Named after the spring fed Steele Creek that cuts through the 1,867-acre property, this working ranch hearkens back to the days when cattlemen first came to these open range lands in the 1860s.
The nearest town is Buffalo, Wyo., 30 miles away. In between, is open space and great physical beauty.
One of the ranch's biggest attractions is the 11,000 square-foot log-and-river rock main house, which boasts views of the Big Horn Mountains. Among other features, it has an indoor pool, a fourth floor game room and a basement den.
Steele Creek provides year round water for livestock, as well as wild game like elk, deer and turkey. There are also a number of outbuildings including a custom built log cabin and a big steel shed with concrete flooring, useful for storing ranch equipment.