Located In Southeast Montana
Folks have found Billings a comfy haven for at least 2,000 years—just study the paintings at Pictograph Cave State Park. The wildlife drawn on the cave's rock walls still roam this area—catch real-life glimpses along the Rimrock Trail or on a Yellowstone River float. Then fast forward to more recent history at the Moss Mansion, Pompeys Pillar National Monument or Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, less than an hour’s drive off I-90.
When it comes to dining, Billings spans classic cattle-town fare—Stella's cinnamon rolls, The Burger Dive's burgers and Jake's steaks. For a contemporary meal in a Mediterranean farmhouse, Bistro Enzo blends the classic and the contemporary for a savory pleasure.
For the microbrew fans, Billings features Montana's only walkable brewpub crawl—six craft breweries all within walking distance. Post pub-hopping, the Dude Rancher Lodge or the antique-minded Josephine B&B, both near downtown, offer a relaxing place to stay.