Featured Wyoming Ranches, Homes and Land
Rooms: 5 | Bath: 5 | Acres: 160
5186 Road 40, Other
Rooms: 2 | Bath: 2 | Acres: 754
1540 Lane 43, Other
Residential With Acreage
Rooms: 2 | Bath: 2 | Acres: 63.73
191 Cutthroat Trail, Clark
NW Wyoming Real Estate Blog
Take A Scenic Drive From Cody To Yellowstone
Cody's many attractions draw thousands here each year, but for those seeking more, there are two renowned scenic byways that begin their route just outside of town
Moving To Wyoming? Read This First:
Wyoming has been on the shortlist of many out-of-state homebuyers this year, some even signing contracts sight unseen. Here some things that you might want you know BEFORE moving here.
Canyon Real Estate Areas of expertise in NW Wyoming
Canyon Real Estate, LLC, specializes in Cody Wyoming Real Estate, Powell Wyoming Real Estate, Clark Wyoming Real Estate, and Greybull Wyoming Real Estate. Our area includes Northwest Wyoming, the Bighorn Basin, and the towns of Cody, Powell, Clark, Meeteetse, Wapiti, Greybull, and Shell in Park and Big Horn Counties.
Cody Wyoming homes and land for sale
Founded in 1896 by the legendary Colonel William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody, Cody, Wyoming is a welcoming community replete with outdoor adventures, fine dining, distinctive shops, accommodations ranging from rustic to ritzy, and the unparalleled Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Cody's charming Wild West ethos plays happy host to nearly a million visitors every year, providing seasonal rodeos, re-enactments, concerts and more. The heart of Yellowstone Country, Cody is located just 50 miles from the east and 80 miles from the northeast entrances of Yellowstone National Park.
Powell Wyoming homes and land for sale
Located in northwest Wyoming's Big Horn Basin, Powell is surrounded by the Big Horn, Pryor and Absaroka Mountain Ranges. An important early American trading center, Powell was named after Major John Wesley Powell, a renowned geologist and famed explorer of the Rocky Mountain West. Powell's high desert climate supports thriving cattle ranching, mining and agriculture operations. The Homesteaders Museum, Heart Mountain Relocation Center and Interpretive Learning Center, as well as the annual Park County Fair and Wings 'N' Wheels, are beloved attractions for locals and visitors alike.
Clark homes and land for sale
Just 30 miles north of Cody – at the base of the majestic Beartooth Mountains to the north and the Absaroka Range to the south – sits the charming community of Clark, Wyoming in all its naturally idyllic splendor. The Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River, which was named after William Clark of Lewis and Clark and is Wyoming's only federally designated "wild and scenic river", flows out of the Clarks Fork Canyon and meanders through the deep Instagram-worthy valley. While outdoor adventures of every sort are the most popular pastime for locals and visitors, the Clarks Fork Recreation Center hosts a range of entertaining and engaging community activities as well, including an annual rodeo.
Meeteetse homes and land for sale
Wooden boardwalks, watering troughs, hitching posts and century-old buildings are only a small part of the charming appeal of the tiny Old West town of Meeteetse in northwest Wyoming. One of Cody Yellowstone's oldest settlements, Meeteetse means "meeting place" in Shoshone and has long been such for a handful of thriving farms and ranches. It was founded in the 1890s along the banks of the Greybull River, where the beauty of the Absaroka Range greets the rough terrain of the Wyoming Badlands. With an abundance of wildlife, the Meeteetse area boasts excellent fishing, hunting and sightseeing opportunities.
Wapiti homes and land for sale
Situated along the North Fork of the Shoshone River, Teddy Roosevelt's "most scenic 52 miles in America" between Cody and the east entrance of Yellowstone National Park, the unincorporated community of Wapiti is one of the most glorious places in the middle of nowhere. Named after the Cree word for elk, Wapiti boasts more hiking trails than highways. Year-round outdoor adventuring opportunities include river rafting, fishing, climbing, Nordic skiing, mountain biking, snowmobiling and a whole lot more.
Greybull homes and land for sale
The "best kept secret between the Black Hills and Yellowstone National Park", Greybull is a mecca for all things outdoors. Hunting, fishing, hiking and camping opportunities abound throughout the valley confluence of the Bighorn and Greybull rivers and the area is just a short trip from the breathtaking Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area.
Founded in 1906 as an important stop along the railroad, Greybull is named after the sacred albino bison bull said to have roamed the area. While the railroad brought an initial surge of jobs to Greybull, it was the oil discovered in 1915 that doubled the population and secured Greybull's place on the map. Today, agriculture and bentonite mining dominate the local economy.
Call Canyon Real Estate to start you on your journey and help you leave your own unique footprints in our wild and wondrous landscape. Our staff offers over 80 years of combined real estate experience with diverse backgrounds in ranching, land development, finances, banking and more! You will find us located in downtown Cody across from City Hall in an historic 1906 house. From the dramatic Rocky Mountains to the open rolling prairies, Northwest Wyoming has an abundance of recreational opportunities and many western cultural events. We offer hometown, friendly, professional service with old west values. Make your Wyoming move with confidence and let your Western adventure begin.
Whether you are looking for residential houses for sale, vacant land, a Wyoming Ranch for sale or commercial properties, we are available to assist you 7 days a week. Canyon Real Estate, LLC is a member of the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) of Park County, Wyoming and can assist you with any of the properties you find in the MLS. View all of our listings in our new interactive property map:View Property Map
For your enjoyment here's a musical slideshow of Wyoming :Music Slideshow