Missouri River Country

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Welcome to Missouri River Country

A DISTINCT REGION UNTO ITSELF, this place of the Great Plains harbors unique landforms. Grand scenes composed of geologic wonder unfold here. Space, much of it undisturbed, is its greatest commodity and an unending sky delivers a feeling of no borders or confinement where one can stretch and breathe. This is Montana's Missouri River Country.


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We welcome you to responsibly enjoy the fresh air and open spaces of Missouri River Country, as long as you do so responsibly. Luckily, it’s not too hard out here—our corner of Montana is brimming with more room to roam, and therefore more room to explore at a safe distance. So pack a mask, stay aware and travel safe. Our itinerary builder is here to help you plan your escape from the hustle and bustle from start to finish.

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A heard of Elk along Highway 200 by Mosby, MT #northeastmontana #missouririvercountry #moreroomtoroam #elk #hwy200 Next on @talkingtrail through Missouri River Country is Fort Peck Theatre. Built in 1934 to entertain the 50,000 Army Corps of Engineers workers and their families, the building is reminiscent of a Swiss-chalet. Today, the theatre hosts performances from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.⁠
Learn more about this historic stop, link in bio. Follow us along @talkingtrail to Fort Peck Reservation, Montana's second largest reservation and home to two separate American Indian nations. The Sioux divisions of Sisseton, Wahpetons, the Yanktonais, and the Teton Hunkpapa are represented here, as well as the Assiniboine bands of Canoe Paddler and Red Bottom.⁠
Hear the full story, link in bio. On @talkingtrail: Fort Union was once the most important fur trade post on the Upper Missouri River. Through archaeological excavations and careful research, the post's buildings have been reconstructed on the footprints of the original structures. Hear the full story about Fort Union, link in bio. Following along Talking Trail: Zortman, located near the Fort Belknap Reservation, was named after Oliver ‘Pete’ Zortman, who, alongside his partner, constructed a mill near the townsite to extract low-grade ore from rock. Mines were sprung up into the mountainsides shortly after. Today, the mining operation is undergoing a reclamation process — the town's residents are transforming into a quaint and nostalgic village. Hear the story of Zortman and others by following the link in our bio.
Events in Missouri River Country
15 Jul
Plentywood MT Farmers/Artisan Market

19 Jul
Fairview Festival 2024

20 Jul
Brockway Dairy Day

20 Jul
3rd Annual Border Town Blast


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