Montana Attractions February 13, 2017
Blink And You’ll Miss These 10 Teeny Tiny Towns In Montana
The vast majority of Montanans prefer small town living to city life. That being said, there’s a difference between a small town and a minuscule community of less than 500 people (sometimes much less). You may have driven by a few of these places without even realizing they had residents.
If not for the always delicious Yesterday’s Calf-A schoolhouse restaurant, you’d probably fly by Dell without even realizing it. This unincorporated community has a population of 123.
The entire span of Radersburg is 0.3 miles, and its population is a whopping 66 people (as of 2010). Myrna Loy, a television and film actress from the 1930s, was raised in Radersburg.
Located in Fallon County near Baker, Plevna has a population of 162. Needless to say, there's not much to it.
About halfway between Butte and Helena, the town of Basin sits 10 miles southeast of the Continental Divide. At the time of the 2010 census, 255 people called it home.
Coram sits just a few miles southwest of the western entrance of Glacier National Park in Flathead County. This charming community is home to about 550 people.
The town of Fromberg is part of the Billings, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area. Arthur A. Ageton, a former United States Ambassador, was born in Fromberg, and Jenna Jameson once lived on a cattle ranch here.
An eastern suburb of Billings, Huntley is located east of Shepherd and west of Worden. The population was 411 as of the year 2000.
Just 220 people live in the tiny town of Noxon, which is in Sanders County near Thompson Falls.
Arlee was named after a Flathead Indian chief, and this quiet Lake County community is home to about 600 people.
Located along the Yaak River, the diminutive town of Yaak has about 250 residents. It is often noted on lists of unusual place names.
Small town Montana living is the best. Here are a few Treasure State towns
where everybody knows your name.