The Boulder River and the Yellowstone River are two of the most beautiful fly fishing rivers in Montana. Combine over 1± miles of both of these completely different sized freestone rivers and you create one heck of a recreational-based family paradise. The Boulder-Yellowstone Confluence Ranch, with 88.5± acres of deeded land, is this paradise. The ranch, established at the confluence of both rivers, contains .33± miles of Yellowstone River and .75± miles of the Boulder River. Located just minutes from downtown Big Timber, this riverside oasis contains virtually all of the recreational attributes most often desired by landowners, along with a myriad of wildlife. The massive cottonwood trees and the Yellowstone River form the northern boundary, while the Boulder River and its rich riparian bottom and old river channels form the eastern boundary. This very unique offering is perfect for a recreational retreat.