You want isolation? Do you just have a need for getting a way? Do you love all things outdoors including hiking, camping, or just overall outdoorsy? Do you embody the do-it-yourself spirit? Maybe you are just in need of a large tract of land with the pure embalming of epic and rugged terrain, with majestic landscapes that range from beautiful peaks to wide-open plains. If you have been on the fence about finding a good affordable land in Douglas, Wyoming then this is your chance to do so!
You get to enjoy very little annual taxes on this 40 acre tract, on top of this there is no state income tax, very low sales tax, and best of all NO TRAFFIC!
This land is off the beaten path and per the County, you will need to apply for a public road with the Board of County Commissioners, as this parcel does not currently have a legal access. You will have to get an easement in order to gain access to the land. There are some road trails nearby that lead to the land and will require a 4×4 vehicle and maybe a walking trail.
You can buy your essentials nearby at Safeway-Douglas, which is about 26.9 Miles (Driving Directions), Safeway is a much bigger chain store and you’ll also have the convenience of going to nearby Douglas Grocery which is independently owned.
Land is located near the small town of Douglas, Wyoming. This area has become an energy boom in the past couple of years. This in short has caused a real estate boom with average houses going for above $200’s.
Douglas was platted in 1886 when the Wyoming Central Railway established a railway station that today houses the local visitors center and chamber of commerce. Historic houses from the heyday of railroads and big cattlemen can be seen across the community. The tale of early day business is told in the brick façade of downtown merchants.
The Douglas area is home to one of the nation’s first traveler destinations. Ayres Natural Bridge, just a short drive west, was a spot of reprieve for immigrants along the Oregon Trail beginning in the mid-1880s. A natural rock archway spans LaPrele Creek resulting in unmatched views. Today the area is managed as a park and includes picnic tables, playground equipment, hiking trails, a nice fishing hole, camping and ample scenery. It’s the perfect place for a little rest and relaxation!
Within just a short drive of the Douglas community, one can truly enjoy life on MOUNTAIN TIME.
Esterbrook, Wyoming, located at the base of Laramie Peak just a short drive south of Douglas, offers breathtaking views, the wide-open vistas where buffalo once roamed. The community serves as a gateway to thousands of acres of public land available for camping, outdoor recreation and the public’s enjoyment.
Equally popular is Ayres Natural Bridge, a county park that lies a short drive west of Douglas. Carved by the hands of Mother Nature, the rock archway spans LaPrele Creek. Towering rimrocks surround the park that features camping, playgrounds, hiking trails, fishing, wading and volleyball pits. Learn More.
What Can Be Built on the Land? Per County, There are no such restrictions
Can you camp on the property? Yes, Per County, need to follow the Department of Fire Prevention guidelines for spacing. There are no time limitations for allowable stays.
RV’s allowed on the property? Yes, Per County, need to follow the Department of Fire Prevention guidelines for spacing. There are no time limitations for allowable stays.
Are Mobile homes allowed on property? Yes, Per County, There are no such restrictions
IMPORTANT: We are not aware of building requirements or restrictions. Buyer must still do their own due diligence and contact municipalities directly for building requirements and/or restrictions before buying this land.
Land Size: 40 Acres
Legal Description: NE4NW4: S11 T32 R69: 40.00 ACRES
Property Taxes: $228.55
Title: Free & Clear
Zoning: No Zoning
Water: Would have to drill a well. Permit can be obtain form Wyoming State Engineer’s Office 307-276-3870 – (Website)
Gas: Would have to contact Blakeman, Orin Jcn, WY, Blue Flame Propane, Inc. (307-287-6409) or Brothers Propane LLC (307-358-4428)
Waste: Would have to contact Razn Kain Sanitation (307-267-7598) or EXPRESS DISPOSALS (307-359-6305)
Utilities Notes: Utilities maybe hard to obtain due to location
Converse County Planning & Zoning Department: 307-358-1990 (Website)
Converse County Treasurer’s Office: 307-358-3120 (Website)
Converse County Recorder Office: 307-358-2244 (Website)
Things to Do
50 Minutes – Douglas Railroad Interpretive Museum At Locomotive Park – 25.2 Miles – (Driving Directions)
51 Minutes – Jackalope Square – 25.1 Miles – (Driving Directions)
52 Minutes – Douglas Motorsports Park- 34.9 Miles – (Driving Directions)
1 Hour 28 Minutes – Esterbrook, Wyoming – 53.4 Miles – (Driving Directions)
2 Hour 3 Minutes – Laramie Peak – 79.9 Miles – (Driving Directions)
1 Hour 31 Minutes – Casper, Wyoming – 74.7 Miles – (Driving Directions)
Address & Coordinates
You can view the land anytime provided that it’s available
The actual address as it appears on tax record is: 1547 E ANTELOPE RD, DOUGLAS, WY 82633 (Google Map)
Step 1: Contact us to get a Purchase Agreement
Step 2: Once all parties have signed. A $1,000 deposit required with escrow and closing agent. You’ll need to come up with rest of the funds at the time of closing.
Step 3: Await title company to come back clean/clear. Usually takes 10-15 days to process title.
Step 4: Once all is complete, you’re land owner!