Overlooking the entire Yellowstone River Valley from Big Timber to Springdale, the Featherbed Creek Ranch has the views!
Starting from an elevated Yellowstone River location, the 2,672 acres sprawls north towards the Crazy Mountains gaining elevation before dropping into the Whitetail Creek drainage. The property encompasses most of the Featherbed Creek drainage, which includes a few cattle water springs, and drains towards the river. Access to the property is a graveled county road and about ten minutes from downtown Big Timber. Mule deer, antelope, and upland gamebirds find habitat across this property with good cover and seasonal water in the draws.
With county road access and such astounding views, the opportunities for this property are tremendous!
FEATHERBED CREEK RANCH: Located about 5 miles northwest of Big Timber, Montana on the north side of the Yellowstone River.
BIG TIMBER: Located at the confluence of the Yellowstone and Boulder River, Big Timber is the Sweet Grass County seat and services as the support system to the areas cattle ranching community and recreation industry. Big Timber features a school system which offers K-12, a hospital, clinic, nursing home, Assisted Living, dentist, beauty shops, a quilt shop, golf course, churches, grocery and clothing stores, museums, art galleries, establishments offering fine food from the nationally acclaimed dining at “The Grand Hotel”, to casual meals at the Timber, motels, bed and breakfasts, movie theater, brewery, and a paved airport capable of facilitating most any private aircraft. Big Timber has much to offer as a small comfortable Montana town.
BILLINGS: Located 86 miles to the east, Billings is the center of Montana’s livestock industry. The International Airport in Billings is presently serviced by 5 majors airlines. Billings has two of the finest medical facilities in the northwest. Shopping, fine dining, theater and the arts make Billings the true hub of Montana.
BOZEMAN: Located 55 miles west via I~90, Bozeman is the home to Montana State University. Bozeman is known as a year round recreation center. Fishing is a short distance away on the Gallatin, Madison and Jefferson Rivers. Bozeman’s winter time sports feature skiing Bridger Bowl’s legendary “Cold Smoke Powder” or a 45 mile drive to Big Sky, Montana’s largest ski area and summer resort. For cross country skiing enthusiasts, this area of Montana features miles of groomed and unpacked cross country trails.