Location This unique 18,800-acre piece of Wyoming history is located just southwest of Cheyenne.
The city of
Cheyenne purchased 17,000 acres of property in 2003, adding an
additional 1,800 acres in 2005 in coordination with The Nature
Conservancy and Larimer County, Colorado. Commonly known as the "Big
Hole," this property includes dramatic views and spectacular cultural
and natural resources.
This portion of the property is protected under a conservation agreement
held by The Nature Conservancy and bridges publicly-owned lands in
Wyoming with over 33,000 acres of protected lands in Northern Colorado.
The Belvoir Ranch Master Plan will help guide the city's management of
this valuable public asset.