Round 'Em Up, Montana
Property Types: Vacant Land, Ranches, Recreational
Activities & Amenities
The historical days of pioneering are alive on this piece of virtually unchanged land from when the buffalo roamed free and travelers journeyed to claim homesteads. This 20+ acres on Sunshine Road offers panoramic views of the valiant Castle and Crazy Mountains and the Big and Little Belt Mountains. There are so many surprises on Sunshine Road; the exquisite scenery will leave you awestruck. Additionally, the area offers fine fishing in the nearby lakes, rivers, and streams. Hunting is a popular past time, and this property serves up some of the finest game around with public lands nearby to provide even more adventure. Bring horses as there is ample room to roam and adequate grazing. A seasonal rippling stream winds its way through the property quenching any thirst for fresh, pristine waters. With seclusion and scenery, the opportunities are rich here. Loose restrictions won’t prevent you from living out your dream on this resourceful plot. Building sites are abundant where you can give life to your blueprints eventually gazing out big picture windows at the panoramic views of the wonderful and coveted Big Sky country.
Roundup, Montana is a close-knit community just 45 minutes north of Billings in the Bull Mountains. Nestled in the valley near the Musselshell River, Roundup is most popular for its uncanny geographic design for rounding up livestock. Each year there is the famous Roundup Cattle Drive that truly represents an awesome western adventure, one that is sure to impact a lifetime. During this experience, you can learn what ranching is and what it is all about. Ranching and farming generally support the economy; however, big game outfitting, coal, and some oil rigs supply the town with that country atmosphere as well. July is a big month for Roundup when they have their Roundup Independence Days Extravaganza (RIDE) where there is family fun during the national holiday. Recreate around the area with fishing, hiking, camping, hunting, and viewing scenery.
Billings, MT located only 49 miles from the property is a city in southern Montana on the Yellowstone River. In the north, trails wind along the rimrocks, which are sandstone cliffs. The Western Heritage Center displays local historical artifacts. Pictograph Cave State Park's rock paintings are just outside of town. Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument is where Lieutenant Colonel Custer died. Excellent shopping, food and amenities are abundant here along with the International airport.