Relocate to Montana!
We can easily help you relocate to the beautiful Stillwater Valley in South Central Montana. Montana is the 4th largest state and has been nick-named the "Last Best Place" in the great American West, because of it's scenic views, the rugged landscape, vast valleys and picturesque mountain ranges. With less than 6 people per square mile average, Montana truly offers a place for people to commune with nature in a sportsman paradise.
Columbus, Montana sits in the stunning Stillwater Valley in South Central Montana where the Stillwater River converges on the Yellowstone river. The greater Yellowstone ecosystem serves as the backdrop to Montana cattle and horse country with the commanding views of the Crazy Mountains, Absaroka and Beartooth Mountain Ranges. Red Lodge is located about 45 miles south and offers excellent winter activities without all the hype of large ski areas, in true Montana style.
Yellowstone National Park sits about in our backyard here in South Central Montana. This area commands recreation use at it's finest from the tens of millions of acres of pristine high country and is preserved as national forest. From these federal lands spring the rivers and the streams that water the state's cattle ranches, it's trophy hunting lands, and of course, the superb blue ribbon fly-fishing.
Billings is the trade and distribution center for most of Montana, Northern Wyoming and western portions of North Dakota and South Dakota. Billings is also the retail destination for much of the same area.
Billings, Montana, located in Yellowstone County, which is east of Columbus, MT, is the most populous area in a 500 mile radium and the amount of people from the surrounding areas that travel to this "hub" for its services and amenities is remarkable. This area offers many qualities key to economic success, including a solid, hard working and educated workforce; lower than national costs of utilities along with wage; and an unquestionably pro-business environment. Check out Thinkbillings.com for more area information.
Billings Stillwater Clinic, Montana Silversmiths, Stillwater Mining Company, Exxon Mobile, Phillips 66, Cenex Pipeline, Northwestern Energy, Billings Clinic, St. Vincent Healthcare, Wells Fargo, GE Capital, KOA, Tire Rama, Peterbuilt, Fed Ex, UPS, Kohls, Gardner Distributing
Education and Schools:
Columbus Elementary, Middle School, High School
Absarokee Elementary, Middle School, High School
Joliet Elementary, Middle School, High School
Park City Elementary, Middle School, High School
Red Lodge Elementary, Middle School, High School
Reed Point Elementary, Middle School
Rapelje Elementary, Middle School, High School
Rocky Mountain College, Billings, MT
Montana State University Billings, Billings, MT
Area attractions include Yellowstone National Park, Pompey's Pillar, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Pictograph Cave, Chief Plenty Coups State Park and Zoo Montana. With more hotel accommodations than any area within a five state region, the city of Billings hosts a variety of conventions, concerts, sporting events and other rallies. Events hosted by the city include the Wine and Food Festival at MSU Billings, Strawberry Festival, SummerFair at North Park, Magic City Blues Festival, Crow Fair and Rodeo in Crow Agency and Big Sky State Games.
Red Lodge is the gateway to Yellowstone National Park via the Beartooth Highway. Here you can find world class outdoor recreation, river rafting, fishing, skiing, hiking, biking. There are plenty of accommodations, restaurants, coffee shops, shopping, entertainment and friendly folks.
Columbus, MT sits in picturesque Stillwater County, where the Stillwater River converges into the Yellowstone River. The Town of Columbus is a full service community of approximately 2000 people, located 40 miles west of Billings. There are ample recreational activities in this fisherman's paradise, and is an exceptional place for your family.
FUN MONTANA FACTS:
There are 55 State Parks in Montana, totaling almost 41,113 Acres
Public Lands in Montana account for 26.14 million acres, and 28% of Montana is Federal Land, 5 million acres are State Land
There are 58.6 Million Acres cultivated in Montana
Out of Each Square Mile in Montana, on average there are 1.4 Elk, 1.4 Antelope, 3.3 Deer and 6.2 people
Montana truly is the "Last Best Place!"
Check in with us often to find your dream property in South Central Montana. Let us know how we can help!