Montana June 07, 2018
It’s Impossible To Visit These 7 Beloved Montana Towns Too Many Times
Variety may be the spice of life, but there are still some places that are worth visiting again and again (and again). The majority of Montanans love the places on this list, and for good reason: They’re fun to visit, whether it’s your first time or your 50th.
Who would have thought this tiny mining town would become a top tourist destination for Montanans looking for a weekend getaway? It doesn't matter how many times you visit the sapphire mine or enjoy some Friday Night Pizza, you can always use more Philipsburg in your life.
2. Fort Benton
It's pretty much impossible not to fall in love with Fort Benton the first time you visit. Between the historical monuments and buildings, and the riverside scenery, it's easy to see why the friendly people who call it home love it so much.
In the summer, Bigfork is a lively lakeside spot perfect for relaxation after a long day on the water. In the winter, it transforms into a Christmas village. There's never a bad time to go, and it's impossible to visit too much.
We adore this beloved little railroad town. Loaded with local history (Havre Beneath the Streets) and small town charm, it will welcome you back time and time again.
Sure, it's a little windy, and the winters can be downright frigid. But the annual Livingston Roundup and the 4th of July parade are amazing year after year.
Hamilton makes a nice, peaceful getaway spot from the nearby Missoula. Exploring the Daly Mansion and eating tasty burgers from Nap's Grill never gets old.
7. Miles City
Miles City is slow-paced, charming, and relaxing... that is, unless you go during the annual Bucking Horse Sale, when it's packed with happy partiers. Either way, visiting is delightful.
Every Montanan has their favorite spots for local getaways. Here are a few
compelling reasons to visit Butte.