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Situated minutes from the charming town of Fort Benton, Montana, this 83.64-acre property flaunts the recreational attributes that make it a rare and valuable find. Access to this property is by boat only. A land survey will need to be completed at the buyer's expense for the property to successfully record. Avail yourself of the half mile of river frontage where the land greets the mighty Missouri River! Not only does the Missouri River set the scene meandering through some amazing rock formations along the canyon walls, but it also attracts wildlife and supplies ultimate waters for fishing. Immerse yourself in the possibility of experiencing solitude and tranquility combined with the opportunity to float, fish, hike, hunt, camp, canoe, and kayak on your own piece of paradise. This location is notorious for excellent white-tailed and mule deer hunting. Eagles are frequently seen soaring over the waters in search of their next meal. Geese flock to the area. The property is prime habitat for pheasants and other game birds. Get away to this worthy wild piece of land in the historic central Montana! Local AreaSmall town Fort Benton, MT has the charm to leave a big impression on the hearts of many. For example, Forbes named Fort Benton as one of the fifteen prettiest towns in America and National Geographic Travelers advises tourists not to miss Fort Benton. Community cordiality is a reoccurring theme in the town known as the Birthplace of Montana, so you can expect a friendly wave from the passerby. History is rich in this particular area and history buffs often seek the information that the local museums, trails, and monuments have to offer. Fort Benton is a living tribute to the days when the West was wild where you can walk in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark! Additionally, Fort Benton is located on the banks of the mighty Missouri River giving it a unique and spectacular perspective of wildlife and views. Here you can walk on the same riverbank as Lewis and Clark and the Corp of Discovery did two hundred years ago. Float the majestic Missouri River, stroll Front Street and shop the accommodating stores, hit up a landmark event, or relax and journey back in time at the historic Grand Union Hotel. This fascinating region defines Big Sky Country with its brilliant blue sky overhead, the Majestic Rocky Mountains awaiting in the distance, and the friendliest people you will find in the state. Missouri RiverGet swept away on this majestic river that offers up memorable float trips and big fish! From Fort Benton to the North Dakota border, the Missouri River flows through beautiful scenery and peaceful environments. Access to this portion of the river is limited due to the towering canyons with fascinating rock formations and large arid buttes. This allows floaters and anglers the peace and serenity they long for. The Missouri River is a large part of the area's history. Its blue waters offer anglers the opportunity to catch huge Northern Pike, Walleye, Catfish and Smallmouth Bass. The high nutrition of the water allow fish to get big...and the stories are even bigger! Longer float trips on this portion of the river are popular and can be scheduled with local outfitters. Canoeing and kayaking are part of the activities that locals and tourists partake in all while casting in a line to try their luck. Further down the river, the Missouri River Breaks astonish floaters and historians dropping their jaws in shear awe of the unique and formidable landscape.