Northeast Montana is a region like no other—with unique natural landscapes, charming small towns and unbeatable outdoor recreation. It’s a place where you can fish for prehistoric giants and unearth Montana’s past. A place where wildlife and wild spaces wait around every corner, and crowds are unheard of. This corner of Montana is the land of “more room to roam.”
With so much ground to cover and new things to discover, you’re going to need a good basecamp. Sidney and Glasgow are two quintessential Montana towns, stocked with all the amenities, resources and local charm you could ask for. Just choose your home base, find a fun place to stay, and take a day to roam—we’ve already mapped out your next adventure.
Glasgow, Montana, has been deemed the official “middle of nowhere,” and that’s part of what makes it so special.Explore
Sidney, nicknamed the “Sunrise City,” is the largest city in northeast Montana, conveniently situated near the Yellowstone River and surrounding badlands.Explore