The 10 Most Underrated Cities in Montana
Sometimes you have to leave the city. I know, not everyone feels that way. But growing up in a small town in Nebraska, and I do mean small with fewer than 2,000 people, there are times when you just want to be in a small town.
It was so nice last weekend that all I wanted to do on Sunday was take a drive. There's got to be some great tiny towns here in the nation's fourth biggest state. I love to take a drive on a Sundays and end up at some local dive in a different town enjoying a burger.
Searching for my next road trip, I found the 12 Most Underrated Cities in Montana according to onlyinyourstate.com. I've narrowed the list to 10.
Forbes named Fort Benton as one of the 15 "prettiest towns in America" and National Geographic Traveler recommends visiting Fort Benton.
I hear Minnie's Montana Café in Thompson Falls is the bomb.
Headed to Canada? Scobey is on the way. Stop by and check it out.
You can probably figure out where the name came from? If you're thinking a large percent of the early settlers were Canadian, you're right.
Maybe you've been to Ennis on the Fourth of July. They have a huge celebration every year.
Forbes listed Dillon as one of 'America's Prettiest Towns' in 2010.
If you really want to get away from it all, Clyde Park only has a population of about 300 people.
Phillisburg is about three hours from Yellowstone National Park. Enough said.
Fort Peck would be a great spot if you like to fish. It is home to Montana's largest body of water and there are reportedly 50 different types of fish in the lake.