Dome Mountain Guest Ranch

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This historic ranch is believed to be haunted by a former manager, who died in a boating accident in the national park. Staff believe he was so attached to the ranch that he returned, and many have seen him wandering around the property, as if inspecting it.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

2017 U.S. Highway 89
Emigrant, MT
United States

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45.2493477, -110.8705013
Park County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Corwin Springs, MT (10.2 mi.)
Emigrant, MT (10.7 mi.)
Pray, MT (12.9 mi.)
Jardine, MT (16.9 mi.)
Gardiner, MT (17.0 mi.)
Mammoth, WY (20.6 mi.)
Big Sky, MT (24.3 mi.)
Gallatin Gateway, MT (28.5 mi.)
Four Corners, MT (30.4 mi.)
Bozeman, MT (30.8 mi.)


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