5 Charming River Towns in Montana
It's nice to get out of town on the weekends. Not that there isn't plenty to do here on the weekends. Between shows, bike runs, and sporting events there's lots happening all the time in Billings. Onlyinourstate.com had 8 Charming River Towns in Montana.
I'm a creature of habit. Normally at The Pub Station on the weekends or a local brewery. But it's time to break the habit and get out of town and explore Montana a little more. I grew up in a small town in NE so the idea of escaping to a small town for the weekend suits me. What's your favorite small Montana town to visit for the weekend?
Take a cruise to Fort Benton and see why Forbes named this town one of the "prettiest towns in America".
Thompson Falls named for David Thompson explorer, geographer, and fur trader.
If you like to fly fish this might be the river for you. Just under 1,000 people in Ennis, makes for a nice quiet place to get away.
Bigfork MT on the mouth of the Swan River. You can be in Bigfork in a little less than 6 hours.
After the battle of Little Bighorn the army set up Tongue River Cantonment or the Tongue River Barracks. Miles City is Custer county, just shy of 10,000 people.