Located in south central Montana, Stillwater County consists of 1,793 square miles with geographic features that range from the Beartooth Absaroka Wilderness Area at the southern end of the county, to the Stillwater and Yellowstone River Valleys in the central section, to the lake basins, coulees and rolling plains at the northern end. Stillwater County has it all!
From the breathtaking Beartooth Mountains, to the Stillwater and Yellowstone river valleys, to the rolling plains boasting big, beautiful skies… we welcome you!
Welcome to Stillwater County!
Small towns, big community
Learn about all our Communities
Hiking & Breathtaking Scenery
Whether you’re a leisurely hiker, or an avid backpacker, the Beartooth Mountains host all types of recreationists.
Farming to Mining
Our County’s industries range widely – from generations-old farming and ranching to mining platinum and palladium… and everything in between.
Wild Trout Fisheries
Our blue ribbon fisheries – the Stillwater and Yellowstone Rivers – are home to wild brown, rainbow, and cutthroat trout.
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Stillwater County Chamber of Commerce
565 N 9th St # 50
PO Box 783
Columbus, MT 59019
Activities in Stillwater County
Adventure is Waiting: Rafting, Fishing, Hunting, Camping, Hiking, Breweries, Great Food, Shopping, Kayaking, Bird Watching, Golfing, and more!
Events in Stillwater County
The community always has events going on, from small gatherings, fundraisers, sports, and more.See Full Calendar Here
Communities of Stillwater County
Tight knit communities: Columbus, Absarokee, Fishtail, Nye, Park City, Rapelje, Reed Point, Beehive, Dean, Meyers Creek, and Molt.Learn More About Each One
Businesses in Stillwater County
Looking for a plumber, contractor, handyman or other service? Start here.Find All Business Members Here
Why Should I Join the Chamber?
Your one-year membership to the Stillwater County Chamber of Commerce includes a business listing on our website with a link to your website, advertising of your sales or other events on our Facebook page, networking opportunities, and much more.
There are monthly board meetings that are open to the public and an annual meeting for the general membership in September of each year. All board meetings are open to the public. They are held on the 1st Tuesday of each month at First Interstate Bank, upstairs, at 6:00 p.m.
Chamber membership promotes your business.
Below you will find numerous reasons why joining your local Chamber of Commerce is good for your business regardless of business size, years in business, or marketing budget. The Stillwater County Chamber of Commerce is currently growing and has a bright future ahead of it.Learn more here
Find your next career
Jobs in Stillwater County, Montana
Join our community and find a new career here. Stillwater County is growing and there are new opportunities opening up every day. Make sure to check back often to see new job postings.
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More about Stillwater County
Stillwater County is a small community with so much to offer
Explore the Stillwater Valley…a 75 mile stretch of two lane roads which starts at Columbus, travels through Absarokee to Fishtail/Dean and Nye. Discover our “Hidden Valley”, where you’ll find the surroundings peaceful and the scenery breathtaking.
The Lewis and Clark Expedition covered more miles in Montana than in any other state, not because of its size, but because the Corps split into four parties for the 1806 return trip, each with a different assignment and route. Follow Clark’s return through Reed Point, Columbus and Park City to Pompey’s Pillar National Historic Monument, the only surviving physical evidence of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Travel to Rapelje and Molt, where the wildlife outnumber the people! Visit the Hailstone and Halfbreed National Wildlife Refuges, unique recreational and sight seeing opportunities.
On your way to Yellowstone National Park? Take the most scenic route…”Gateway to the Beartooth Highway,” described by Charles Kuralt as “one of the ten most scenic roads in the world.” You’ll find it’s an easy day trip traveling MT Hwy 78 to Red Lodge and US Hwy 212 over Beartooth Pass to Yellowstone …or just come and explore Stillwater County!
What Our Visitors Say About Traveling in Stillwater County:
“Beauty around every corner.” – Janet Hunt, Humble, Texas
“This is probably the most important stop in Stillwater County because the Stillwater County Chamber of Commerce is very well connected” – Richard Hoefle aka “Heff” from Gwenlin Commercial Cleaners
What Our Residents Say About Living Here:
“Love being part of a community like Stillwater County. Small towns with big hearts.” – Joanne May, Reed Point, Montana
What Our Members Say About Our Chamber:
“Great community organization!! Goes above and beyond to promote local businesses.” – Deanne Boyles from New Image Hair Salon