Located in south-central Montana at the Pryor Mountains’ foothills and in close proximity to the Bighorn Canyon Recreation Area, the Outlaw Ranch has been in the same family for over 50 years and offers a substantial holding in one of Montana’s most colorful and historical areas. The likes of Kid Curry and “Teton” Jackson were rumored to have roamed in this country, drawn to its solitude and location. While the outlaws are long gone, this 5,547± acre ranch remains pretty much the same as it was 100 years ago. The ranch is currently run as a summer operation bringing in around 200 cow/calf pairs in the summer months and is a haven for antelope, whitetail and mule deer, wild turkeys, grouse, and occasional elk and wild horse. Within a short distance from Outlaw Ranch, Bighorn Canyon Reservoir and the Bighorn River offers some of Montana’s best fishing with walleye, brown and rainbow trout, yellow perch, carp, catfish, ling, and crappie, to name a few. The Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area offers over 120,000 acres for biking, hiking, wildlife viewing, and exploring the cultural history with preserved homesteads along the hiking trails. The Outlaw Ranch is also adjacent to a large BLM tract connected to the Forest Service, allowing unlimited recreational amenities. This unique and majestic ranch is truly a rare opportunity in this locale!