There’s A Little Town Hidden In Montana's Tobacco Valley And It’s The Perfect Place To Relax
There are so many
charming little towns in Montana that will steal your heart. That’s part of the beauty of living here in the Treasure State. But when nothing but a quiet and peaceful escape from reality will do, you can’t go wrong with a trip up north to Eureka.
Located up by the Canadian border, Eureka is in the Tobacco Valley, which is part of the Rocky Mountain Trench.
Only about 1,080 people live in Eureka, so it's a small town even by Montana standards.
Needless to say, it's nice and quiet here.
While you're in town, explore the Historical Village, the crowning glory of the Tobacco Valley Board of History.
The Historical Village is a collection of historic buildings and artifacts from the Tobacco Valley area.
The old properties are well-maintained by a group of hardworking volunteer workers dedicated to preserving local history.
While you won't find hundreds of restaurants here, the dining options that are in Eureka are exceptional.
This is the Front Porch Grill House, a casual eatery with tasty burgers and fries, among other American classics.
Play a relaxing round of golf at The Wilderness Club if the weather permits.
You'll find the views to be as amazing as the golfing.
There are several hotel and B&B options in Eureka, but the 1908 Pruett House is a true historic gem.
Editor's Note: Please note, the 1908 Pruett House has permanently closed.
Have you visited Eureka? It’s definitely one of Montana’s
perfectly picturesque small towns.
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