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An Undiscovered Natural Playground: Moonlight Basin's Ski and Golf Resort


Moonlight basin

Explore a winter and summer resort touched by luxury, blessed with exceptional skiing and golf, and surrounded by wilderness. Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, Moonlight Basin is a luxurious public resort located only an hour from Bozeman, Montana, and just two minutes above Big Sky Resort, At Moonlight Basin, families reconnect to nature and each other - with relaxing resort escapes: golf getaways, luxury spa retreats, ski vacation packages, and all the other adventures Montana has to offer.

Moonlight Basin is a 8,150 acre public business model situated between Lone Mountain and the Spanish Peaks range in the Jack Creek drainage of Madison County. There are 1651 residential units fully entitled for development of which 353 have been built and sold. Amenities include a spa, 8,000-yard Jack Nicklaus golf course (the back 9 holes are completed) and 1,900 acres of pristine groomers, tree glades, and challenging steep terrain (with more terrain to come). Vacant land parcels vary in size from 1 acre to 160 acres. Residential options include private ski-in ski-out homes, cabins, and condos. Much of their real estate can be accessed on skis to both Moonlight Basin and Big Sky Resort's 5,512 skiable acres (with the Lone Peak Pass). Moonlight Basin filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2008. Moonlight Basin transfered ownership of the resort to the investment bank of Lehman Brothers and moved the resort out of bankruptcy on October 26, 2012.

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For more information about Moonlight's Founding Membership contact your local Big Sky Sotheby's International Realty Agent today