Located in Idaho’s wild and scenic Henry’s Fork Basin in the heart of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the Fall River Ranch is truly one of the region’s hidden gems. The farming and ranching community of Ashton, Idaho, is 12 miles away and is accessed year round via maintained county roads and highway. Bordering public lands on three boundaries, these 603 acres comprised of open meadows, rolling hills and timbered hillsides, create the ideal setting for a uniquely private ranch retreat. Originating in Yellowstone National Park, one mile of the wild freestone Fall River bisects the ranch as it flows out of the Targhee National Forest on its way to the confluence of the famous Henry’s Fork River, approximately 22 miles downstream. The ranch boasts a custom 4,800 sqft, 4-bedroom, 4-bath lodge-style home set along the banks of the Fall River, complete with gourmet kitchen, master wing and spectacular water and mountain views in every direction. Enjoy the private steel bridge over the Fall River connecting the main home and equestrian barn to the riverside guesthouse. Fall River Ranch provides endless recreation onsite with plentiful river frontage, surrounding national forest and private riding, hiking and biking trails along the ranch’s four miles of developed paths.
Located in a mecca of trophy trout streams including the Henry’s Fork, the South Fork of the Snake and Montana’s Madison River, there are tremendous fishing opportunities all within 45 minutes or less. This region is known for its abundant wildlife including elk, mule deer, moose, bear, wolves and other native species. With convenient access to Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park outside of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the Fall River Ranch represents the ultimate sporting ranch and family retreat. This is a pristine setting with unique natural resources and neighboring forest; therefore the Fall River Ranch is a haven for wildlife and world-class trout fishing.
Fall River Ranch represents a one of a kind legacy family retreat with a private steel bridge spanning the width of the Fall River. The bridge offers a unique feature not found on any other private ranch along the Fall River, thus providing added privacy and creating tremendous conservation easement value and additional home sites for an incoming owner. The ranch will also benefit from an extensive stream stabilization and trout habitat enhancement project along the banks of the Fall River. Some minor construction remodel projects are underway in addition to landscaping and aesthetic improvements. SRC will look to improve on the already healthy big game and wildlife components by strategically planting alfalfa and wildlife food plots throughout the ranch.