This 1,363± acre ranch consists of deep grassy canyons, ponderosa pines, and rock bluffs. 25± minutes west of Billings and 15± minutes north of Laurel, this is one of the largest contiguous blocks of land remaining in the area. The ranch has a rich history dating back to the 1800s when Martha Jane Canary, aka “Calamity Jane,” watered her horses at the ranch’s Canyon Creek before driving them up to the plateau titled the Calamity Jane Horse Cache on USGS maps. Today, the ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife, including mule/white-tailed deer, antelope, mountain lion, bobcat, coyote, raccoon, badger, pheasant, bald/golden eagles, red-tailed hawk, great horned owls, wild turkey, pigeon, Canadian geese, ducks, great blue herons, sharp-tailed grouse, and Hungarian partridge. Listed on the Audubon bird trail, the 3.6± miles of Canyon Creek flowing through the property sees various birds. Enjoy cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, horse-riding, four-wheeling, and camping.
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