Throughout the ranch, there were many families that settled and homesteaded in the area, although few buildings remain standing today.
The Diamond Cross Ranch was once known as the Flying V Ranch. With the purchase of the Flying V in the early 1940′s, the ranch was renamed Diamond Cross and is operated as it had always been, a cattle ranch.
Tucked in the red shale bluffs, seasoned with pine and cedars along the Tongue River of southeastern Montana, The Lodge at Diamond Cross is a 100,000-acre private cattle ranch, hunting and recreation lodge. Although the quiet and serenity of the Diamond Cross is a step back to a more-relaxed past, all the necessities are offered. This includes phones, guest computers and Wi-Fi. Included in each room is adjacent or private baths. We offer accommodations for up to 12 guests, and arrangements can be made for larger groups such as weddings, reunions and meetings.