A Diamond in the
1005 Main Ave. No. (US HWY 89)
Save the Date.........
Choteau is turning 100 years old!!!
Items of Interest & Things To Do
Discover many of the adventures this historic area has to offer. Fish, Golf, Hike, Hunt, Snowmobile, Cross Country Ski, or enjoy our Quaint Downtown.
Just a short walk from the Stage Stop Inn, you'll discover shopping, local restaurants, and the historical Old Trail Museum
Also convenient to the Inn, you'll find our awesome golf course, all weather (day & night) airport, post office and medical facilities.
Visit Choteau Chamber of Commerce website to see community events.
New event ~ Roadkill Car Club Show - (Summers) more information call Rich 466-5937
Within a few minutes or hours drive, you can experience the beauty of our spectacular Rocky Mountain Front; Come see the awesome beauty of Ear Mountain ~ Hidden Lake. Hike just on the edge of the Bob Marshall Wilderness or go deeper on a guided horse pack-trip. Experience the abundant bird life on Freezeout Lake and more... Glacier National Park, Scapegoat Wilderness.
So come and enjoy the wide-open spaces of ranching country in Montana!
Ski Teton Pass - Contact us for Stay/Ski Packages! Top elevation 7400 feet and offers 25 downhill runs, cross-country trails as well as snowmobile trails. They have a awesome lodge - great quite area.
There is a shuttle that runs from downtown Choteau ($10) Check out their website for more info. www.tetonpassresort.com
After all, this is called Big Sky Country for a reason, so come and enjoy some of them!
Choteau's Newest Event "Montana State Old Time Fiddlers Contest. Every July
The Prehistoric Passport is the newest "tool" visitors can use to unearth the primordial treasures of the Montana Dinosaur Trail. The passport describes the extraordinary dinosaur displays, exhibits and activities found at each of the trail's15 facilities in 12 Montana communities. Each passport includes Fun Fossil Facts, a section for field notes and space for the official "dino icon"; stamps that verify the passport owner has visited each trail facility. The trail website which includes facility and contact information is at www.timescale.org.
Montana Wilderness - Walkers of all ages can explore Montana's great landscapes and public wild lands. Join the Montana Wilderness Associations guided walks - call for more information.
Try hunting big - it's all here and close-by.
We are also near Great Falls, home of the Charlie M. Russell Art Show, the Montana State Fair, and the Lewis and Clark National Historic Interpretive Center.
Our friendly staff will help you get acquainted with the area and assist you.
Need arrangements for a special event? We'll gladly help you plan your special events, group meetings or seminars.