small oil town...several bars, grocery store, couple gas stations, tire shop, and laundry. It can get very hot in the summer and very cold in the winter. I don't know much about the housing but I'm sure it is limited. Long ago I lived south of Baker in Ekalaka...lots of cows, some farming in between. Potential for good mulies, whitetails, pheasants, turkeys, and antelope.
I grew up and lived in Glendive (about 70 miles from Baker) up until last year. Nice town but a little rough around the edges. It has always been an oilfield town. Very good Deer Hunting and not far from elk country. The school has a very good football program and they have very nice facilities in the school district because of the nearby oil money.