The Lewis and Clark Expedition.

The Lewis and Clark Expedition.

Follow Lewis and Clark’s Travels Through Montana. Shortly after the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, President Thomas Jefferson commissioned the expedition known as the Corps of Discovery to explore the vast area that extended the United States more than half way...
Montana’s Wineries

Montana’s Wineries

While some wineries import grapes from other western states, some of Montana’s wineries grow their own grapes.  Each winery crafts its own unique wines and meads here.  As you travel through Big Sky Country, stop for a tour and a taste of these unique wines. Hidden...
Tour Montana’s Historic Places

Tour Montana’s Historic Places

Wherever you go in Montana, you will find interesting places to visit that preserve the vast history of this state. Havre Beneath the Streets Havre, located in Russell Country in Northcentral Montana, served as a major railroad service center in the late 1800’s and is...
Heading West From Billings

Heading West From Billings

As you travel west along Interstate 90 from Billings, plan to stop off at Prairie Dog Town State Park to see the protected black-tailed prairie dog community.  These prairie dogs have great ecological significance because they create patches of habitat for a diverse...
What to See in Southwest Montana

What to See in Southwest Montana

Along 64 miles of the Pintler Veterans’ Memorial Scenic Highway (Montana Highway 1 from Anaconda to Drummond), you will have an opportunity to stop and visit Anaconda, Georgetown Lake, Phillipsburg, and Granite Ghost Town. Anaconda Founded by Marcus Daly, one of the...
Amazing Camping Spots in Montana

Amazing Camping Spots in Montana

Glacier National Park Glacier has 13 campgrounds and more than 1,000 campsites in the park to choose from.  The campgrounds provide tent sites reached by windy dirt roads, all the way up to complete facilities and RV sites.  Commercial campgrounds are also available...