Kara Creek Ranch is a genuine working property in north east Wyoming offering seasonal working programme of cattle drives in Spring and Autumn plus regular work throughout the summer.
Kara Creek Ranch in north east Wyoming is a genuine Working Ranch. They run between 2500 and 3000 head of mainly Black Angus cattle.
The ranch is located 16 miles from the historic town of Sundance and it lies alongside the banks of the Inyan Kara Creek, the crystal clear mountain stream discovered in 1874 by General Custer’s expedition.
Like all true agricultural enterprises, everything that happens on the ranch revolves around the seasons but the main activity at Kara Creek is cattle management much of which will be on horseback.
We have first-hand knowledge from our many ranch visits, so please contact us with any questions or for a ranch holiday to suit you.
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