When you buy land in Montana, you also buy yourself a slice of that famous sky that stretches from the Rocky Mountains to the Great Plains. Whether you're looking for an operational ranch, a family retreat, or a recreational property for hunting, fishing, or unadulterated exploration, Montana land has it all.
At Sports Afield Trophy Properties, our available land in Montana ranges from the hundreds to the thousands of acres, giving you space for agricultural development, cattle or bison farming, equestrian sports, hunting and fishing development, or a little bit of each.
Outdoor recreation in Montana is world-class, no matter the season. Hunt for elk, mule deer, waterfowl, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, or antelope. Fish for trout, walleye, or pike. Ski one of the 77 ranges of the Rockies in the state, or snowmobile your way across 4,000 miles of trails and frozen lakes in the winter.
An abundant reserve of mineral and water rights on Montana lands also helps to make the decision to buy land in Montana an obvious choice. With a population of just over 1 million people spread across the 147,000 square miles of this state, you'll feel like you have an entire private world all to yourself.
Contact one of our agents today to schedule a showing of some of our Montana properties for sale. While you may be in Big Sky Country, that doesn't mean that things move slowly out here. These lands are known for selling quickly, so don't delay. Turn your big dreams into a big reality when you buy land in Montana.
Little Belt Mountain Getaway!
Beautiful 25+ acres has it all for the outdoor enthusiast. Resident elk and deer herds frequent the area. The tract offers tremendous views of the upper Trout Creek valley.
50+ acres of potential building sites secluded in thick meadows.
Private, level 20 acres with mountain views, lots of trees, no covenants!
20 acres featuring mature trees and mountain views.
Tranquility At Meadow Lake Resort. Here is your chance to own a slice of paradise centrally located between Glacier National Park, the year-round recreational haven of Whitefish, and incomparable Flathead Lake