Located in the rugged and scenic Missouri River Breaks, the Missouri River Breaks Wolf Creek Ranch offers 2,746± deeded acres surrounded by tens of thousands of acres of public land in a setting that can be described as a true sportsman’s paradise. The world-famous Missouri River Breaks are renowned for their excellent hunting for trophy elk, deer, antelope, and strong numbers of upland game birds. From high tree-covered ridges to rolling grasslands to timbered coulees to picturesque rock formations, the Missouri River Breaks Wolf Creek Ranch has everything an outdoor enthusiast is looking for.
From many different vantage points on the ranch, a person can almost see forever into a country that has changed little over the course of human history. Where the elk, deer, and antelope play today, dinosaurs roamed millions of years ago, and their remains can be found throughout the area. Paleontologists have discovered fossils, including Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Mosasaurus, and Duck-Billed dinosaurs in the region. Fossil hunting remains a favorite pastime in the area.
Many water tanks, seasonal creeks, and a year round spring provide water to the cattle and the livestock that graze on the ranch, and future projects could easily add to the number of watering sites. The Missouri River Breaks Wolf Creek Ranch is a blank canvas waiting for a new owner to come and realize all of the wonders that the Missouri River Breaks have to offer. Access to the ranch is provided by a private easement located on a county road making the location extremely secluded yet easy to get to.
The owner offers an additional 2,958± acres for $2,665,000, listed as Missouri River Breaks Square Butte Ranch.