The Spa Hot Springs and Motel
Head into White Sulphur Springs to soak in the natural hot springs pool, (make sure and bring along your bathing suit if a soak is in your plans).
The Bair Museum is the home of one of Montana’s most prosperous families of the past, rich in rare European antiques and silver, Indian artifacts and art; located in Martinsdale.
The main street of Castle, incorporated in 1891 with a population of about 1,500 people, the result of the influx of miners, and the barkeeps and prostitutes which provided them with services should they have a good day in the mine. The best-known one time resident of Castle Town was Martha Jane Cannary Burke, or as she is better known Calamity Jane. A frontierswoman, alcoholic, Indian fighter, sometimes prostitute, she came to Castle to open a restaurant in the 1890s. This seems to have come to an abrupt end, since the local papers reported that “Mr. and Mrs. M. Burk, who started a restaurant here a few weeks ago, were arrested last Sunday morning” on charges of “absconding debtors”, all of which seems to somehow have been related to the couple not paying for a team of horses in their possession. They soon returned to their wandering lifestyle, eventually ending up back in Deadwood in the Black Hills. Like many other mine towns, the silver panic of 1893 caused the town to die a rapid death. It was finally abandoned by the last residents in the 1930s. Today once can still see the remains of the town, and the open rock basement is the remains of what was once the baker’s general store and post office. Berg’s meat market and Kidd’s furniture store was across the street and on the far hill side was Minnie’s sporting house.
Ray’s Sport and Western Wear
Ray’s has it all. Sporting goods, Montana fishing licenses, western wear, tack, boots, jewelry, a convenience store, fuel, and a casino.
White Sulphur Springs PRCA Rodeo
This exciting PRCA rodeo is produced by JS Rodeo Company, a leader in world class rodeo action. JS Rodeo’s goal is to create entertainment events that are memorable experiences for all; especially to welcome new rodeo fans of this great All American Sport! The Rodeo is a two-day event scheduled for Sunday and Monday and provides a full weekend of various family entertainments. This open air rodeo with a backdrop of the Castle Mountains is the last chance for many cowboys to qualify for the NFR making the White Sulphur Springs Labor Day Rodeo one of the fasted growing premier rodeo’s in the state of Montana
Harlowton NRA Rodeo
Harlowton presents its Annual 3rd and 4th of July Rodeo in the beautifully rebuilt Howard Holloway Arena. This NRA-sanctioned rodeo includes a full range of events including barrel racing, bull riding, calf roping and bucking horses. Wild steer riding and wild cow milking add fun and laughter to the program. Kids, youth and ladies events round out the rodeo.Reserve and general admission are available. The rodeos on the 3rd and 4th are proceeded by sidewalk sales, children activities, and parades celebrating Independence Day on Central Avenue. Live music and dances are held each night.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowston National Park was the first Natinal Park int he world. It is located in Montana, Wyoming and Idaho. Visit Yellowstone and experience the worldest finest National Park. Discover legendary landscapes and enjoy many unique experiences. Marvel at a volcano’s hidden power rising up in colorful hotsprings, mudpots and geysers. There’s no better place to bond with family and friends.