Yellowstone National Park

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Visit Yellowstone and experience the world’s first national park. Marvel at a volcano’s hidden power rising up in colorful hot springs, mudpots, and geysers. Explore mountains, forests, and lakes to watch wildlife and witness the drama of the natural world unfold. Discover the history that led to the conservation of our national treasures “for the benefit and enjoyment of the people.”

Judith Gap Wind Farm


Wheatland County has learned how to put the WIND to work thanks to Invenergy Services of Chicago. The Judith Gap Wind Energy Center was built in 2005 between Harlowton and Judith Gap. Ninety towers rise 262 feet above the prairie, supporting General Electric turbines which are powered by three 126-foot blades. Located at the Wind Farm entrance and at what is to be called Blade Park in Judith Gap.

The Bair Museum


Explore the art museum, stroll the grounds, tour the Bair family home, and enjoy the Bair Barn’s display of historic photographs and ranching memorabilia. Picnic in the courtyard, and find your own treasures in the Gift Shop featuring books by Montana authors and books about the American West and its history, as well as baskets, jewelry, and pottery.

Ice Caves Trail


National Forest Trail – The Ice Caves Trail (455) climbs almost 5 miles to the permanent ice caves on the Snowy Crest.  The Ice Cave is a limestone rock formation that remains cold enough to contain ice all year long. Water seeping into one 100-foot-wide cave freezes in columns or spreads across the floor to make the surface slick as an ice rink.

Glacier National Park


Glacier National Park is a 1,583-sq.-mi. wilderness area in Montana’s Rocky Mountains, with glacier-carved peaks and valleys running to the Canadian border. It’s crossed by the mountainous Going-to-the-Sun Road. Among more than 700 miles of hiking trails, it has a route to photogenic Hidden Lake. Diverse wildlife ranges from mountain goats to grizzly bears.

Jawbone Creek Golf Course


Jawbone Creek is a fun, links-style, 9-hole layout. It offers two sets of tees for an 18-hole feel, combining water, sand, and some hilly terrain to make for a challenging round. The greens are well-guarded by mounds, demanding a creative short game. Two of the sand traps have log-faces on them, one is nicknamed ‘The Devil’s Dungeon’. The city’s old cemetery comes into play and Jawbone Creek is known as the only course in the world to enclose a cemetery.

Charlie Russell Chew Choo


Join us for a spectacular evening as we travel through the mountains and prairies of central Montana. Experience the beauty of the rolling hills, vast ranchlands and breathtaking sunsets of Big Sky Country. Crossing two historic trestles and passing through a half mile long tunnel, the three and one-half hour trip in climate-controlled, non-smoking coaches includes a full course prime rib dinner and dessert, no-host cash bar and music by local area entertainers.

The Maize At Grandpa's Farm


The Maize in Billings, Mt. was started in 1998. It has been a fun adventure. It was really a family affair in the beginning since we only had the maze. Now we offer so many other attractions, that it can’t be just a family affair.  Come and make your own memories, and have some Farmtastic fun.

Neptune's Brewery


Neptune’s Brewery is named after the Roman god of the sea. At Neptune’s Brewery, our motto is Drink Like God, meaning drink the best! God’s although sometimes viewed as angry and vengeful are also looked at as strong leaders and caretakers of their people. We prefer to emulate the community caretaker portion of the Roman deity and be known by our employees as a great place to work as well as being a community gathering center, where we support and enhance our local culture.

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