This rare offering of property at the end of the road surrounded by National Forest Service Land. Situated in the heart of thousands of acres of public land of the Lewis & Clark National Forest Service. Offering unlimited recreational opportunities out you back door, only steps away and having access to thousands of acres of some of Montana’s pristine National Forest Service Land. The End of the Road Acreage is comprised of three patented mining claims totaling 50.78 mountainous acres offering numerous cabin sites with outstanding scenic views of Central Montana. Abounding endless recreational opportunities including hunting, fishing, mountain horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking, ATV & motorcycle riding and just to name a few.
END OF THE ROAD ACREAGE – LITTLE BELT MOUNTAINS
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: This rare offering of property is surrounded by National Forest Service Land. Situated in the heart of thousands of acres of public land of the Lewis & Clark National Forest Service. The End of the Road Acreage offers unlimited recreational opportunities out you back door, only steps away and having access to thousands of acres of some of Montana’s pristine National Forest Service Land. For More information on LEWIS & CLARK NATIONAL FOREST SERVICE
The End of the Road Acreage is located in Judith Basin County. Judith Basin County is nestled in the heart of the state known as the Last, Best Place. Judith Basin truly fits the classic Montana description of ‘High, Wide and Handsome.” MONTANA
The legendary Western artist Charlie Russell learned the ways of the cowboy and Mountain man here in Judith Basin, and many of his most famous paintings were inspired by the landscape and drama that unfolded here as they settled the West. For more information on Charlie Russell go to: CHARLIE RUSSELL
Enjoy the wide-open and uncrowded spaces of the Judith Basin County. Hiking, fishing, scenic drives, wildlife watching, camping, hunting and winter sports are a few of the activities you find here.
LOCATION: The End of the Road Acreage is 80 miles southeast of Great Falls, Montana. Great Falls is home to an International Airport. Lewistown, Montana is approximately 65 miles to the east. The town of Stanford is 20 miles northeast of the property.
Stanford is the county seat of Judith Basin County and has a population of approximately 500 residents. Stanford boasts a small bank, medical services, grocery stores, schools, restaurants and gas stations.
The End of the Road Acreage is reached via County and Forest Service roads going southwest from Stanford.
Approximately one mile west of Stanford take county road #101, Running Wolf County Road for approximately 4.25 miles southwest exiting onto Dry Wolf Road for 9 miles to Divide County Road #102 for 2½ miles headed southeast. The last approximately 4½ miles to the property is headed south via Forest Service Road #3348 also known as Iron Claims Road.
ACREAGE: The Little Belt Mountains Acreage is comprised of three patented mining claims totaling 50.78 acres. These three claims were located in February, 1916 by Paris Gibson and his brother Theodore Gibson. Paris Gibson was the founding father of the town site of Great Falls, Montana. These three claims are known as the North Star, Big Bear & Big Falls Lodes.
Game trails lead to an undeveloped spring found on the property.
The Little Belt Mountains acreage is mountainous having northern sloping terrain and timbered predominately with Douglas Fir Pine.
This acreage offers numerous cabin sites with outstanding scenic views of Central Montana.
RECREATION: This acreage is in the heart of unlimited public National Forest Service land. Only steps away from your back door, you have access to this public acreage.
This property offers endless recreational opportunities including hunting, fishing, mountain horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, atv & motorcycle riding just to name a few. For more information on fishing and hunting go to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks
Showdown Ski Area is within an hour drive on King Hill Pass and boasts thirty-four runs and 1,400 feet of vertical drop. Go to Showdown
The Kings Hill Pass also offers approximately 200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. Cross- country skiers will find approximately twenty miles of groomed cross-county trails for wintertime enjoyment.
TAXES: 2021 Real Estate Taxes: $913.84
BROKER COMMENTS: This is a rare offering of very unique mountain property situated at the end of the road and surrounded by the Lewis and Clark National Forest Service. Offering outstanding scenic mountain views and unlimited recreational opportunities out your back door.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
E-MAIL CHARLIE WHITE 406-799-0406 (Cell)
DISCLOSURE: NOTE: The information contained herein has been supplied by the Owner to Holiday Realty and/or compiled by Holiday Realty from other sources believed to be reliable. All information contained herein is not guaranteed to be accurate and the reader of this brochure should independently verify all such information, i.e., the number of acres involved, classification of those acres, carrying capacity, estimates of productivity or yield, water rights, etc. Maps are for orientation purposes only. Boundary lines are drawn as accurately as possible, but are not exact. These maps are not to be construed as either a survey or a legal description. Acreages are stated for information only. This property is being sold by the tract or unit and exact acreage’s are not warranted or guaranteed by the seller or agent.