Centrally located in Southwest Montana, historic Powell County is an ideal starting point for a variety of Montana outdoor experiences. From fly fishing the Little Black Foot River or Clark Fork, to hiking the vast wilderness of the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, there are endless adventures in Powell County.
Winding its way through Montana and Canada for over 700 miles, the uniquely colored Milk River irrigates the prairies of northern Montana and provides plenty of opportunities for recreation. Learn more about the Milk River and ways to enjoy it.
Billings, Montana is the state’s largest city and provides all of the conveniences of a thriving metropolitan area—everything from fine and local restaurants and shops to box stores and national retailers to car dealerships and heavy equipment dealers.
The Bitterroot Valley is located south of Missoula and the University of Montana, surrounded by 10,000 square miles of easily accessible public lands including the Bitterroot National Forest.