1 Fort Musselshell Trl is home to recreational paradise, located on the west bank of Fort Peck Reservoir in Petroleum County, Montana. Bordered by U.S. Fish & Wildlife’s Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, and situated in district 410 for elk, deer, and mountain lion, and unit 481 for pronghorn, the location is a dream for big game hunters and trophy fishermen alike. This home consists of 2 b/1b, kitchen, living, attached garage, and game room, and a unfinished basement that could have more bedrooms added and a Generator. Crooked Creek Marina, located just about a mile’s drive north of the property, is known for its boating and fishing with trophy walleye, northern pike, bass and catfish. Potable water and boat storage are also available at the Marina. The property is easily accessible by the maintained all-weather gravel road leading to Crooked Creek Recreation area. MT. With 1600 miles of shoreline and one million acres of public land access, the possibilities are endless.