Sitting under the majestic Tobacco Root Mountains on 20± acres lies Pony Ponds, between Harrison and Pony, Montana. The diverse landscape provides a sanctuary for birds, big game, and other wildlife. With Willow Creek crossing through the property, aerated and trout-stocked ponds, and a riparian area rich with food, water, and cover for wildlife, Pony Ponds offers something for everyone.
A well-maintained 2,400± square foot house offers panoramic views from the great room and kitchen. Three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and a lovely patio ensure restful solitude. A log cabin adds additional accommodations for guests seeking a quiet sanctuary. The cabin provides additional income as a vacation rental. Recreational toys and equipment are stored safely in a large equipment barn and shop.
Pony Ponds is in a region renowned for pristine waterways and abundant fishing opportunities. Sizeable brook trout live in 1.5± acres of stocked fishing ponds, offering immediate recreation for anglers. Willow Creek and tributaries support stream trout.
Numerous lakes in the Tobacco Root Mountain and reservoirs, namely Harrison and Ennis Lakes, surround Pony Ponds. In addition, some of the most famous trout fishing rivers are within a 30-40± minute drive, the Madison, Jefferson, Gallatin, and Big Hole Rivers. The Madison River, a popular destination with clear water and prolific hatches, provides exciting dry fly fishing opportunities for brown and rainbow trout near Pony Ponds.
Bozeman, Montana, and Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport reside less than an hour from the property. Pony Ponds allows outdoor enthusiasts to live and play in a little piece of Montana.