Activities & Outdoor Recreation

With easy access to the Bitterroot-Selway wilderness area; blue-ribbon trout streams; mountain lakes; and hundreds of miles of hiking, biking and horseback trails, there is no lack of Outdoor Recreation available to Arrow Hill Ranch property owners.

No matter what outdoor activity you enjoy — downhill and cross-country skiing, snow-boarding, snowmobiling, golfing,    horseback riding, hiking, climbing, bicycling/mountain biking, shopping, hunting, fishing, boating, whitewater rafting,    kayaking, relaxing at the hot springs, swimming, hot air ballooning, sky diving, and much more — you can find it in the    Bitterroot Valley.

  • Bitterroot Valley Montana Mountain Views

  • Scenic Hiking and Photographic Areas

  • Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge

  • Teller Wildlife Refuge

  • Panoramic Views of St. Mary's Peak and Blodgett Canyon

  • Willoughby Environmental Education Area

  • Charles Waters Nature Trail

  • Blodgett Canyon Campground and Hiking Trail

  • Private and Public Golf Clubs in and Around the Community

  • Stock Farm Golf Clubhouse

As one of the most coveted properties in the Bitterroot Valley, Arrow Hill Ranch is next to one of the most exclusive destinations in the area — the premiere Stock Farm. Featuring Montana's Golf masterpiece by Tom Fazio, the Stock Farm Club is a complete, authentic, 19th-century Horse Ranch with more than 30 miles of equestrian trails and the impressive 27,000 square foot Montana Clubhouse Lodge.

Outside the gates of Arrow Hill Ranch is the Hamilton Golf Club. Established in 1924 on land once owned by Montana Copper King, Marcus Daly, this 18-hole, public golf course has long been listed as one of the best Public Courses in the    Northwest. At 6,545 yards from the white tees, this par 72 course can offer a challenge to the good golfer as well as an enjoyable round for families and new golfers. In addition, the Club has a full service Pro Shop and a practice facility with driving range, putting and chipping greens, along with professional instruction.

The third golf course in the Bitterroot Valley is the Whitetail Golf Course. It is a nine-hole course nestled in the midst of the Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge near scenic Stevensville and home to beautiful wildlife and panoramic scenery, including protected wetlands that surround the entire course.