Situated in the South Fork of the Shoshone River Valley, 40 miles southwest of Cody, Wyoming, is the Lazy Bar F Ranch. Comprised of 152 deeded acres, including 50 acres of river bottom, 30 acres of meadows and 72 acres of pasture, this ranch has a variety of unique terrain. It offers diverse habitat for wildlife, including elk, moose, pronghorn, mule deer, mountain lions and the occasional grizzly bear or wolf. Surrounded by public land on three sides, the property offers privacy and peace unrivaled by other ranches. The South Fork of the Shoshone River runs along the property for approximately one mile and two small creeks complement the river, providing excellent onsite fishing opportunities for rainbow, brook and brown trout. Naturally appealing irrigated meadows, some of which are used for hay production, are scattered throughout the ranch. Year-round accessibility offers the opportunity to live on the ranch full time, or one could make this a summer vacation home. Improvements include guest cabins, a lodge, a 2-bedroom managers cabin and an elevated owners home with big mountain views. An end-of-the-road ranch in one of Wyomings most spectacular valleys that is surrounded by remote and beautiful wilderness, Lazy Bar F Ranch features amazing scenery and historic buildings, combined with authentic ranching traditions, secluded mountain living, private streams and one mile of the South Fork of the Shoshone River. Lazy Bar F offers two small creeks as well as private, year-round world-class fly fishing on one mile of the South Fork of the Shoshone River, one of the most underfished rivers in the Yellowstone area. The South Fork originates in the Washakie Wilderness Area and winds out of the Absaroka Range through almost 25 miles of public land. Wade fishing is great June through October for cutthroats, rainbows and brook trout ranging from 8 to 12 inches. In the fall, there are large browns who make their way into the upper sections of the South Fork to spawn.