• Central Montana’s Pie Trail; Pie a la Road


    No matter where you are in Central Montana you’re never far from flaky crust and flavorful fillings. TASTE

  • Day Trips


    For hunters, Central Montana offers
    a wide variety of big game animals and upland game bird. MORE

  • Day Trips


    Central Montana offers anglers great opportunities. You can also land yourself a trout, walleye, bass and pike just to name a few. MORE

  • Watch our Central Montana Bob Marshall horse packing video!


    Watch our Central Montana videos, from horse packing the Bob Marshall to a girls getaway to hunting. WATCH

  • Birding Trails


    Fact is, Montana has more bird watchers per capita than any other state. FIND OUT WHY!

  • Day Trips


    Plains and mountains, recreation, culture, pioneer and Indian life and rugged, Western past. MORE

  • Border Crossing


    Find Ports of Entry in Central Montana and helpful border crossing tips and information. MORE

  • Russell Blog


    Catch up on what’s interesting in Central Montana. READ

  • Photo Contest


    Check out the winners and runners-up. VIEW

    Jim Huffield, horses in Little Belt Mountain foothills
    Ralph McGillivray, horses at sunset near Chinook
    Shannon Conway, evening harvest near Lewistown
    Ralph McGillivray, bighorn sheep in the Missouri River Breaks
    Ralph McGillivray, Missouri River Breaks south of Chinook
    Marshall Brunner, cattails at Freezout Lake near Fairfield
    Art Taft, looking towards the Sweetgrass Hills near Shelby & Chester
    Brian Timmons, rebirth after fire in the Bob Marshall Wilderness
    Jerry McGillivray, Stafford ferry crossing north of Winifred

Blaine County, Montana

Blaine County, Montana

Farming and ranching are the backbone of Blaine County with cattle, sheep and small grain crops such as wheat and barley being most common. LEARN MORE

Central Montana Travel and Tourist Information

In Central Montana you'll find wide-open spaces and gracious people everywhere you go. It's is a great place to experience Montana's plains and mountains, recreational and cultural opportunities, pioneer and Indian life and rugged, Western past. A destination of its own, or stopping point between Glacier National Park to the north and Yellowstone National Park to the south, make us a part of your journey. You won't be disappointed!

Central Montana bridges the gap between mountains and rolling prairies—with orb-stretching big sky in-between. Whether you paddle a canoe down the wild and scenic, history-steeped Missouri River, camp along its White Cliffs or watch the magical spring migration of snow geese flocking to the waters of Freezout Lake, this region is full of stunning diversions.

Begin your Central Montana journey by choosing from the multitude of activities, attractions, communities, or events in the menu above.

InFARMation Ag Advocacy Project
InFARMation is a community Ag Advocacy Project to showcase Montana’s rich agricultural production. LEARN MORE
Central Montana’s Pie Trail: Pie a la Road
Grab a slice of Central Montana with dozens of flavors and fillings to choose from. Enjoy the taste of Pie a la Road. LEARN MORE
Central Montana Free Travel Information
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