Lloyd Road Ranch, Montana
Property Types: Vacant Land, Farms, Ranches, Recreational
Activities & Amenities
It’s a feeling only some can relate to: the warmth of the sun caressing your face, the gentle breeze whishing through your hair, an outcry from an overhead hawk soaring high to catch a glimpse of his next meal, the clouds lazily floating by, the antelope quickly raising his head from grazing the native grasses to observe the passersby. For most, it becomes a dream to own land and maintain it as a homestead or acres to roam in search of the prized elk or deer to hunt. The rolling hills consisting of 320 acres have no covenants so let your dreams formulate into a reality. Drive and park your camper for some recreating. Build a hunting cabin. Build a dream home! Bring the horses or invest in raising some cattle. Draw a coveted tag for elk or seize the nearby Missouri River that offers up fishing, floating, or water fun in the sun. Escape to the Bear Paw Mountains and fill up your days with memories of voyages through forests and campfires with smores. The adventure of the great outdoors can be yours!
Located along the Hi-Line sits Chinook, Montana, a small, nostalgic community and home of the Sugarbeeters mascot. Chinook is the county seat of Blaine County and located on Lodge Creek where it empties into the Milk River. Its name means “warm wind” as farmers and ranchers historically depended on these warm chinook winds as a means of survival. In the 1920s, the town held a massive sugarbeet factory which inspired the mascot. The Sugarbeeter mascot ranked #2 out of 100 for the strangest mascots according to Mr. Jay Leno! You’ll find that the town is welcoming and warm with its tree-lined streets and well-kept downtown. It is also the eastern starting point for the Bears Paws Mountains Backcountry Drive. On this drive, you will journey past the Bearpaws Battlefield where the last major Native American battle in the United States took place. The Blaine County Museum holds many artifacts and history about the battle and the homestead era. Chinook is just 20 miles from Havre, a larger city on the Hi-Line.