Blackfoot River Homestead - Missoula

This unique, hand hewn home is a combination of the original Kleinschmidt homestead and a barn which was located about eight miles from the ranch. Both buildings were constructed in the mid 1880's when this portion of the Blackfoot Valley was originally settled. The Krutar sons spent three years completely restoring the two buildings into a grand house with the distinctive flavor of yesteryear, combined with all of today's modern conveniences. The lumber for the reconstruction was logged from and milled on the ranch.

This 1900 sq. ft. log home has 3 bedrooms (1 king bed; 2 queen beds + 1 hide-a-bed) and two full baths. Amenities include phone, full kitchen, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, cooking utensils, linens, washer, dryer, gas grill (BBQ), mountain bikes, and Internet.

Enjoy wide open beauty of snowcapped mountains framing the southern edge of the Bob Marshall Wilderness making the uncluttered views breathtaking. The Homestead is located on a ranch with two spring creeks, the North Fork and the Blackfoot, and four ponds home to our resident native trout, some up to 25 inches. While many guests combine the fishing private waters with that of nearby rivers and lakes, some join us to simply seek quiet solitude from today's hurried pace.

Mailing Address
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Street Address
518 Homestead Lane
Ovando,  MT 59854

Phone: 406-793-5607

Blackfoot River Homestead is located on the third-generation, Krutar ranch located 5.5 miles east of Ovando just off Montana Highway 200. Homestead Lane is on the west side of the highway between mile marker 49 and 50. Only 55 miles east of Missoula. Look for the Homestead Lane sign!

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Cash, Personal Check (In State), Personal Check (Out Of State)

Late Cancellation Fee, Reservations Required

Books, Internet Access, Kitchen, Laundry, Microwave, Non-Smoking, Parking, Refrigerator, Shuttle Service

Barbecue, Bicycling, Bird Watching, Business Retreats, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking, Nature, Photography, Walking, Wildlife Viewing