Crail Ranch Homestead Museum is a project of the Big Sky Community Corporation, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization which exists to promote, acquire, preserve, and maintain land, parks, trails, and easements for the use of the people of the Big Sky Community and general public.Contact the Crail Ranch Conservators organization at email@example.com.
The historic small cabin first occupied by the Crail family has long been a repository for museum support materials including chairs, tables, gardening equipment, canopies, etc. At last work is moving forward to provide a separate project center on the Crail Ranch grounds to remedy storage problems. Read More
Visit Crail Ranch this Summer!
The Crail Ranch Homestead Museum historic buildings are open to visitors 12-3 PM on weekends during July and August. An informative display on area history is open year-round in the Big Sky Visitor's Center. Summer Event Schedule
Publications and Articles Available
Articles pertaining to the history of the Crail Ranch and the Gallatin Canyon basin area now known as Big Sky may now be downloaded free through ourPUBLICATIONSweb page.