Community Map

This is nature on a grand scale

Moonlight Basin serves as a vital link in a vast wilderness chain by connecting two major parts of the 260,000-acre Lee Metcalf Wilderness. These, in turn, are surrounded by 3 million acres of national forest, and ultimately joined with the 20-million-acre Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. And yet Moonlight Basin’s connection to the wilderness is not just physical. It’s philosophical. Preserving the things that make Moonlight Basin special is in our DNA. The more we protect, the more there is to enjoy – open spaces with unobstructed views, trailheads leading to tall forests and pristine alpine lakes, places where elk, deer and moose far outnumber humans – an ideal prospect for anyone with an adventurous spirit.

  1. MOONLIGHT LODGE
  2. SILVERTIP RESIDENCES
  3. THE TIMBERS
  4. LAKE CABINS
  5. ULERY’S LAKE
  6. THE NEW GOLF CLUBHOUSE
Moonlight Basin Community Map

This map is for illustrative and orientation purposes only, and what is represented on the map may change based on planning and development decisions. It may not be used to accurately portray what currently exists on the site, including any designations or representations with regard to lands not owned by Lone Mountain Land Company. Lone Mountain Land Company makes no representations regarding the accuracy of the information portrayed.