The Circle Bar Ranch on the Judith River is a historic guest and working ranch that dates back to the late 1800s. The ranch sits in the bridging corridor that connects the alpine habitat of the Little Belt Mountains to the Judith River Valley. This dramatic scenery drew western artist Charlie Russell to spend time on the ranch and in the area. Over a century has passed and the ranch remains a great location for a small cattle outfit, family retreat or full-scale dude ranch. Buying a working guest ranch or family retreat is a lifestyle choice for you and your family. In todays hectic world this type of shift may be exactly what is needed.
The ranch is nearly 520 acres of rolling hills, timbered ridges and over one mile of lush river bottom. State land borders the property, giving access to the Helena - Lewis and Clark National Forest. This is a perfect location for fishing, hiking, horseback riding, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and bird and trophy big game hunting.