Upper Missouri River Recreational Getaway, Montana
Property Types: Vacant Land, Waterfront, Recreational
Activities & Amenities
Leave the city behind, grab your cowboy/girl hat, and embrace the anticipation in your gut to wander the wild! Central Montana possesses the supreme plot of land for exploring, hunting, wildlife viewing, boating, fishing, or whatever your imagination can conjure! Have you ever aspired to be a part of an adventure? Visualize climbing out of a fishing boat after navigating the scenic Missouri River with its layers of historical sandstone and laying your eyes on 317 acres of rural timberland intermixed with prairie just waiting for someone to delve into all that it has to offer. Bring a group of friends for the hunt or camping trip of a lifetime as there are Big Horn Sheep, White-tailed Deer, Mule Deer, and Elk traveling through frequently. Rejoice in the solitude and privacy this parcel provides. It is only accessible by boat making it authentically and truly primitive. Live out your dreams of exploration and make this spot your recreational getaway where you can roam the land like Lewis and Clark did so long ago in a coveted, historical area of the Big Sky state.
Virgelle, Montana encapsulates a piece of history as though time has been frozen in this charming authentic town. Here you will find historic accommodations, outfitting, and shuttle services to meet all of your recreational needs. This unique vacation destination boasts the understated Virgelle Mercantile that contains an antique store and an updated and remodeled bed and breakfast. The Missouri River graces the town with its mighty currents and brings Big Horn Sheep and Elk to its banks. To cross the river, the Virgelle Ferry will heftily tote you and your vehicle. It is one of three ferries still in operation in MT and has been since 1913. This area is part of the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument. It is comprised of 149 miles of Upper Missouri River and flows from Fort Benton to the Charles M Russell National Wildlife Refuge. In over 200 years since Lewis and Clark once journeyed through, the land remains largely unchanged captivating a spectacular array of biological, geological, and historical objects of interest. Float, fish, hike, hunt, peacefully drive, find solitude, or enjoy a sense of exploration in a remote setting of natural beauty.