Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site

Step back into the days when cowboys ruled America's west on a visit to Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site. When you enter the bunkhouse, you will feel like a cowboy or cowgirl as the smell of hay, leather, and horses drift through the air. Head to the Thoroughbred Barn to see the many horse-drawn vehicles it took to keep this ranch, one of the largest in America going in the l800s. Visit with the numerous staff, including chuckwagon cooks, blacksmiths, and cowboys that are reenacting ranch life in America. There are plenty of animals to see, including cattle and horses. Learn more about the life of cattle baron John Francis Grant, who created dominance in the area by marrying eight women from various Native American tribes and fathering 26 children so that he could do business with his Native American neighbors.

Where to Stay

RV Parks & Campgrounds Near Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site

You will not want to miss a second of exploring this area's wide-open spaces, so skip the long drives by bringing your RV. You will be delighted by the memories that you build with your loved ones when you go camping. If you do not have an RV, it is easy to rent one on RVshare.com. All different sizes are available.

RV Rentals Near Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site

Things to Do

Things To Do Near Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site

There are 18 buildings to visit at Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site. Ranch hands built many of them in the late 1800s. Learn more about this unique time in Montana's history. As the buffalo herds were dwindling due to over-hunting, ranchers were able to capitalize by grazing large herds on the open land. In addition to the fascinating main house, visit with blacksmiths, cooks, cowboys, and others to get a first-hand view of life on the range. 

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How To Get To Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site

Quickly get to Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site from Deer Lodge, Montana, by getting on Interstate 90 Business Loop. Go north for about 1 mile. Right after you cross Johnson Creek, you will see the historic site.

Address

266 Warren Ln, Deer Lodge, MT 59722

Fee: Entry Fee (Per Person) There is no entry fee.

The headquarters for Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site is on one of the largest ranches from Montana's open-range days. Explore over 18 historic trails, go hiking and visit with reenactors at this site. Be sure to bring your RV to explore the Deer Valley area. If you do not have one, rent one on RVshare.com.