This large, contiguous, tract of land is located in the foothills of the Bitterroot Mountains along the western fringe of Missoula, Montana. The Wild Horse ranch would make a great property for a recreational retreat or possibly a year round residence and the land has conservation easement potential. Highlights include live water flowing through varying terrain with beautiful views and adjacency to US Forest Service lands. Numerous riparian corridors enhance the ranch and quality wildlife habitat abounds. Wild Horse location just west of Missoula offers a unique opportunity for large parcel ownership with an excellent proximity to urban amenities.
Wild Horse consists of approximately 8,013 +/- deed acres divided up into 16 parcels. The land is diverse, having a wide variety of changing topography. Timbered drainages flow down from ridgelines that reach upwards of 5,000 in elevation; many of these draws have springs and small, seasonal, water and unique rock outcroppings. Native grasses and thinned timber cover the rolling foothills and the tract has served as seasonal grazing lands in the past. The elevation of the ranch ranges from approximately 3300’ to over 5300’ and is accessed from Southside Road, which is maintained by Missoula County.
8,013+/- deeded acres
Additional land available
Live water from Albert, Deep and Rock Creek
Multiple tributaries with small water
Numerous stock water rights
25 minutes to Missoula
Quality wildlife habitat
Adjoins thousands of acres of USFS lands
Private road system offers excellent access to the entire ranch
Power available near southern border at Deep Creek Shooting Range