Eastern Montana’s landscape and topography differ significantly from the more mountainous western part of the Treasure State. The one-of-a-kind 8,729± acre Montana T-Rex Ranch serves as a perfect example of the diversity within this region. It’s part of the Hell Creek Formation with rolling hills, native ranges, wide-open prairies, timbered stands, rocky buttes, sandstone cliffs, reservoirs, seasonal drainages, and desert-like flora and fauna. This fossil-rich geological wonder has long fascinated geologists and paleontologists and created a productive dryland farming and ranching legacy. With forage, forests, open meadows, exceptional big game, and upland bird hunting, along with two well-maintained homes, and you have a ranch like no other.
Not far from the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge and the Fort Peck Reservoir, abundant hunting and fishing opportunities draw recreationists to the area. However, the small rural population, wide-open skies, and stretches of untouched native grasslands lend a sense of peace and the feel of a pastoral getaway that’s akin to the old Montana once inhabited by the homesteaders.
Here, the new owners can reap the benefits of a productive and well-managed farm and ranching operation, wildlife, recreation, and a landscape that was once home to dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures.