Vassar Ranch North Dakota
Vassar Ranch North Dakota

Vassar Ranch North Dakota

Nearest Town, Marmarth, North Dakota
2,000 acres
About this property
This 2,000 acre working cattle ranch is a playground for big bucks, great mule deer, whitetail and antelope! With Kit Creek running right through the property, the creek’s tributaries have developed draws and canyons that attract a plethora of deer and other wildlife. The remainder of the land includes rolling hills of hayfields and grazing fields, which the antelope love to spend time in. There are also turkey, pheasants, and an ample amount of prairie dogs, providing access for hunters to seek out whatever species they’d like.

The ranch has two roads one that goes back into the farmstead and another that accesses the eastern point of the property, but overall the land is pretty isolated. The land used to allow access for sportsmen a while ago, but it’s been many years since it was last hunted on. The property adjacent to the land is open for hunting, some of this is BLM land. The neighbors are in a hunting reserve as well.

Baker, MT is about 30 miles away or Bowman, ND is 40 miles aways, all on paved roads. Both towns offer plenty of lodging and dining options.

Hosted by

John V

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Property Details & Ground Rules

  • Check In: After 6:00 AM
  • Check Out: Before 10:00 PM
  • Nearby Interstate: No
  • Nearby Highway: No
  • Nearby Airport: N/A
  • Campfires: Not allowed
  • Pets: Not allowed on property
  • ATV's: Allowed
  • Parking: Yes
  • Vehicles: 3 Allowed
  • Drive-in Access: Yes
  • Walk-in Access: Yes
  • Guests: 6 Allowed

Landowner Rules: No shooting at livestock or toward buildings. Must be aware this is a working cattle and farming operation. Please do not gut animals on farmstead. You may do so in the field but not by house.

Cancellation Policy: Refunds are only available within 48 hours of the landowner accepting your booking request.

Landowner

Hosted by

John V

Response rate: 80%

Location

Hosted by

John V