At 4,500 feet in elevation, the 6,220 acre - GreyCliffs Ranch is situated on a varied landscape, featuring rolling hills, grasslands, and rangelands. Two spring-fed trout fishing ponds are located on the property and the Madison River - Greycliff fishing access site is a short drive away for additional recreational opportunities. This varied landscape attracts waterfowl, and upland birds, and offers coveted whitetail deer hunting. The avid horseman will enjoy the indoor riding arena and roughly 1,000-acre fenced grounds with running water for livestock. The property is currently farmed and watered by pivots. Various water rights convey in sale. Overlooking the ~1-acre rainbow trout-filled pond and rolling hills you will find the post and beam style lodge which is located roughly one-half hour outside of Bozeman. The jewel of this massive ranch is its luxurious owner’s estate, which was meticulously crafted by Tom Deyo in 2007. As a recreational dream, it is perfect for sportsmen who would love to hunt its lands which are often home to antelope, whitetail deer, bear, and game birds. For the fishermen, there are two stocked fishing ponds, one near the main home. The indoor area, paddocks, and thousands of acres of riding area will thrill any horse owner.
Formerly, this property was a cattle ranch. When the property was purchased in 2003 the goal was restoration.
Over time native landscapes reemerged after planting thousands of acres of grasslands and trees, creating wetland protection with fencing to protect springs from livestock and reviving wildlife habitats for deer, elk, and upland birds including; Wild Sharp-Tailed Grouse, Hungarian partridge, Pheasant, and Chukar Partridge.
There are two spring-fed fishing ponds filled with rainbow trout (non-breeding hybrids) located on the property. Ponds are roughly 1 acre and 3 acres in size. (Stocking license from FWP).
Madison River – Greycliff Fishing access site is a short drive away offering world-class blue Ribbon fishing opportunities.
The avid horseman will enjoy the indoor riding arena and roughly 1,000-acre fenced grounds with spring-fed running water for livestock.
The indoor horse arena is 96 x 72’. There is an additional tack room on site.
Deeded acreage - 5,060
Leased acreage - 1,160 (State Lease)
- BLM - (landlocked - no lease)
Cultivated acreage - ~1,184
- (Irrigated acreage ~504.7)
Crops: spring wheat, barley
Equipment barn, pivots, and silos
Locals call this area elk mountain.
The ranch manager reports roughly 1,000 elk on the property each year.
Abundant deer on property year round.
Shooting range to hone in your skills.