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About Us

Double L Ranch

Double L Ranch was founded in Trego, Montana in 2021 by two cousins with an unrelenting love of

the outdoors. Situated on hundreds of pristine, private acres in the Rocky Mountains, the “Double L” is surrounded by thousands of acres of National Forest and State Land allowing vast, unobstructed views of the Salish, Cabinet, Lewis and Livingston mountain ranges. The diverse landscape embodies nature at its finest; from grassy wetlands adjacent to Butcher Creek and Fortine Creek, to rocky and wooded mountain tops with sensational views. A large casting pond, multiple swimming holes, quaint meadows and 6+ miles of groomed trails provide limitless outdoor activities and adventure year round.

The Team

Trego Northwest Montana Camping
Trego Northwest Montana Camping

David Cass



David has carried a deep passion for animals and the outdoors since childhood. He grew up camping, fishing and hunting where he gained a great respect for nature. As a former US Marine and law enforcement officer, David is an expert marksman and tracker. A member of the local Search & Rescue team, his dedication to the stewardship of the land and preservation of natural wildlife habitats make him one of the most specialized and accomplished outdoorsmen in the Tobacco Valley. 

Justin Vandercook

Founder &  COO


Justin grew up with a love of the outdoors, sharing in those same camping, fishing and hunting experiences with David. He shares his relentless sense of adventure with his wife and three kids, spending his free time introducing them to the joys of nature. 


Cousins by blood and brothers by bond, Justin and David bring enthusiasm, expertise, focus and passion to

Fortine Creek Camping. 

Trego Northwest Montana Camping

Maximus, Penny Lane & Chief

Directors of Fun & Mischief

These three have it made. They keep close watch on the Double L Ranch and have a ball doing so. They have befriended some of the regular wildlife and love to chase the rest. They love to swim in the creeks and play in the snow, and they’re always up for a good belly rub.

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