About the Ranch
The Double Spear Ranch is surrounded by Western history. Time moves slowly here on the reservation, and many things have remained unchanged for 200 years.
We have run over 300 mother cows on more than 5000 acres, that still show the wagon ruts of the old Bozeman Trail.
If still alive, our neighbors would be Plenty Coups, the Crow Chief who became chief of all Indian tribes. And, Will James, the famous cowboy artist and author, rode these hills with Grandpa Blackmore and chased wild mustangs.
From the ranch headquarters, you can view most of the ranch, which extends to the mountain top.
On the ranch, every beautiful season has its own special work waiting. In early Spring, there is calving. When the snow melts and wildflowers bloom, it will be branding time. In the summer, there is tall grass, cowboy campouts and cattle to move. Later, when the air is crisp and leaves turn golden, the roundups begin. Our Winter season offers real quiet and quality time - working outside or sitting by a warm fire - depending on what is wanted we offer lesser rates (depends on guest demands)
We are thankful to be here, and proud to share a lifestyle that has existed for generations.