The Crazy Mountain Retreat is approximately 114 acres, located three miles east of Clyde Park, Montana, near the town of Livingston. The lands are a combination of riparian creek bottom along the banks of Rock Creek and upland sage meadows. Rock Creek emerges out of the south end of the Crazy Mountains to the north and flows southerly into the Shields River and ultimately to the Yellowstone. Rock Creek courses through the northwest corner of the ranch and into a contiguous 480-acre tract of lands owned by the state of Montana. Its a small stream fishery and primarily holds populations of native cutthroat. The ranch also supports numbers of whitetail, upland birds, moose, antelope, and a wide variety of animals that migrate up and down the riparian corridor from the mountains to the river. The ranch buildings are simple and include a modest home and associated outbuildings for the family, horses, and other livestock. An idyllic site to build resides on the southwest side of the property adjacent to a flowing spring and Rock Creek. The site absorbs a magnificent view of three prominent mountain ranges including the Bridgers, the Absarokas, and dominantly - the Crazies. This is a livable location less than an hour from the city of Bozeman and an international airfield. Skiing at Bridger Bowl is just over 30 minutes, and Yellowstone Park is within an hour.
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