Diamond B Ranch

Powell , Wyoming | Park County | 160 Acres

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Situated in the small community of Clark at the base of the rugged Beartooth Mountains, is the Diamond B Ranch. With 160 deeded acres, this ranch meets most any land enthusiasts expectations. Exceptional recreational opportunities surround this ranch.

Not only is the Diamond B Ranch vast in beauty, it also possesses numerous other attributes including 122 irrigated acres watered by pivot and gated pipe.
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The ranch possesses numerous other attributes including approximately 122 irrigated acres watered by pivot and gated pipe. Roundup Ready Alfalfa was planted in May of 2021 which will provide excellent production.


Built in 1920 the originally ranch home has been recently updated to highlight the beautiful craftsmanship from its original era but all the updated amenities to make this ranch home comforting. Everything has been updated from the exterior siding and windows to the gorgeous granite countertops and original hard wood floors.  The home features 2,457 sq ft. with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Numerous other outbuildings have been updated such as a concrete barn, detached garage, and a tool crib.  Also, included is a remodeled one bedroom, one bathroom guest house that served as a post office in Clark according to the owner. The ranch is currently being operated as a working ranch but has many different potential uses. New cattle working facilities built in 2020 along with horse runs and outdoor roping arena.  There are new metal corrals and new automatic waters. The ranch also features 3 full RV hookups. This ranch provides land, privacy and 360 degree views of the Absaroka and Beartooth Mountains. Enjoy the abundant wildlife, hiking, fishing and recreational opportunities in the nearby Clarks Fork Canyon.


Clark, Wyoming, where the grandeur of the rugged Beartooth Mountains loom majestically over the sage covered prairie is situated 30 miles north of Cody.  The Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River, Wyoming’s only federally designated ‘wild and scenic river’ flows out of the Clarks Fork Canyon and meanders through the valley.  The Clarks Fork Canyon is the division between the Beartooth Mountains to the north and the Absaroka Mountains to the south.  The Beartooth Mountains were glacier formation, thus being an older range.   Looking west when you turn into Clark, from the Canyon south, the mountains you see are Bald Peak, Bald Ridge, Trout Peak, Pat O’Hara and Heart Mountain. There are three drainages to the north of the canyon, Little Rock Creek, Bennett Creek and Line Creek coming out of the Beartooth Mountains.  There are three public accesses to the Shoshone National Forest offering endless recreational opportunities.  Clark encompasses approximately 193 square miles with about 400+- residents.  Clark is in the Powell School District.  There is a small K-4 elementary school in Clark.  After completion at the elementary school, they are bused to Powell about 25 miles.  Many Native America tribes hunting the area and evidence of Tipi rings can be seen along the Clarks Fork River south of the Canyon.

Winters are moderately mild, with elevation averages of approximately 4,500 feet (1,400 m). The area is semi-arid high desert sagebrush plains with little rain or snowfall, averaging less than 10” per year, as the bordering mountains squeeze much of the moisture from the atmosphere.


Clark is 30 miles north of Cody, the rodeo capital of the world and home to many western cultural events. The Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River flows through the valley offering excellent fishing. This ranch is conveniently located near the Wyoming/Montana state line.  Chief Joseph Scenic Highway which is one of the most scenic highways in America is a twenty minute drive from the Ranch.  The area is rich in history and lavish in beauty. It is an easy scenic drive to Yellowstone National Park and many other numerous recreational opportunities within the Yellowstone ecosystem.