$2,100,000   •   700 Acres

Check out this very private 700 acre property located off Deadhorse Road with live water, ponderosa pines and hardwood lined creek bottom. The South side of the property is bound by Deadhorse Road and there is 4 strand barbed wire fence surrounding the majority of the property. This would make a great location for a weekend recreation getaways or your forever home with excellent recreation and agricultural potential. Land The terrain on  property is mountainous with  hardwood bottoms along the creek and some of the canyons, Ponderosa Pines and native grass community.   There is live water of Deadhorse Creek running for approximately 1/3 of a mile  on the southwest corner that offers fresh water for wildlife and livestock.  The high points of the ranch offer some rock outcrops and the valleys are full of lush grasses.   The place really lives much bigger than the 700 acres that it consists of with all the large ridges and valleys.  The undulating terrain and  foresting gives the sensation you are in the mountains somewhere farther west. The high elevations on the ranch reaching 4250′ offer 360 degree views of the beautiful surrounding areas. Improvements There is a newly constructed corral along the south border of the ranch with easy access to Deadhorse Road. Recreation The Pine Ridge of Nebraska is known for its high quality hunting opportunities for elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, Rocky Mountain big horn sheep, Merriams Turkey, mountain lion and Pronghorn antelope who all call the Deadhorse Creek Ranch home.  There is plenty of open country and terrain for ATV and UTV enthusiasts as well as the horseback riding  folks. The area is rich in history and has many attractions such as Fort Robinson State Park,  Soldier Creek Wilderness Area,  Toadstool State Park, Oglala National Grasslands,  Old West Trail Days Rodeo and Peabody Hale Fiddle Contest, Mari Sandoz Wacipi Pow Wow and the Fur Trade Days Rendezvous. Hunters will find a good mix of wildlife on the property that include mule deer, whitetail deer, Merriams turkey, coyotes, bobcats,  the occasional elk and mountain lion all call place home.   The Pine Ridge area is good for all kinds of recreation, from hunting , fishing , hiking and horseback riding.   The Soldier Creek Wilderness and Fort Robinson State Park offer hunting and trails that you can hike and horseback ride as well.  Additionally Fort Robinson is a destination for tourists to visit the old fort and see what it was like to live in an outpost army fort. Lake Whitney and  Box Butte Reservoir are also close by offering fishing and water sports. Agriculture Currently the property is owner rated at 55 pairs for approximately There is approximately 150 acres of hay production with excellent native grass hay production.  Annual production averages 350- 400 round bales. History Dawes County is noted for it beautiful pine forest ridges and for being home to the historic Fort Robinson, the “Outpost of the Plains” that was established by the United States Army in 1874. Today, Fort Robinson is one of Nebraska’s most popular tourist and vacation attractions. In the 1870s, the area that would become Dawes County was inhabited by two large divisions of the Sioux tribe. The Brules were located at the Spotted Tail agency on the White River, while the Ogalalas were at the Red Cloud agency just east of Fort Robinson. Toward the end of the 1870s and into the 1880s, cattlemen came to the area to lay out ranches. Today there are still plenty of cattle ranches, but the ranchers have also employed many farming practices to increase the ability to utilize there lands. The area is also known to hold large fossil remains of dinosaurs and ancient bison as well as other prehistoric creatures. Location Located within the beautiful Pine Ridge , Deadhorse Creek Ranch sits approximately 20 minutes southwest of Chadron, Nebraska.


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Clay Owens
Clay Owens

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