Links below lead to select Roundup Mesa Ranch parcels that are available for purchase today:
Montana property owners at Roundup Mesa Ranch find the setting to be rural, quiet, and unassuming. Some of the ranch land borders the city limits of the town of Roundup, Montana. This town of 2,000 folks offers most amenities for a town including several grocery stores, a county hospital, schools, a nine hole golf course, restaurants and a retirement village. The downtown still has the feel of an old cowboy western. Just make sure you wear your blue jeans. While Roundup is low-key, the big city beckons just 50 miles away in Billings, Montana. (If you know something about Montana, you'll recognize that's somewhere between "close" and "not too far.") The largest city in Montana with 100,000 population, Billings is one of the best areas if you are looking for employment. You'll find all major retailers, restaurants, business professionals, a performing arts theater, and full-service airport.
More about this Montana property. Scattered trees cover the large rolling grasslands on most parcels. You'll discover hidden coulees that are flanked by hilltops. Walk up for a view, or walk down to duck the wind. Access the property year round with a 4x4 vehicle. Yes, there is snow to be expected, but it comes and goes throughout the winter. As for wildlife, you'll find many species, notably Mule deer to Sharptail Grouse. (Find out why they call the Sharptail Grouse the poor man's pheasant, and why Montana is prime hunting grounds for this "best of upland game birds".) Many buyers seek Montana property for sale for its recreational opportunities. Round Up Mesa delivers and then some: Fort Peck reservoir to the north offers excellent fishing for Walleye, Pike, Chinook, Bass and Trout. The Missouri River runs across Montana north of Roundup and also offers excellent fishing for the prehistoric Paddlefish!
Attractions near Round Up Mesa Ranch: Lake Mason National Wildlife Refuge, Deadman's Basin State Park, Lake Elmo State Park, Pictograph Cave State Park, Pompey's Pillar, Gritty Stone Voyagers Rest, Bull Mountains, Musselshell River
Cities located nearby: Roundup, Montana Billings, Montana If you're interested in visiting this Montana property for sale, fly in to Billings Logan International Airport. Learn more about Roundup, Montana, including population, weather, home values, and more. Bit of History Where did the name Roundup come from? Ranchers found the valley near the Musselshell River an ideal place to "round up" their cattle in the fall of each year. Others will tell you it was named Roundup because the area marked the end point of the Texas Trail, famous for cattle drives into Montana.