1815 Road 238, Lindsay, Montana, 59339
If you are looking for privacy and seclusion this is the place. This property consists of 320 acres of fenced and cross-fenced recreational land filled with native grasses and 40 acres of dryland hay. There is a single-wide 2 bedroom 1 bath trailer house and 16x20 workshop. The property has a tree-filled dry creek bottom that cuts thru the property and provides ideal habitat for local wildlife that includes mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, occasional elk, and game birds. Glendive is located in the Region 7 Block management program that provides access to over 2 million acres of private, state, and federal lands. For the state of Montana, Region 7 provides 25% of the mule deer harvest, 10% of whitetail harvest, 35% of the antelope harvest, and 5% of elk harvest. It is also home to 6 species of upland game birds and a variety of waterfowl. This property sits approximately 30 minutes from the town of Glendive. Glendive is home to Makoshika State Park famous for the Badlands and dinosaur bones and is divided by the Yellowstone River home of the prehistoric Paddlefish, Trout, Catfish, Whitefish, Sauger, Bass, and Walleye. The property also sits less than 100 miles from Montana's largest lake, Fort Peck, with over 50 varieties of fish and surrounded by the Charles M Russel National Wildlife Refuge which provides over one million acres of public land for fishing, hunting, camping, and other outdoor recreation.
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