Our large ranch is located on the Nebraska/Wyoming Border. Sportsmen can expect wide-open plains and choppy sandstone rock outcroppings, which fill the landscape and surround our irrigated alfalfa hay fields.
Hunters in years past have enjoyed very high success rates due to our abundant antelope population.
Our 2021 hunts were fully booked. Thank you to Landtrust.com for helping us achieve this goal! We're hoping to do the same thing for this year so please check our posting for our 2022 Bookings.
Camping is allowed on the property or hotel lodging is available in Harrison (14 miles).
We look forward to hosting your next hunting trip!
The antelope population is very strong. Multiple groups of 10-20 in the fields and pastures every time I've been there!
LandTrust Field Rep
Frequently Asked Questions
Property Details & Ground Rules
- Check In: After 12:00 AM
- Check Out: Before 12:00 AM
- Nearby Interstate: No
- Nearby Highway: No
- Nearby Airport: N/A
- Campfires: Not allowed
- Pets: Not allowed on property
- ATV's: Allowed
- Parking: Yes
- Vehicles: 2 Allowed
- Drive-in Access: Yes
- Walk-in Access: Yes
- Guests: 2 Allowed
Landowner Rules: This is a working cattle ranch. Owner will be conducting normal ranch activities as such both parties will be respectful of each other. Close any gates that you might open. Care should be taken to ensure no broadheads are lost/left on hay field, as these can not end up in our cattle's feed. Absolutely NO fires.
Cancellation Policy: Refunds are only available within 48 hours of the landowner accepting your booking request.
The Grays have an awesome property with lots of antelope (and coyotes!) running around. Hunted for two full days and passed up some small bucks waiting on the Big One - who I saw running around the property but never got a chance. The Grays are incredibly gracious hosts, and I will be going back again. Recommend spending at least 3 full days, and 4 if you can swing it to get the antelope you want.Reviewed by Guest on October 2021LGLevi G
Mark was a joy to host and great to interact with. He was very respectful of our land and ranching operation. We would be happy to welcome Mark again in the future.Reviewed by Landowner on October 2021