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Benefit from the many possibilities these 17.1 acres offer! Located in Ringling, Montana, the location is ideal as it puts you near hiking, fishing, hunting, recreating, boating, and more. The parcel has power and a well that produces 70 gallons per minute. Access is convenient right off Highway 89. In addition, there are concrete slabs that can be utilized for buildings, grain bins, parking, or whatever use you can fathom. Bring your ideas for commercial, residential, or recreational uses! Bring your RV, a tiny home, or prefabricated cabin for a place to sleep after a Montana State football game or as your base for hunting camp. The recreational opportunities are excellent with several lakes, reservoirs, creeks, and rivers within 30 miles for fishing. The lush landscape attracts elk, deer, antelope, grouse, and other critters. The property is in Hunting District 580. The seller has witnessed elk being harvested feet from the property during hunting season! Views extend beyond the surrounding fields, and mountains fill the distant backdrop. Under the Big Sky and reveling in Montana's beautiful scenery and peace, this property is ready to provide your blank canvas for you to cover in your dreams!
Ringling, Montana lies between Livingston and White Sulphur Springs and has its own interesting background story. It was named after John T Ringling, one of the seven Ringling brothers of the Ringling Brother's Circus. John planned to build a railroad connection between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. Ringling, Montana is also the subject of a Jimmy Buffet song, "Ringling, Ringling." For such a small, charming town, it sure has made an impression! St. John's Catholic Church is located here and is one of the most photographed historic churches mainly due to its beautiful setting with the Crazy Mountains in the background. Located on Sixteenmile Creek, Ringling is close to White Sulphur Springs and is popular for its excellent hunting situation with a bar and restaurant to meet your needs after a long day's hike. Bozeman is 55 miles away complete with an airport, shopping, and dining.
White Sulphur Springs, Montana is in Meagher County and is quite a romantic small town. It was named for the hot mineralized hot springs that are now a tourist destination. White Sulphur Springs is also the gateway to fishing and floating on the Smith River and is available through permit. The small-town welcomes visitors and is a hallway between the famous Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. Its location is at the heart of excellent hunting country. Its location on Kings Hill Scenic Byway makes it a beautiful drive any time of year.
White Sulphur Springs is home to "the Castle," a Victorian stone mansion built by B.R. Sherman in 1892. It was constructed of granite cut by hand and hauled out of the Castle Mountains by a team of oxen and wagon. It now serves as a museum with a gift shop.
Spa Hot Springs
Visitors come from all around to take advantage of the mineralized waters said to be beneficial to many health issues that plague society today.
Bozeman Hot Springs
The Bozeman Hot Springs is near Four Corners on the west side of Bozeman. The resort has 12 different pools, a full fitness facility, and a campground. Soaking in the pools melts away any aches or stress with temperatures ranging from 59 to 106 degrees Fahrenheit.
It is only 30 miles to Showdown Ski Area and the Silver Crest Nordic Trail System that consists of weekly groomed trails for cross-country skiing or snowshoeing. The Kings Hill Snowmobiling System is considered to be one of the finest in Montana and has over 200 miles of marked and groomed trails.
Bridger Bowl Ski & Snowboard Resort
The resort boasts four large bowls within its boundaries that offer a variety of landscapes and terrain for any individual's ability.
Big Sky Resort
Stay at the resort and take part in all the splendid activities it has to offer. Go mountain biking on numerous trails and see the gorgeous scenery firsthand. Golf on the prestigious course and then relax at the spa. In the winter months enjoy skiing, snowshoe tours, and sleigh rides. In the warm months hike, zipline, and get out in the amazing Montana sunshine.
Museum of the Rockies
Visit the popular and famous Museum of the Rockies. As a Smithsonian Affiliate, the museum is recognized as one of the world's finest research and historical museums. Here you can peruse all the exhibits and study the extensive collection of dinosaur fossils.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park is a mere 90 minutes away where you can catch a glimpse of the rarely seen grizzly and wolf at the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center. Visit geysers and the historic Old Faithful for sights that you will never forget. Get a taste of the wild, see where the wildlife roams, and enjoy all the amenities of a national park!
The Castle Mountains is an island mountain range with an elevation of about 8,000 feet. They are more rounded than other chiseled towering ranges in the state. As a result, they are favored by hikers, hunters, and campers! The Castle Mountains are very popular with hunters. Hunters have the opportunity for big game and birds.
Situated amongst several mountain ranges, the big game is abundant making this area excellent for hunting. Take a shot at deer, elk, antelope, bear, or mountain lion.
Each February a drawing is held to designate 9 lucky entries permits to float. The river's popularity is a result of the various terrains and spectacular sights that are cherished throughout a float trip. The Smith River begins near White Sulphur Springs and twists and turns for more than 100 miles. The fishing throughout is exceptional with populations of brown and rainbow trout ranging in sizes from 13-16 inches long. The larger brown trout scatter in the deep pools or hover along undercut banks.
Corder and Associates, LLC - Fort Benton
Fort Benton, Montana