|Space||1,100 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
ONE OF MONTANA'S FINEST PROPERTIES:
Cabin on 365 acres, PLUS contiguous additional 6000 BLM acres, walking distance to 3 rivers, 'Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument', & official Lewis & Clark historical site. And, 10 min from Fort Benton, official MT birthplace.
DIRECTIONS: Great access. Cabin is 50 Mins From Great Falls Int. Airport. Paved road + 1/2 mile excellent county dirt road.
LODGING: 2 queen sized beds, living room sofa, & cot. Additional cots/beds as requested.
FOOD: Oven, Microwave, Mini-fridge, Grill at cabin. Ma's Cafe only 1.5 mi's away - great food! World-class Grand Union restaurant in Fort Benton.
GAME: Cool Storage available upon request.
HEAT: Comfortable propane-driven fire place & hotwater heater.
POWER: OFF-GRID - reliable 3000 ampere gasoline generator (initial fill-up provided; nearest gas station: 1.5 mi fm cabin). Lights in every room. Comfortable.
COMMS: Verizon best for phone service & internet (w aircard). TracFone excellent.
Authentic Montana Experience: Most people think of Montana as snow-capped peaks and blue-ribbon trout streams. Yet most of Montana is a combination of smaller yet equally rugged mountains, prairie & badlands, & warmer rivers - with trophy fish & game.
This cabin, home to pheasant, hawks, eagles, several species of fish, mule and whitetail deer, & the occasional moose, elk, & grizzly which follow the Teton River down from the Bob Marshall, is the best symbol of this other, larger Montana. And the people in the area are down-to-earth, hard working, helpful and friendly. This is where Lewis & Clark camped, confused which river was the mighty Missouri - there are 3 rivers. The Teton River, made famous through the writings of A.B. Guthrie, a Pulitzer Prize winner, runs for a mile through the property. And two other rivers, including the mighty Missouri, are within 2 miles of the cabin.
What To Do - If You Don't Hunt: Recommendations:
1) Fish 3 rivers in one day without setting foot in a car. Pull out a Sturgeon in the Teton River, a Walleye in the Marias River, & a Paddlefish out of the Missouri.
2) Hike or mountain bike to the top of the property. Watch 3 rivers run, simultaneously. The mtns to the east are the Bears Paw, home to 3 Indian tribes.
3) Bring/rent a canoe, raft, or motor boat. If it is early-to-mid summer, put in at the Teton River 100 yards from the cabin, float to the Marias 1/2 mile away, keep going to the Missouri, another 1.5 miles away. (Be sure to wear a life vest.) Drop anchor in each river. If it is late summer, start at the Marias.
4) Take a drive to Virgile Ferry. Cross the Missouri as the local ranchers and farmers have done for a century.
5) Have a meal at Ft. Benton's elegant Grand Union, arguably finest in the Northwest.
6) Take the binoculars and bird watch: pheasant, turkeys, pelicans, osprey, eagles, hawks, owls, and others that nest in the cliffs.
Military veteran (former nuclear submarine officer commissioned out of U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD). Post-military, obtained MBA from London Business School & has worked in Oil/Gas & Hedge Funds. Owns an operating cattle ranch near the Rocky Mountain Eastern Front and river-side property in Western Montana near Missoula. But the property at Fort Benton/Loma, MT is his favorite and is the perfect antidote, buttressed by 3 rivers and virgin countryside, for those who want a break from their demanding schedules. He hopes you enjoy the property as much as he has and does.
It was a beautiful, peaceful place to stay. Everyone in Loma was so friendly and helpful - a great place to stay with a very welcoming community. We loved it, and would love to visit again!
Had turkey day dinner here. Kitchen held up well enough. Im sure that was the most cooking to be done in that place ever. Generator is easy to deal with and quiet. There was a nice buck on the property as well. Also, there is good bird hunting in the area.
One thing to mention, which was my fault. Region 400 closes earlier than the rest of the other regions so check your regs and where you are going to hunt. Found good deer hunting in region 6 but had to travel a little to get to it. Fort Benton is close and was able to supply us with everything we needed and awesome food at the hotel. We will be back with the Jet boat.
My family and I along with a group of friends spent a wonderful 3 day weekend at this cabin. There is plenty to do here, we hiked along the Teton River, fished the Marias River, and the Missouri is 5 minutes away. There is a lot of land to explore. The cabin is very comfortable and has everything you need. I would stay here again and again! Loved this cabin!
My boyfriend and I have visited Montana a few times, and this time we decided to explore the Fort Benton area.
You do not get to see such a beautiful landscape everyday. To me, the pics do not do any justice. The sunset was spectacular.
I love fishing, and this was the place!The cabin that we were staying at was big and relaxing. Right outside the cabin there is a river where you can enjoy fishing.
My dog loved the fact that it could take a bath every now and then. After a day of fishing, we went to Fort Benton to the old hotel, we had a beautiful dinner!! Very interesting place.
I do recommend this place, especially I wanna thank Pat and Scottie who made our staying very pleasant!
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Property Damage Protection||£47|
|Cleaning||£68 + Tax|
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Hunting-Fishing-Get-a-Way Cabin on 365 acres + 6000 BLM acres with excellent access, 1 mile of river frontage, neighbor to 2 other rivers. Off-grid cabin, sleeps 8, is highly private yet only 50 MINUTES FROM GREAT FALLS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
-Loma: 1.5 miles, pop 150, with great cafe, gas for car, key Lewis & Clark historical site, rare meeting place of 3 rivers.
-Fort Benton, 11 miles, pop 2500, official birthplace of Montana.
-Great Falls, 60 miles, pop 75,000.
-Rocky Boy Indian Reservation (Cree Tribe), 50 miles, powwow & rodeo.
The land consist of treed river bottom with the Teton River meandering through property for 1 mile, teeming with WHITETAIL DEER; & plateau & badlands, teeming with MULE DEER, with vistas of 3 major rivers (Upper Missouri River 2 miles away, Marias River 1/2 mile away, & Teton River) & 2 mountain ranges (Bears Paw & Highwood Mtns). The BLM acreage is mostly prairie & badlands, some river bottom.