The Mead Ranch in Spring Gulch is one of the most iconic properties in all of Jackson Hole. This legacy ranch land has it all: Teton views; over a mile of private Spring Creek fishing; and a range of homesites with unbeatable ease of access to the Town of Jackson. Steeped in history with 1898 priority water rights, this was one of the first areas homesteaded in Jackson Hole. With extraordinary habitat for elk, mule deer, moose, sandhill cranes, and large raptors, among others, the South end of the property is protected under a perpetual conservation easement. The remaining +/- 64 acres give a buyer a great deal of flexibility with several distinct areas for development and opportunities for additional conservation and habitat enhancement.