Tourism

Judith Cinemas, Polson Theatres

Judith Theater is a branch of Polson Theatres which is located in Lewistown, MT. You will get Reel Movie Experience. Tickets Every Week “Terrific Tuesdays” All seats & tickets $5.50 all day every Tuesday! Matinee: $5.50 for all ages Child (12 & under): $5.50 Adult (13 years & older): $7.75 Senior (60 & older): $5.50 Movie...

Burleigh Angus Ranch

The Burleigh Angus Ranch is a family owned and operated ranch that leases out hunting of whitetail, muledeer, migratory birds, pheasants and grouse in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains. Near Lewistown, Montana, at 4400 feet elevation, the ranch encompasses over 5000 beautiful acres of wild aspen and pine filled landscape including Spring Creek...

Historic Hotel Calvert

The Hotel Calvert was built as a dormitory for rural students of Fergus County High School. With forty-five individual rooms, the Hotel offers a wide variety of uniquely appointed, clean, and quiet accommodations, at very moderste prices. Calvert Hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Enjoy the historic ambiance, elegant...

Missouri River Breaks National Monument - A Spectacular Adventure is Waiting

Missouri River Breaks National Monument - A Spectacular Adventure is Waiting The Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument is host to a spectacular array of biological, geological and historical enchantment. From Fort Benton downstream into the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, the monument spans 149 miles of the Upper Missouri River, as well as the adjacent Breaks country and parts of Arrow Creek, Antelope...

Adventures at Slippery Ann

Adventures at Slippery Ann View the elk at Slippery Ann Elk have been gathering every fall on the Missouri River bottom for ages, and for the past several years, people have been gathering there as well to watch them. The Slippery Ann Elk Viewing Area near the Fred Robinson Bridge on the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge is open each fall to view the annual...

Lewistown City Parks

Whether you’re looking for a picnic spot, tennis, swimming or just a place to let the kids roam, you’ll find plenty of parks in Lewistown for your enjoyment. d’Autremont Softball Complex: Near the airport on Air-port Road. Softball fields, walking trail nearby. Home of Montana Softball Hall of Fame. Frank Day City Park: End of Fifth Avenue South...

Lewistown Trail System

Lewistown Trail System For a community its size, Lewistown has a trail system offering great opportunities to explore whether on foot or bicycle and an extension west of town for equestrian use. Through a combination of City foresight in acquiring a large section of abandoned rail bed and the enthusiastic support of volunteers, there is now nearly 20 miles of trails...

Fort Peck is the Place to go for Big Walleyes

Although water levels slowly recovering on Fort Peck Lake, Central Montana anglers can still find plenty of big walleyes in Montana’s largest reservoir. In the May 2003 issue of Field and Stream magazine, Fort Peck was listed as one of “The 25 hottest spots in America.” The notoriety comes with good reason. The sprawling reservoir offers walleye...

Fishing Hot Spots In Central Montana

Ackley Lake: Located about 23 miles southwest of Lewistown, near Hobson. This man-made lake is stocked yearly and offers excellent rainbow and brown trout fishing. Take U.S. 87 for 20.7 miles west to Hobson, and follow the signs. Boating permitted and and over-night camp- ing spots are available. Beaver Creek: A local creek just west of Lewistown...

Hot Spots for Camping in The Area

Below are the area camping hot spots. Click on each name to read the details about the spot. Big Springs Trout Hatchery Auto Tour of the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge Explore Knox Ridge and the CMR Take in a Local Creek Take a Dip, Cast a Line at a Local Lake Take a Trip Around the Judiths Circle the Snowies Enjoy the...

Big Springs Trout Hatchery

Like Crystal Lake in the Big Snowy Mountains, the Big Springs Trout Hatchery is another of the old standbys in the area. For a quick picnic or place to relax, there is no better destination. It offers a softball field, volleyball area, bird-watching and fishing nearby. The hatchery itself produces 3 million trout each year and includes a feeding...

Auto Tour of the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge

The 25-mile tour barely scratches the surface of the 1.1-million-acre refuge, but the scenery is breathtaking and wildlife viewing is superb. The tour route winds down along the river and then turns north and loops back up to 191. When it’s dry, the roads on the refuge and in the Breaks can usually be traveled by most types of vehicles. The...

Explore Knox Ridge and the CMR

From Winifred to the Fred Robinson Bridge on Hwy. 191, Knox Ridge Road offers travelers a taste of the Missouri River Breaks without ever leaving their car. After traveling through farm and ranch land for several miles, the road drops quickly into the heart of the Breaks and continues to Hwy. 191. From there you can turn south and head back to...

Take in a Local Creek - Big Spring Creek and Warm Spring Creeks

Lakes and ponds are great, but there’s just something magical about a trout stream. And Central Montana is blessed with an abundance of them. From Beaver and Cottonwood creeks in the Snowies to Yogo Creek and the forks of the Judiths in the Little Belts, to Big Spring and Warm Spring, creeks are a great place for young and old alike. Big Spring...

Take a Dip, Cast a Line at a Local Lake

East Fork and Ackley Lake are probably the two most popular reservoirs within a 40-mile radius of Lewistown. Both have camping, picnicking, restroom and boat launching facilities, and both are free. Ackley is located 23 miles from Lewistown near Hobson. East Fork is 11 miles southeast near Heath. Other local reservoirs with picnic facilities and...

Take a Trip Around the Judiths

If you’d like to see plenty of wildlife and some gorgeous views, head east from Lewistown over the divide, then turn left on the road to Gilt Edge. Black Butte Road follows the east side of the Judiths past the butte for which it was named, all the way to the town of Roy. The trip from Roy to Lewistown is on the highway, but it’s one of the...