The Borderline Ranch is a remote area of Wyoming, 60 miles north of Gillette, Wyoming (pop 32,000). The small community of Recluse (pop 160) is about 25 miles to the southwest. This is a beautiful area of rolling hills with lots of pine trees, interesting rock outcroppings and lots of wildlife. It is only 2 or 3 miles south of the Montana state line. Parcel 7 has lots of pine trees on it and is only a few hundred yards from power. Linen lane is the access road that gets you up onto a ridge to give you some elevated build sites with great panoramic views. There is a lot of wildlife in the area such as antelope, turkeys, mule deer, and Elk along with good upland bird hunting. The Keyhole reservoir is about 80 miles southeast and has fantastic pike and walleye fishing. Lake DeSmet is southwest about 110 miles and has good Trout and Walleye fishing as well. This area is also well know for Hunting some of the Biggest and Best Mule Deer in the nation. The Thunder Basin National Grasslands are to the southeast where the antelope still roam in large numbers. This hidden gem of an area in northeast Wyoming offers rolling hills, private canyons and valleys with Ponderosa Pine Trees and Cedars to make for lots of seclusion. There are several nice building sites on this property with good access via a private maintained road. If your looking for a quiet escape to get away from it all and enjoy country living, this is the place for you. Mild covenants, but no HOA for enforcement. Adjoining 35 acres to the west is also available.
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