Montana’s Tiniest Town Is Big On Beauty And Charm

Montana is a large state, but it’s full of charming small towns. In fact, our largest city has fewer than 110,000 residents, which would be considered a mid-sized city in most states. But then there are some places that are so minuscule, even Montanans can’t help but notice. Judith Gap is one of those places. With just 80 people calling it home, it just might be the Treasure State’s tiniest town.

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It’s easy to be smitten with our more popular small towns, like Fort Benton, Philipsburg, and Big Timber, but little-known places like Judith Gap add a lot of character to our beautiful state!

Address: Judith Gap, MT 59453, USA