Jul 09 2012
The Park Service has bought out the second largest remaining inholding in Glacier Park . . .
The National Park Service has acquired the second largest privately owned property remaining in Glacier National Park, the park service announced Monday.
The Trust for Public Land bought the 120-acre homestead property named Doody Ranch on the Middle Fork of the Flathead River near Harrison Lake. The property was purchased for $900,000 and sold to the park service for the same amount using royalties from offshore energy leases.