Grey Wolf Ranch
Grey Wolf Ranch is a family-owned enterprise. Our guests experience a ranch built for families, good friends and small groups to enjoy the beauty and serenity of Montana. Nestled in a wild life corridor, between the Bob Marshall Wilderness area and the Mission Mountains, with the Flathead Indian Reservation to the north of us, our meadow provides endless hours of watching the changing of the seasons. Bear, elk, deer and occasional moose are often seen scouting the perimeter of the meadow. The coyotes are fun to watch as they chase each other and hunt for gophers. For bird lovers, there are the Sand Hill Cranes with their babies as they migrate back and forth across the meadow in search of food. Whether it is winter, spring, summer or fall, each of the seasons has its own natural attributes that make Montana and the Grey Wolf Ranch one of the Inspirational and memorable places on earth. Warm weather activities include fly fishing, golf, white water rafting on the Blackfoot, hiking, bird watching and boating on Seeley and Placid Lakes as well as exploring some of the many other surrounding lakes. Cold weather activities include snowmobiling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and ice fishing. We can arrange for all activities to keep families that want to experience outdoor sports and recreation that go with being in the Big Sky Country as busy or relaxed as they choose. Grey Wolf Ranch is equipped to make your “dining” experience one to remember. So whether you choose to remain on the ranch taking advantage of our central services or using your cabin’s fully equipped kitchen and barbeque, you will be pleased with your choice. You also have the option of stepping out for “local color” at one of the many restaurants in the Seeley Swan Ovando area. Check our website for more information or call and let us show how we tailor our services to your needs and wishes. There is little commercial about us; we are your ranch away from home right down to providing high-speed wireless along with that traditional Montana ranch environment.