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Perhaps hitting the recreational paradise jackpot is what you have been holding out for. Well check your numbers, because this 108+ acre property opens out to gentle rolling hills, buttes, and pasture land offering stunning views of the Judith Mountains. Under the Big Sky, this property lies at an elevation of 3,350 feet and is in close proximity to the Snowy Mountains and the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument as well. Adventure can be found in every direction or grab a group of friends, atvs, or horses and hunt in an area that is considered some of the best elk hunting in the state of Montana. Hunting district 410 and nearby districts of 411 and 412 area are all limited draw areas for trophy management. This acreage additionally provides access to thousands of acres of BLM lands to hike, explore, and hunt duplicating how it was back when it was the Wild West. Currently, the only access is through the BLM land, so why not revel in peace and solitude while not having to worry about vehicles or people disrupting the serene sounds of nature. Deer hunting is prevalent as well as upland bird with many species to take aim at. What an area to experience so many different outdoor activities! The War Horse National Wildlife Refuge is nearby as a refuge and breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife. It is also open to the public for hunting and wildlife viewing. Cash in on a rare opportunity to own land in the middle of Montana and find your center in nature while enjoying all it has to offer!
Lewistown, Montana is a centrally located town in Fergus County and enchants with its authentic community and proximity to five mountain ranges: the Snowies, the Judiths, the Moccasins, the Belts, and the Highwoods. These ranges encompass Lewistown and supply many recreational activities to locals and tourists traveling through. The town is clean, and streets are tree-lined and maintained along with many well-preserved historic businesses and homes. Although it is predominately an agricultural community, it is a premier destination for fishing, hiking, hunting, and biking. This area does not lack in things to do. Camping, fishing, hiking, and boating is available at Ackley Lake. Hunt for big game or hunt for fossils at Judith Peak in the Judith Mountains! Picnic and swim at the world’s largest natural warm spring with 50,000 gallons of water rising up from the earth every minute of every day. Experience an authentic train ride and eat delicious entrees on the Charlie Russell Chew Choo Dinner Train. Venture out to camp, canoe, and hike at Crystal Lake. Hike the rugged trail up to the ice caverns and be part of an elite crowd that has accomplished it! See what life was like back in the mining times at the Gilt Edge, Kendall, and Maiden Ghost towns. Listen for the spine-tingling sound of elk bugling and watch the bull guard his cows at Slippery Ann Elk viewing area.
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