With almost 1,000 acres of ranch land to access, the Box Elder Pasture hosts great opportunities for mule deer, whitetail and pheasant hunting. Over two miles of Box Elder Creek runs through the pastureland, creating canyons and water sources for wildlife to roam about. Cottonwood trees line the bank of the year-round creek with various drainages running into it. Meanwhile, big bends in the flowing water provide great habitat for species to enjoy.
Visitors can park on the south side of the property and hike in from there. RV camping can occur in this same location, otherwise a tent can be pitched anywhere on the ranch. Otherwise, the nearest town of Winnett, MT is just 10 miles away and has a motel and Airbnb options. If you’d like to stick close to the property, ‘Mckenna’s Bunkhouse’ is only half a mile from the south fence line.
There is no minimum or maximum number of days required when booking. If I am on the property during your trip I am more than happy to help retrieve the harvest.
We hope our visitors will respect the land in the same way that we do and will please leave the grounds the way they were found. We are looking forward to hosting you on the Ahlgren Ranch!
Property Details & Ground Rules
- Check In: After 12:00 AM
- Check Out: Before 12:00 AM
- Nearby Interstate: No
- Nearby Highway: No
- Nearby Airport: N/A
- Campfires: Not allowed
- Pets: Allowed on property
- ATV's: Not allowed
- Parking: Yes
- Vehicles: 2 Allowed
- Drive-in Access: No
- Walk-in Access: Yes
- Guests: 4 Allowed
Landowner Rules: We are actively managing the property to grow mature deer. Harvest of any adolescent buck will result in a $500 fee. We also require that you text us pictures of any animals you harvest. Carcasses must be removed from the property. You can leave the gut pile, but carcasses must be removed. Regardless of quartering etc, the entire carcass must be removed.
Cancellation Policy: Refunds are only available within 48 hours of the landowner accepting your booking request.
- GVGlenn V
This is a fun place to hunt. There is a lot of wildlife in the area and a lot that passes through Box Elder bottom. Charlie will make sure you have a great experience.Reviewed by Guest on December 2021
- SMSpencer M
All and more of my expectations were met while on the Box-Elder bottom. It is prime white-tailed deer habitat with very, very healthy deer population, while I was out hunting on Box-Elder bottom I observed many “shooter” bucks, and I am sure many more that I did not see. I would highly recommend hunting here to anybody, and with kids as well. Another plus is the pack out is very easy! I will definitely be going back!Reviewed by Guest on November 2021