Lincoln County, Wyoming Land Information
Lincoln County is an enormous 4,095-square-mile expanse that lies along the Wyoming/Idaho border. Hosting a population of nearly 20,000 residents, the county is home to numerous natural amenities. The Caribou-Targhee National Forest spans more than 3 million acres and offers camping and a range of year-round recreation opportunities. Lake Alice is a 3-mile, 230-acre waterfront that offers hiking opportunities and scenic views. Throughout Lincoln County, residents have numerous opportunities to hike, hunt, camp, fish, and boat. Almost 8,300 acres of land were listed for sale in Lincoln County recently; the total value of all Lincoln County farms
for sale was more than $211 million. Lincoln County ranks 18th in Wyoming based on the overall acres for sale here. Lincoln County is Wyoming's 11th largest county (4,076 square miles). Lincoln County is in Wyoming's Southwest region. Crops like wheat and hay are the main focus of farms located in Lincoln County. Mining and mineral extraction-related services are the main economic drivers in this part of Wyoming. To find more land, farms and other rural property for sale in Wyoming
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