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    Marias River Ranch

    Marias River Ranch Loma, Montana

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    With 3,192 total (1,498 Deeded) acres and almost 4 miles of Marias River frontage, it’s easy to see why the Marias River Ranch is an ideal location for anglers, equestrians, outdoors lovers, birds, waterfowl, and big game hunters.  This landscape is awe-inspiring, with a lush, cottonwood-lined river bottom and rugged breaks rising to a vast bench of native grass or small grain.  We can imagine ourselves swimming or canoeing, exploring the draws and breaks by horse or ATV, testing the pools and runs looking for big bass, cat, or walleye, or searching for upland birds or a big buck with family or close friends.  The ranch is great for those looking for a small livestock or farming operation.

    The Marias River originates in Glacier National Park and is formed where Cut Bank Creek meets the Two Medicine River, flowing approximately 210 miles to its confluence with the Missouri River.  The River was first seen by the Lewis and Clark expedition in 1805 and was named for a cousin of Meriwether Lewis, Maria Wood.

    • 3,192 total acres, 1498 are deeded, 1480 BLM and 214 MT State lease
    • 4+/- miles of Marias River Frontage
    • 30 minutes to Fort Benton
    • 1 hour+/- to Great Falls
    • Missouri River Less than 10 minutes
    • Easy access yet very private and secluded
    • Great fishing, bird and big game hunting
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