Creek and Rock Creek both bisect this property from the north from the holding waters. The East half of this property is heavily timbered andborders the National Forest. Driving on WY 28 one will frequently see both Elk and Moose on this property. With Hwy 28 as the southern border, access is great and possibilities are endless!Excellent Mule Deer hunting, Elk unting and Fly Fishing. Only minutes from South Pass which offer 100's of miles of snowmobile and ATV trails. This property would be a great place to build a cabin or second home.For someone looking in the South Pass or Atlantic City area, Sheldon Gulch is a must see!
$528,000  •  9.2 acres
Country to love, this 9.2 acres on the North Fork River just outside of the town of Lander, Wyoming is a rare find.  The 2 bedroom, one bath home of masterfully effective passive solar design, proven comfortable in all seasons and their extremes.  Crafted outside of thick cedar. Inside, all-world carpenters worked in finest woods: aspen from our land, fir and pine from local forests, and America’s remarkable hardwoods.  Exquisite views west to the Wind River Mountains, through picture windows upstairs and down. Rainbows to the east are gorgeous too. You’re out in the country, and still only ten minutes from a major super market. Rare luxuries of water:a) three wells, one at the house, two in the hay fieldb) a warm spring stays open year round, no matter the cold, meaning you never have to worry about watering a horse on this land c) three channels of the river flowing through the land,d) the northern boundary is a certified blue-ribbon Wyoming trout stream with over one hundred yards of river frontage.  With water and electricity established, there is an excellent second site to build the home of your dreams offering mountain views.  A hand crafted horse barn on that parcel still smells new.   This property is blessed with a thousand trees: aspen, cottonwood, spruce, juniper, choke cherry, golden willow, river birch provided rich habitat for deer and elk.   This property can be split as follows:  2 acres and the existing home and a 9 acre building site with river frontage.  Please inquire if interested.
$399,500  •  8.38 acres
River Lane Estate is a rare end of the road property only minutes from town offering complete privacy.  Pulling into the property you will notice the immaculate landscaping found throughout featuring mature trees and a sprinklered lawn.   Fully fenced, this estate is perfect for horses.    There are two homes located on the property, one that can be used as a rental or a guest house.  An unattached heated 30’ x 80’ workshop/garage with four garage doors is equipped with floor drains and excellent lighting.  Several other buildings are positioned to complement the estate and provide additional storage.  There is incredible history that goes along with this property with an original cabin overlooking the river dating all the way back to the 1860’s.  The main house has an open concept feel when you walk in the front door. The kitchen connects to the living room with big beautiful windows featuring views from every angle inside the home.  It has an island with seating, under cabinet lighting and custom countertops. There are 2 bedrooms located on the main level with a full bathroom and another room downstairs that could be a bedroom. There is full bathroom in the basement.  Both bathrooms in the home have heated floors.  The adjacent guest house is close enough, yet far enough away to offer privacy.  It has 2 bedrooms, a full bathroom, living room area, full kitchen and washer and dryer. It has its own beautiful yard surrounded by trees and has an incredible view of the river.   This property is a must see!
Hayden Outdoors

Bill Vacek
40 Moss Rock Road
Lander, WY 82520

Mobile: 307-699-1378