Southwest Montana Real Estate
Southwest Montana is well known for its pristine rivers and mountains. They provide the basis for the area's well known fishing, hunting, agricultural and recreational activities. For the fisherman the Beaverhead River passes Dillon while the Ruby River runs by Sheridan to join the Beaverhead and Big Hole to form the Jefferson near Twin Bridges. In addition the area has numerous high mountain lakes and streams. The Beaverhead-Deer Lodge National Forest is over a 3.3 million acres of real estate. With its abundant wildlife, it offers some of the country's top hunting and recreational opportunities. The region is among Montana's agricultural leaders in beef, sheep and hay production.
Southwest Montana provides large agricultural valleys ringed by snow-capped mountains, some of Montana's finest trout fishing and a mother-lode of history. Located between Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park southwestern Montana is a great place to stop and experience what life in Montana was, is and will be. Here you will find people to be a diverse mix of hard-working ranchers, trout bums, miners, artists, historians, outdoor enthusiasts, small business owners all with one thing in common, a love of the area.
Southwest Montana is at the heart of Montana history. Helena, the capital of Montana is located here. Helena marks a stopping point for the Lewis and Clark expedition, some 200 years ago as they traversed their way to the Pacific Ocean. From Helena you are within a half a day's drive of a multitude of recreational attractions. Almost half of this region of Montana is covered by national forests and the nearby lakes and rivers offer ideal opportunities for scenic hiking. Boat tours are available in the nearby Gates of the Mountains Canyon.
People live in Southwest Montana for a number of reasons, not the least of which are the recreational opportunities afford by the region. The nearby Beavehead-Deerlodge National Forest offers numerous camping opportunities, with recreation areas salted throughout. State parks include the Lewis and Clark Caverns south of Butte and the Painted Rocks State Park. The region's many rivers provide ideal settings for fly fishing and river rafting.
National Parks Realty does not have any listings in Southwest Montana, however if you are interested in the southwest region of Montana our agents will be happy to assist you in contacting an agent in the Southwestern area.