Chinook is a rural community located in north-central Montana. The Chinook area offers one of the most historic regions of the state. Seventeen miles south is Bear's Paw Battlefield, the very spot where in 1877, Chief Joseph surrendered to the US Calvary with the famous words, 'From where the sun now stands, I will fight no more forever.' The Blaine County Museum, Blaine County Wildlife Museum (open seasonally), the unlimited recreation, the diverse landscape and simple but valued lifestyle await you.
While in town visit the Blaine Country Museum, Bear Paw Battlefield, Blaine County Wildlife Museum, Chinook Golf Course, the Chinook Pool, numerous parks, the Blaine County Library, Senior Citizens Center, restaurants, stores and so much more! Be sure to check-out our website for upcoming events and current travel information.
Chinook is proud to host these recurring events: Annual Sugarbeet Festival, the Bear Paw Round-up PRCA Rodeo, the Blaine County Fair, Parade of Lights and Christmas Stroll, and the Festival of Trees. We would like to encourage you to visit our great town. You will not be disappointed as our town is truly as nostalgic as it seems.