Rey Spring Creek Ranch lies in the least developed river valley within 30± miles of Bozeman. Without the impact of state highways, large roads, or railways, the privacy of the Lower Madison River is a rarity among other river valleys in Montana. The views are dramatic and diverse with the Spanish Peaks and the Tobacco Root Mountains to the south, the cliffs along the Madison River to the west, and the hills and bluffs that include Madison Buffalo Jump State Park to the east.
Just outside the friendly farming and ranching community of Three Forks, MT and just off I-90, Rey Spring Creek Ranch offers many outdoor recreation opportunities. Nearby is the Missouri Headwaters State Park, the historic place where Lewis and Clark discovered the confluence of the Jefferson, Madison and Gallatin rivers. This confluence creates the headwaters of the 2,300± mile Missouri River, the longest single river in North America. Campgrounds, hiking trails, fishing, and floating are many of the recreational opportunities in the area. Exploration of the Madison Buffalo Jump and the Lewis and Clark Caverns can also be enjoyed.
Just 20 minutes east lies Bozeman, a vibrant town and home to Montana State University (pop. 48,000± plus 16,700± students). In recent years, Bozeman has received national accolades for its scenic location, limitless outdoor activitie,s and historic downtown area. The cafes, restaurants, and boutiques have become favorite places for individuals who love the fishing, hunting, skiing, mountain biking, and hiking available in the surrounding area. Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport serves Alaska, Allegiant, American, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Sun Country and United airlines.