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Georgetown Homesite This rare and beautiful Georgetown Lake lot is over 4 acres and ready for your building plans. It is approved for on-site septic and has utilities nearby. It is level with eastern exposure and the road side of the parcel is nicely treed with conifers. The water’s edge is a prolific habitat for water birds and other aquatic animals. This is a very interesting article on Montana's Top Fisheries, of which Georgetown Lake is, by the Montana, Fish, Wildlife, and Parks Department.

The Georgetown Lake environs is a setting of spectacular, rock-faced, snow-capped, scenery of the stately Anaconda-Pintlar Range which features the Continental Divide to the south and hundreds of square miles of U.S. Forest Service Lands and Wilderness Areas. What’s more, the East Fork Reservoir is only a short drive away and offers the fishing enthusiast a completely different lake environment and species of fish. The historic mining town of Philipsburg is only about 30 minutes as well area and is rich with history and the town still retains the charm of its early years.

This waterfront oasis can be purchased with the nearby 1,100 acres Pintlar Shadows Ranch which would provide the purchaser with the best of big game hunting and trout fishing habitats.

Georgetown HomesiteFishing is widely available in the area in addition to Georgetown Lake which is one of Montana’s premier blue ribbon fisheries offering nearly year round angling for trophy rainbow and brook trout and kokanee salmon. With an average depth of 16 feet, the lake is relatively shallow and much of the lake bottom is weedy providing excellent cover for the fish and habitat for the insect larva, aquatic insects and the fresh water shrimp that make up a large part of the trout’s diet.

The famous blue-ribbon trout stream, Rock Creek nestled between the Sapphire Mountains to the west and the John Long Mountains to the east, is arguably one of the finest trout stream in Montana. This 52-mile blue-ribbon stream runs through Missoula and Granite Counties and is a tributary of the Clark Fork River. The river’s headwaters are found in Lolo National Forest near Philipsburg, Montana, and its confluence with the Clark Fork occurs in Clinton, MT. Along the way, it offers beautiful deep holding pools, shallow and extensive riffles, serene rock gardens, fast runs, and a moderately long whitewater section. Thanks to these water features, wildlife abounds along Rock Creek. Amid its rocky bluffs and the green pastures, it is not uncommon to see Bighorn sheep, deer, and moose.

Georgetown HomesiteHunting is considered excellent in the Granite County area and has a reputation for producing trophy elk. The features of this outstanding parcel of property offer wildlife migrating from the surrounding forest the first substantial grazing habitat along the ranches southern boundary.

Discovery Basin Ski Area offers winter-recreation as well as summer biking opportunities with its 2,200 acres and average of 215” of snow. The mountain has three faces with the front face featuring the perfect blend of gently sloping runs and more advanced groomed cruisers. No matter what kind of mountain you like, the area claims to have it. Discovery also offers a lot of downhill thrills during the summer months at the Discovery Bike Park from June 18th through October. The trails are intermediate to advanced with loads of features for downhill riders to enjoy. Please refer to the links to the right to see additional photos, maps, and to download other resources. If the links return to this page we do not have media uploaded yet. Of course we welcome your call to get further information.