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Explore Montana's Regions and Towns

From Absarokee to Zurich and points between

Montana Regions
Yellowstone National Park Southwest Montana Yellowstone Country Southeast MontanaMiles City BroadusMissouri River Country Central Montana Glacier Country Wolf PointGlasgow Billings West Yellowstone Gardiner Big Sky Red Lodge Bozeman Lewistown Great Falls Havre Glacier National Park Helena KalispellDillon Butte Seeley Lake Missoula Whitefish Glendive Sidney

 


Complete List of Montana Communities







From time to time we highlight one town in each of Montana's six tourism regions and one special town chosen by our staff to explore what makes Montana's towns unique.

Bonner
GLACIER COUNTRY

BonnerBonner, east of Missoula, had one of the state's first large sawmills. The town was named for E. L. Bonner, an early settler in Missoula and first president of the Missoula and Bitterroot Valley Railroad (1888)
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Buffalo
CENTRAL MONTANA

Brady
Buffalo is almost on the Fergus County line. It was named for the great shaggy native Montanan that served as a source of food, shelter, and tools for the Plains Indian.
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Dagmar
MISSOURI RIVER COUNTRY

Dagmar
Dagmar is near the North Dakota line and the Canadian border. It is the trade center for a community of Danish-Americans. The original name of the town, Dronning Dagmar's Minde, was chosen by E. F. Madsen to honor Queen Dagmar of Denmark.
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bloomfield
SOUTHEAST MONTANA

BirneyBloomfield is twenty-three miles north of Glendive. It was formerly called Adams and a post office under that name was established in June 1906. The name was changed to Bloomfield in 1907. The town is located near the Big Sheep Mountains in eastern Montana
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Big Timber
YELLOWSTONE COUNTRY

Big Timber
The scenic community of Big Sky nestles high in mountain meadows, surrounded by timberland, the Spanish Peaks Primitive Area and the Gallatin National Forest. Majestic 11,166-foot Lone Mountain towers over...
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Cameron
SOUTHWEST MONTANA

Cameron
Cameron was named for the pioneering Cameron family. The settlement was originally known as Bear Creek. Addison Bovey Cameron and his brother James took up desert claims here in 1886.
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Cities and Towns