Parrot Creek Ranch is a classic Montana retreat in the Bull Mountains south of the Musselshell River and north of the Yellowstone River. These are low elevation mountains in the range of 3,400’-4,700′ made up of rolling Ponderosa Pine covered hills, giving the ranch the look and feel of a high mountain property. It is fair to say that it actually has the look and feel of “The Ponderosa” of old time TV fame. Parrot Creek looks exactly how a classic ranch should look.
The terrain consists of grassy valleys, timbered ridges, deep rugged draws and unique sandstone rock outcroppings. Although both the East Fork and the West Fork of Parrott Creek run through the property with occasional water coming to the surface, most of the water is established throughout the ranch with springs and wells that run year-round. The improvements are well located and there is pride of ownership displayed throughout the ranch from fencing to corrals and operating facilities.