Washakie County

Washakie County lies in Wyoming’s southern Bighorn Basin cupped by mountains: the Absarokas on the west, the Owl Creeks to the south and the Bighorns to the east. These mountains, however, are not included in the county, except for a small portion of the Bighorn Range. The terrain is comparatively flat. The main stream is the Bighorn River, flowing north to the Yellowstone. Significant tributaries within the county are the Nowood River, Nowater Creek, Gooseberry Creek and Fifteenmile Creek. Washakie County badlands west of Ten Sleep. Todd Hepler photo. Washakie County badlands west of Ten Sleep. Todd Hepler photo. The elevation is approximately 4,000 feet, which allows a longer growing season for agriculture than is common in much of Wyoming. Little rain falls, however, so farming depends on irrigation. Native vegetation is grass and sagebrush on the plains and timber along the creeks and in the mountains. 

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Average Price $1.2M
Lowest Price $0
Highest Price $8M
Total Listings 13
Avg. Price/SQFT $504

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