Truly a sportsman’s paradise, this nearly 450 acre property would make your own very private Montana retreat, with 380 acres set aside in Conservation Easement of Wetland Reserve, and almost 70 acres of it deeded to allow building upon. A bird hunter’s dream, it sits below a waterfowl migration route! There are artesian year-round springs and creeks resulting in the ideal habitat for a perfect waterfowl wonderland supporting Pheasant, Hungarian Partridge, Wild Turkeys, Sandhill Cranes, Trumpeter Swans and thousands of Mallard Ducks and Geese flocking to the open waters. This preserve allows for possible food plots and alfalfa and barley have been grown in the recent past. All of this lends itself to some amazing wildlife viewing and expansive green views with a backdrop of the Mission Mountains and a place to enjoy and cherish for generations. There are abundant opportunities for excellent trout fishing, kayaking, rafting, and complete year-round recreational activities on the nearby Clark Fork, Flathead, and Jocko Rivers. Originally called Spring Creek, Ronan's name was changed in 1893 in honor of Major Peter Ronan, superintendent of the Flathead Indian Reservation. It serves as the hub of the agricultural community in the Mission Valley. Adorned with the beauty of the Mission Mountains and various sources of fishing and wildlife habitat, the community of more than 3,000 residents offers a variety of opportunities. The main highway route to Ronan is US 93. The closest Interstate is I-90, which is 46 miles to the south on US 93. Nearby airports are in Kalispell and Missoula. The daily Amtrak passenger service the Empire Builder runs between Seattle/ Portland and Chicago. Nearby depots are in Whitefish (76 miles north) and West Glacier.