Mountain ranges, unspoiled wilderness, vast forests, beautiful lakes, wild rivers, national parks, ski areas, abundant wildlife, trophy trout streams and moderate climate makes Koocanusa Country a paradise beyond compare. Located in the extreme Northwest corner of Montana, Lincoln County borders Canada on the north and Idaho on the west.
Originally, an important logging and Christmas tree center, the area is now rapidly becoming an internationally recognized recreational destination with: four golf courses, hiking trails, kayaking, rock climbing, water and snow skiing, boating, fishing with Captain Norm's Fish-N-Fun or observing nature as you slowly drift down one of the scenic rivers.
Over 76% of the land in Lincoln County is owned by the Federal/State governments. However, because of this finite amount of private property, land values have been steadily increasing. Fortunately, large tracts of land are still available, along with small acreages and developed building sites for a fraction of the cost of most other recreational communities.
If you long for clean air, crystal clear water, an unhurried lifestyle and access to unspoiled nature, Koocanusa Country offers a unique opportunity to live and play in one of Montana's premier recreational areas.