Remote Wilderness Dream, Montana
Property Types: Vacant Land, Recreational, Timber Land
Activities & Amenities
Can you imagine the stealth and size of the game that roam across unoccupied land, land has no legal access to it? Central Montana and Fergus County holds much of what makes Montana so special and sought out: glorious scenery, towering forests, majestic mountains, and wildlife that fulfills a dream hunt or fishing opportunity. These 160 acres have those distinct land variations with compelling scenic views. There are draws and treelined contours providing rugged habitat for big game and water filled coulee bottoms. Gorgeous open meadows of green lush vegetation abruptly fall along white cliffs with spectacular formations and designs. This area truly has it all! Locals know this area to be high quality for hunting experiences because of the size and magnitude of the game being harvested, and those out of area hunters realize the value of hunting in this area too. Hunting district 426 is where the property is located and surrounding districts are well known for excellent hunting as well. Some of the best bighorn sheep hunting in the state happens here, and the permits are coveted due to the quality of sheep with records to document it. Elk flock to this area to breed, have calves, and winter. There are abundant populations of mule and white-tailed deer. A short drive of 20 minutes will get you to Winifred. The PN Bridge is only 10 minutes away with access to great fishing and a boat launch. These times have us in masks and trying to fathom the devastating pandemic, but life continues to flourish and blossom outside. Take heart and take this chance to own beauty that you can surround yourself in. There is no legal access to this parcel and it is completely landlocked.
Winifred, Montana is in north-central Fergus County and is predominately an agricultural community. It was founded in 1913 and is just south of the Missouri River and the prevalent Missouri River Breaks. With its location near to all the rivers, Winifred makes a perfect spot to begin a float trip or plan a hunting or fishing escapade. Winifred is home to the Winifred Museum that houses over 3,000 Tonka Trucks, quite possible the most in the world. It also exhibits life on the plains from the prehistoric to the present time.
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. 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.
Central Montana Hunting
This area in Montana is well known and respected for its astounding hunting experiences. Whether you are bow or rifle hunting, there are plenty of animals, plenty of public land access, and plenty of adrenaline inducing memories of an unforgettable hunting trip!
The Missouri River Breaks is comprised of the ideal terrain and habitat for a dream elk hunt. It is nationally renowned for its trophy bull elk that navigate the rugged land, but there are also great opportunities to witness elk in the Snowies, Belts, Judiths, and Moccasin Mountains.
White-tailed and mule deer have solid populations in this area. Many hunters appreciate that it is not uncommon to see lots of game in one day of hunting, sometimes near 20 animals in a day.
It is central antelope country here, and the challenge of staking out this fascinating speed demons will have you wandering the wide-open plains during one of the prettiest times of year. It is permit only but there are liberal quotas to fill.
World class bighorn sheep hunting happens right here! Experience an unforgettable hunt in rough but scenic country. Biologists consistently observe 900 sheep during annual aerial surveys!
The central Montana region provides many areas and opportunities for great bear hunting.
Bird hunting is abundant and varied letting you choose and customize the hunting experience. This area has sufficient habitat for ruffed and blue mountain grouse, sharp-tail and sage prairie grouse, Hungarian partridge, and pheasants.