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165.2± Acres
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Broadwater County, Montana

Ride and Roam on Parcel 2

ID: 44614
Status: Sold
Acres: 165.2±
Type: Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Land, Undeveloped Land, Horse Property
Address: Parcel 2 Ridge Road
City, State: Townsend, Montana
County: Broadwater
ZIP Code: 59644

Description

Ridge Road provides access to these 165.2 acres of contoured grass-covered Montana land. Small Evergreen trees are flourishing and emit a fresh mountain pine aroma in the air. Southeast of Townsend, Montana, and effectively in the central portion of the state, the location inspires a base camp for hunting or a horse haven to ride and roam. With power just across Ridge Road to the north, the possibility of building a dream home exists as well. Graze cattle to keep them healthy and stocky with nutrient-dense grass or set up a camper and adventure around with the wildlife! Adjacent parcels are available for purchase as well to increase your land investment.

 

Local Area

 

Between all of the major cities in Montana is the county seat of Broadwater County, Townsend. Located in the Missouri River Valley between the Big Belt and the Elkhorn Mountains, where the Missouri River opens into Canyon Ferry Lake (Montana’s 3rd largest body of water), Townsend was named by railroad officials in 1883. It was then that a rail stop was made because businesses were becoming more established to support the gold mining in this region. Land lots then were just $5 apiece! Famed explorers Lewis and Clark traveled through in 1805. The mighty Missouri River borders the town, and the area is nicknamed the “Valley of Adventure” because of the vast outdoor opportunities that are readily available. Large areas of BLM and state land surround the town. Townsend is just 15 minutes from Canyon Ferry Lake which is one of Montana’s most sought-after recreational spots. The lake provides activities of boating, ice boat sailing, year-round fishing for Trout, Salmon, Perch, and Walleye, camping, sightseeing, picnicking, hiking, hunting, and swimming. It is also conveniently near 4 major ski areas ranging from 1.5 to 3 hours away. In addition, the Broadwater County Museum is located in Townsend and holds unique artifacts such as an authentic painted buffalo robe. A short drive of 35 minutes will get you to the state capital of Helena. 

 

Canyon Ferry Lake

 

The Canyon Ferry Valley is rich with recreational opportunities! The lake spans 25 miles leaving plenty of room to boat, fish, sport fish, sail, swim, water ski, and more. It is proudly Montana’s 3rd largest body of water and a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Twenty-four recreation sites are maintained by the Bureau of Reclamation. Fishing is phenomenal and you can reel in Trout, Salmon, Perch, and Walleye year-round. When the snow flies, the lake is dotted with ice fishing huts and is also utilized for ice skating and iceboat sailing. In addition, there is the Canyon Ferry Wildlife Management Area which encompasses 5,129 acres. The goal of this area is to maintain the existing habitat and provide a place for wildlife viewing and hunting. Archery, shotgun, muzzleloader, and traditional handguns can be used to hunt white-tailed deer and birds such as pheasants, ducks, and Canadian geese. The area is superb for viewing migratory or nesting birds such as Canada geese, double-crested cormorants, American white pelicans, Caspian tern, and ospreys. White-tailed deer, beaver, raccoon, mink, red fox, and sometimes otters and moose can be observed.

 

Hauser Reservoir

 

Hauser Lake is a 3,200-acre reservoir on the Missouri River created by Hauser Dam. The lake yields rainbow and brown trout, walleye, and perch. It is an extremely popular take-off point for weekend boating, fishing, and water skiing. There are scenic public campgrounds on Hauser Lake, White Sandy (BLM), Devil's Elbow (BLM), Riverside (BOR), and a few yards further from Black Sandy State Park (MFWP).

 

Hunting

 

The area around Townsend, Montana is well-known for prominent elk hunting. The designated property lies within Hunting District 391 for deer/elk/lion. Elk herds have been caught on film by the landowner and are known to travel these areas and up along the Little Belt Mountains. Permits can be purchased for a general deer license or general elk license to hunt brow-tined bull or antlerless elk. There is a specific season for hunting brow-tined bull elk on National Forest Land as well.

 

The Missouri River

 

The mighty Missouri River is the longest in North America flowing over 2,341 miles. The Missouri River flows from its source near Three Forks, Montana until it joins with the prevalent Mississippi River at St. Louis, Missouri. The Upper Missouri River was designated as a component of the National Wild and Scenic River System in 1976 beginning at Fort Benton, Montana and running 149 miles downstream. The Missouri River is a remarkably valuable life-giving source with 49 species of fish residing in its waters. The Missouri River is also a valuable historical component of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. You can enjoy floating, fishing, hiking, hunting, and camping on or around the river and view 60 species of mammals, 233 species of birds, and 20 species of amphibians and reptiles!

Additional Information

wildlife

  • bear
  • big game
  • elk
  • mule deer
  • small game
  • whitetail deer

recreation

  • atv trails
  • bike trails
  • bird watching
  • equestrian trails
  • hiking trails
  • hunting

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