Wagon Box Spring Ranch is blessed with a combination of unique features that combine to make it arguably the finest trophy elk hunting ranch in Montana for its size. Consisting of 8,455± deeded acres plus a 640± acre State lease in a contiguous block south of Interstate 90 near Pompeys Pillar. Located an easy 30 to 40-minute drive east of Billings, Wagon Box Spring has immediate access to all the amenities of Montana’s largest city. Yet it lies behind a locked gate surrounded by larger ranches. Unusual for this part of the world, it has extensive natural water resources with perennial Sand Creek passing through for four miles plus at least nine dependable developed natural springs. It also has five wells (three solar powered and two electric). Most of the ranch is steep to rolling pine covered foothills divided by riparian corridors where springs and Sand Creek create a lusher environment and by huge dryland hay meadows on the plateaus. It has been an elk ranch for 30 years and livestock are only utilized as a tool to manage the grasses for the wildlife. The buildings are located at the lower end of Sand Creek and include a comfortable lodge, manager’s house, an outdoor arena, a large multipurpose building, and cattle working facilities. In addition to being an extraordinary wildlife ranch, Wagon Box Spring is an outstanding horse ranch in some of the best year-round riding country to be found in the state. There is extensive potential to develop upland bird and waterfowl hunting as well as to even further improve the big game hunting.
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