The Fort Musselshell cabin is situated on one acre at the south end of the subdivision. The cabin has two bedrooms upstairs on the main floor along with the kitchen, living room, and a porch area. The downstairs is unfinished but is framed for a three bedroom, one bath, and a laundry room. The covered breeze way leads to the gaming room which has a pool table, shuffleboard and a spiral staircase. Recreation Bordered by U.S. Fish & Wildlife’s Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, and situated in district 410 for elk, deer, and mountain lion, and unit 481 for pronghorn, the location is a dream for big game hunters and trophy fishermen alike. The refuge is home to some of the most wild habitat in the West and is known for some of the largest trophy elk in North America. The CMR takes pride in the fact that its remoteness and spectacular views have changed very little since the Lewis and Clark Expedition. District 622 for bighorn sheep is a short commute, as well as district 700 for elk, deer, bighorn sheep, and pronghorn, which is adjacent to the property. Camping, hiking and horseback riding are among other activities permitted in the area. Sage and sharp-tailed grouse, and bald eagles also call the native prairie, forested coulees, river bottoms, and “breaks” home. Agriculture Crooked Creek Marina, located just about a mile’s drive north of the property, is known for its boating and fishing with trophy walleye, northern pike, bass and catfish. This secluded lake-front property, nestled right into where the Musselshell River meets the Missouri, offers the best of outdoor recreation with a close-by boat ramp, dock, and a swimming beach, making access to the lake a breeze. Potable water and boat storage are also available at the Marina. The water level is extremely low and making access difficult, but the Army Core Of Engineers are encouraged that water levels will be back to normal soon. General Operations The property is easily accessible by the maintained all-weather gravel road leading to Crooked Creek Recreation Area about 50 miles northeast of Winnett, MT. The west entrance of the lake has been gaining popularity in recent years for it’s beauty off the beaten path. With 1600 miles of shoreline and one million acres of public land access, the possibilities are endless.