Wyoming Land for Sale

  • 284 Acres in Wyoming

    $3,000,000, 284 Acres , 1718 State Highway 339, Sheridan, Wyoming

    Taylors Tongue River Ranch owns both sides of the iconic Tongue River for almost a mile as

  • 43 Acres in Wyoming

    $45,000, 43 Acres , , Goshen, Wyoming

    Beautiful place to build your new home on, lots of protection from the rolling hills , sca

  • 40 Acres in Wyoming

    $65,000, 40 Acres , , Goshen, Wyoming

    Lot has a very nice view of Laramie Peak to the west. The back side of the lot is very rug

  • 40 Acres in Wyoming

    $87,950, 40 Acres , , Goshen, Wyoming

    Nice lot with flat land to rolling hills with moderate trees. Would be ideal for a home si

  • 40 Acres in Wyoming

    $54,000, 40 Acres , , Goshen, Wyoming

    Rolling native grass covered building lot for your new home and other ventures you plan. G

  • 43 Acres in Wyoming

    $89,999, 43 Acres , , Goshen, Wyoming

    Nice lot located next to Coyote Trail near the SE corner of the ranch. This lot has flat t

  • 10 Acres in Wyoming

    $129,000, 10 Acres , 15 Cutthroat Drive, Fremont, Wyoming

    This 10 acre lot close to town is perfect for you to arrive for a summer evening under the

  • 0.48 Acres in Wyoming

    $325,000, 0.48 Acres , 1202 Main Street, Goshen, Wyoming

    This Torrington business has been a community staple for 40 years. Its time to retire. Pro

  • 0 Acres in Wyoming

    $199,000, 1304 E. 13th Ave, Goshen, Wyoming

    Super business set up. 45 X 75 Steel building, concrete floor, over head doors, heat, inte

  • 37.23 Acres in Wyoming

    $315,000, 37.23 Acres , 16061 Poison Spider Road, Natrona, Wyoming

    The wide-open views from this property of the mountains & plains are second to none. Locat

  • 0 Acres in Wyoming

    $175,000, 1701 East F. St, Goshen, Wyoming

    Currently a church but has potential for a new business opportunity. Includes UGS, paved p

  • 2.55 Acres in Wyoming

    $375,000, 2.55 Acres , 172 Rock Ridge, Goshen, Wyoming

    This is a great 4 bedroom family home on 2.5 acres with a 3 car garage with a heated 30X30

  • 10.19 Acres in Wyoming

    $1,490,000, 10.19 Acres , 18 Vee Bar Ranch Rd., Albany, Wyoming

    18 Vee Bar Ranch Rdisan opportunity to have it all!This luxury 10 acreestate is situated o

  • 3 Acres in Wyoming

    $145,000, 3 Acres , Soda Springs, 0, Wyoming

    If you are looking for a private beautiful lot with pine trees to build a cabin on this is

  • 0 Acres in Wyoming

    $120,000, 2110 West A. Street, Goshen, Wyoming

    This charming historic cottage home is ready to move into. 2 bedrooms, remodeled kitchen a

  • 0 Acres in Wyoming

    $160,000, 2209 East H. Street, Goshen, Wyoming

    This is a very well built brick home with a two car attached garage, covered/screened in p


The first national park in the world was established in Wyoming Territory in 1872 when Yellowstone National Park was created. Ten miles south the Grand Teton National Park was born in 1929. All told the federal government protects 18 million pristine acres in western Wyoming. And despite the fact the national and state governments own 54% of the Cowboy State there are still land-buying opportunities in the shadow of these spectacular parks. The one-of-a-kind views are priced accordingly - undeveloped sites in Teton County can cost $100,000 an acre and more.

Wyoming is the least populated state in the Union and some 91% of its land is classified as rural. Cheyenne is the largest metropolitan area with one in every six Wyomingites living there, The residents are herded into the far southeast corner of the state and Cheyenne is the least centrally located capital city in America.

It is no coincidence that Butch Cassidy and his Wild Bunch outlaw gang chose Wyoming to escape detection in the late 1800s. Their Hole-in-the-Wall hideout is the only break in a red sandstone escarpment that runs for fifty miles through the Big Horn Mountains. One hundred years later the trailhead to reach the Hole-in-the-Wall is still 32 miles from Interstate 25 and any services, reached mostly on a primitive two-track road that passes through many livestock gates that must be opened and closed. Then it requires a hike over uneven terrain for 2.5 miles. That is what land is like in Wyoming.

Wyoming is where the Great Plains mingle with the Rocky Mountains. The first settlers used the land mostly for ranching but mineral extraction is the main commercial activity these days. America pulls more coal from the ground in Wyoming than anywhere else. Subsurface mineral rights precede surface rights so investigate above and below ground when looking at Wyoming land.