Bountiful wildlife and striking views of snow-capped peaks take over as you enter Mill Creek Fish Camp, a slice of history located in the Mill Creek drainage of Montana’s famed Paradise Valley. Sitting on the edge of unspoiled wilderness, Mill Creek Fish Camp offers sanctuary from the outside world yet is just 30± minutes from the town of Livingston. The 18± acre property is surrounded on three sides by thousands of acres of National Forest that connect to Yellowstone National Park, as well as BLM and State land, providing a new owner endless land to roam. Nestled in a serene and private setting sits a newly constructed 1,685± SF guest house with two bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, a 297± SF “bunkhouse,” and a 3,767± SF log lodge that is currently under construction with four-bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and one half bathroom. Approximately 1,100 feet of East Fork Mill Creek flows past the under-construction lodge, offering exceptional native cutthroat trout fishing. A forested backdrop opens to panoramic views of Mill Creek, as well as striking vistas of Castle Rock, Arrow Peak, Knowles Peak, and The Pyramid, a mighty 10,700-foot peak.
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