Holter Lake Cabin, Montana
Property Types: Waterfront, Home, Cabin, Recreational
Activities & Amenities
- Off Street
Sun rays are kissing your twinkling toes that are kicked up on your lounge chair. The air is pristine and is filled with aromas of pine. Your sunglasses send the sun beams bouncing back to the sparkling Holter Lake. You take the stairs down to the stone pathway surrounded by lush green grass that then leads to a dock floating on welcoming waters. Swaying gently with the waves and bumping the dock is a 21’ Pontoon boat that comes with the property. As you climb on board, the mountainous scenery takes your breath away. Throttle up and the fresh Montana air is blowing through your hair. This must be too good to be true! A lake utopia, this manufactured home with a metal roof includes the Pontoon boat and several appliances as well. You will feel like you hit the jack pot when you see the clean, well-taken care of home and then step out to the expansive back porch that opens up to the emerald Holter Lake. Recreational opportunities are boundless. Fishing, swimming, boating, tubing, wildlife viewing, and hiking are all literally out your back door. In addition, there is an organized shed to store your water and fishing gear. This lakefront property will not last long so be sure to take the steps forward to start living out your dreams!
Lewis and Clark County has a small community named Wolf Creek that is located along Interstate 15, 28 miles north of Helena, the state capital. As you are winding through the Wolf Creek Canyon, the scenery is beautiful, and Wolf Creek is a perfect resting place before taking on the many adventures that the area provides. Nearby, the Missouri River widens into Holter Lake Reservoir in which there are 140 campsites, 3 swimming areas, and 4800 acres of boating, water skiing, and fishing opportunities. To the southeast of Wolf Creek, Hauser Lake Reservoir holds some record sized Kokanee Salmon, Rainbow and Brown trout, Walleye, and Perch. Enjoy a boat ride detailing the adventures of Lewis and Clark and hear how the Gates of the Mountains were named by Meriwether Lewis himself. This gorgeous scenic area definitely boasts the beauties and undefined natural wonders of Montana.