Dyce Creek Ranch
Dillon, MT | 794± Acres | $649,000
Make it Your Own
Perfectly situated a stone’s throw from the Pioneer Mountains and the vast Forest Service land that is available for public use, Dyce Creek Ranch is a clean canvas to create your ideal Montana ranch. The land is home to several large game species and sage grouse breeding grounds. Numerous mountain lakes and streams nearby provide excellent hiking, camping, fishing and hunting. Some of the best fishing in Montana can be found in the nearby Big Hole and Beaverhead rivers. Download the Dyce Creek property brochure.
The Dyce Creek Ranch consists of 794± deeded acres in Beaverhead County. The property is about 1/3 improved native range, which lends itself to summer grazing for a small cattle herd.
The improvements include chopping sagebrush and tilling in a nice grazing mix. A small developed spring adorns the ranch, providing stock water throughout the summer.
The land is home to several large game species throughout the year, such as mule deer and Rocky Mountain elk. Native sage grouse are common in the spring, summer and fall with several breeding grounds in the area.
Hunting, camping, fishing and hiking opportunities are endless in the nearby Pioneer Mountains. Two nearby rivers, the Beaverhead and Big Hole, offer blue-ribbon trout fishing.
Dyce Creek Ranch is east of Dillon, Montana in the southwest region of the state. A town of 5,000 people, Dillon is home to the University of Montana Western, an airport for private aircraft and a new hospital.
Follow the steps of Lewis and Clark through Southwest Montana. Visit the Big Hole Battlefield monument or go to the ghost town of Bannack and get a feel for what it was like to live here during the Gold Rush.
Location and Potential
Dyce Creek Ranch offers privacy with access to nearby amenities. A large tract of land in Southwest Montana, the ranch offers endless potential to build your Montana dream home, establish a small cattle herd or create a base camp for outdoor recreation. Download the full property brochure here.
The Dyce Creek Ranch lies approximately 21 miles west of Dillon, Montana just off Montana Highway 278.
Dillon is a historically significant town in Southwest Montana located on the banks of the Beaverhead River. A town of 5,000 people, Dillon boasts a new hospital with a state-of-the-art medical facility and top-notch trauma center. The University of Montana Western brings a diverse and vibrant feel to the community that is unique to a small Montana town. The Dillon airport is a paved runway long enough to handle most private aircraft and offers a full FBO. Nearby cities of Idaho Falls, Bozeman and Butte offer commercial air service.