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Located on the western edge of the beautiful Black Hills of northeastern Wyoming where the timber opens up into the rolling grasslands, this scenic 4,946± acre ranch offers a unique balance of productive grazing and hay ground with extensive timbered draws which provide excellent hunting opportunities.


The Buttes View Ranch is located approximately 28 miles north of Moorcroft, Wyoming and 26 miles west of Hulett, Wyoming just off the New Haven Road.To access the Ranch from Moorcroft WY, take US Hwy 14 north 20.5 miles. Then turn left onto County Rd 16 which is Cabin Creek Rd. Proceed 12 miles north to New Haven–Oshoto Road and veer right; proceed 7.2 miles to the private road that accesses the ranch; turn right and proceed approximately 3.5 miles to the ranch headquarters.

Towns and cities in proximity to the ranch are as follows:

  • Hulett, WY (pop. 383) 26 miles east
  • Moorcroft, WY (pop. 1,009) 42 miles south
  • Sundance, WY (pop. 1,052) 49 miles southeast
  • Spearfish, SD (pop. 13,500) 82 miles southeast
  • Gillette, WY (pop. 23,423) 71 miles southwest
  • Rapid City, SD (pop. 59,607) 128 miles southeast


Consisting of a total of approximately 5,066± acres: 4,946± deeded acres plus 120± acres of State of Wyoming land leased. The ranch features approximately 300 acres of tillable land, most of which is in hay production or in cover crops. The balance of the ranch is made up of pine and oak tree-covered hills and draws that are flanked by productive rolling hills and the Little Missouri River bottoms. Carrying capacity will vary depending on weather condition and management practices


The State of Wyoming lease (No. 2-5658) that is included in the ranch consists of 120± acres. State of Wyoming lease are renewable every ten (10) years with an annual payment due each year. The annual payments are assessed per AUM of each lease with the cost per AUM varying year to year as determined by the Office of Land and Investments for the State of Wyoming. You may contact the Wyoming Office of State Lands for further information.


Wyoming Elk Unit 116, Deer & Antelope Unit 1, Turkey is also Unit 1 – Hunt application deadlines as of 2023 are as follows: Resident Application Period for – Elk, Deer & Antelope is January 3rd thru May 31st & Spring Turkey is January 3rd thru January 31st. Non-Resident Application Period -Elk & Spring Turkey is Jan. 3rd thru Jan. 31st. Deer and Antelope is Jan. 3rd thru May 31st. Link to Wyoming Game and Fish Site for all their current regulations and information.


The main residence is a 1997 27’X68’ mobile home with four bedrooms, two baths as well as a 720 sq. ft. deck.
Other outbuilding and barns include:

  • 2015 40’x64’ Insulated pole building with a full concrete floor and power.
  • 1986 30’x80’ pole building with 16’x12’ lean-to and a 12’x24’ lean-to.
  • 1977 26’x60’ pole building
  • 1975 22’x58’ wood barn
  • 1976 26’x48’ pole building
  • Hunting cabin
  • Numerous other sheds and a functional set of working corrals.


Electricity– Powder River Energy
Communications – Cellular service is available via Verizon and other carriers.
Phone- Range
Internet – Dish or Starlink
Television – Dish
Water – Private Well
Sewer – Private Septic

NOTE: Starlink is now available in this area which would provide high speed internet, TV and cell service for your Verizon and other carriers. You may click on this link for additional information about Starlink and the cost.


There is an electric well located at the ranch headquarters that supplies water to the home and surrounding barns and corrals. In addition, there are two artesian wells located on the ranch that provide livestock water along with 18 reliable pits, nine reservoirs and approximately 2 miles of the Little Missouri River which is supplemented by a flowing well.


This ranch has been responsibly managed for trophy quality deer and boosts a very healthy mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope and elk population. The alfalfa fields draw and hold good numbers of these game animals. With the additional 120 acres of State Land and 717 acres of BLM that border this property, you have access to over 5,703 acres for hunting. The ranch also has exceptional hunting for Merriam’s Turkey. Both ducks and geese can be hunted on the various ponds and tanks and depending on the weather the dove hunting can also be very good. Other wildlife that are native to the area include coyotes, badgers, mountain lions, black bear, bobcats, fox, prairie dogs and some upland game birds.

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