This ranch was once the home of “Montana’s Cattle King,” Conrad Kohrs, who purchased the property from its original owner, Canadian Johnny Grant, and went on to graze some 50,000 cows on these pastures. The site is maintained today as a working ranch on 1,500 acres of land with 90 historic structures.

The park shares the history of Montana’s cattle industry and cowboy culture, offering demonstrations of traditional 19th century skills, such as blacksmithing and tending fields with teams of horses. Take a free guided tour and explore the walking trails to see the bunkhouses, barns and animals and to take in the bucolic big-sky beauty.

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