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Prairie Unique


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Prairie Unique is scenically located on the Lewis and Clark Trail along the Yellowstone River below the badlands of the Calypso Trail in Prairie County. We are in the plains man portion of the great state of Montana, where the deer and antelope play as well as where the buffalo grass grow, and only 30 miles from Montana's largest state park, Makoshika.

Prairie Unique grew out of our love for eastern Montana, we are proud Prairie County residents who obtain the unique in gifts and toys for our customers. We stock a huge supply of gifts and souvenirs made in our beautiful state of Montana. These items are crafted from native woods berries and stones by Montanans. We stock everything, from agates to wool sheepskins. Since our selection is so great, we list only our favorites and recommendations for the month in our advertising.

Prairie County is rich in history and natural beauty. The area hosted wealth in the presence of plentiful wildlife and rich native grasses, long before Brigadier General Alfred Howe Terry embarked upon the ill-fated journey of the Yellowstone Campaign of 1876 or Lewis & Clark encamped along our riverbanks in 1805.

We are your store for Lewis & Clark and Lady Cameron information in eastern Montana!
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Street Address
114 South Logan Ave
Terry, MT 59349 Get directions
Mailing Address
PO Box 5
Terry, MT 59349
All Year
Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 5:30pm Saturday 8:30 am to 5 pm Closed major Holidays and Sundays
Payment Methods
American Express, Cash, Discover, Master Card, Personal Check (In State), Personal Check (Out Of State), Travelers Checks, Visa
Special direction map

Special Directions

Prairie Unique is located at the heart of Prairie County in Terry, Montana, the county seat. Our store is located off the Interstate Highway, in downtown Terry. As you approach Terry from the interchange, the Four Corners Convenience Store will be on your left (right beside the Lewis and Clark Kiosk by the BLM). Take a left on the paved highway, go down 6 blocks to Logan Ave; turn right on Logan. We are at 114 Logan and you can not miss our state of Montana Flag or our colorful plainsman sign. We are directly across from the bank, the Lady Cameron Gallery as well as the museum.