Perkins Creek, Montana
Property Types: Vacant Land, Farms, Ranches, Recreational, Timber Land
Activities & Amenities
Nestled among ranging mountains, towering trees, dispersed lakes, bustling forests, and gently sloping hills under vast amounts of big blue sky, lies 514+ acres without any covenants or HOAs dictating what you do or build on them! Additionally, there is power and telephone nearby giving you opportunities galore. Build a seasonal hunting cabin; have a winter getaway; bring an RV and camp under the stars; give life to blueprints for your dream home. The land has some timberland and ample pasture flourishing with native grasses for cattle to roam and feed. Perkins Creek trickles through the property giving some sparkle on a cheery sun-filled day. This area near and around Warm Springs and Anaconda is a recreational mecca with prospects for hunting, camping, fishing, boating, mountain biking, wildlife viewing, skiing, hiking and more!
Anaconda, Montana has a solid industrial history that combines with the wilderness that surrounds it. Immigrants traveled here to follow the American dream as the Anaconda Copper Mining Company settled in as the world’s top copper producer just as electricity came into common use. The town is situated amongst the mountains and forests of the Deer Lodge National Forest. Since the smelter stack shut down in 1980, the town survives presently because of the many tourist attractions and the recreational attributes that surround it.
Things to Do
The Old Works Golf Course provides world class golfing on a course designed by the famous golf legend Jack Nicklaus!
Georgetown Lake gives a beautiful backdrop for boating, fishing, floating, and camping. Catch Kokanie Salmon here and ice fish during the winter!
Hike, camp, fish, mountain bike, and view wildlife such as bighorn sheep, moose, elk, deer, raptors, black bear, grizzly bears, and wolves.
Ski at Discovery Ski area only 14 miles west of Anaconda. Enjoy cross-country skiing at the Mount Haggin Nordic Ski area that is only 15 miles south.
Hunters flock to the area in search of elk, white-tailed and mule deer, and other big game animals.
Lost Creek State Park
A gorgeous display of limestone cliffs with pink and white granite formations towering 1200 feet above the canyon’s narrow floor describe this park. Check out the cascading falls and view bighorn sheep and mountain goats navigating the cliffs above.
Smoke Stack State Park
Learn about Anaconda’s roots and the Old Anaconda Copper Company Smelter Stack, one of the world’s tallest free- standing brick structures at 585 feet in comparison with the Washington Monument standing at only 535 feet tall.