Category Archives: Community Info

Stillwater County, in south central Montana, has terrific opportunities for those who live in it and those who would like to visit. Columbus, the County Seat, sits in the center of Stillwater County. I-90, Highway 78 and the Rapelje Road, major roads, all meet at Columbus.

Whether it is fishing the rivers and streams, floating the Yellowstone and Stillwater Rivers, hunting in the Beartooth Mountains, biking from Rapelje, the Running of the Sheep in Reed Point, Art Walks in Absarokee, or any other of the activities, Stillwater County is the place to be.

Reed Point

Stillwater County 18

Population: 193 Elevation: 3,744 feet Size: 0.54 square miles The western-most Stillwater County community of Reed Point is likely one of the smallest towns along I-90 and the Yellowstone River. The picturesque setting gives it a feeling of serenity, peacefulness and quiet. Access to the Yellowstone River is at the Indian Fort Fishing Access north […]

Park City


Population: 983 Elevation: 3,393 feet Size: 1.04 square miles Heading East on I-90 towards Billings, travelers can stop by Park City for food, fuel, service or to enjoy a picnic along the Yellowstone River. Past and Present Located along the Yellowstone River, Park City was originally known as Young’s Point. The area was settled by […]

Fishtail & Dean


Population: 65 Elevation – Fishtail: 4,459 feet Elevation – Dean: 5,236 Step into classic Big Sky Country as your journey takes you to Fishtail. The area guest ranches offer everything you would expect – dramatic views, quiet and privacy. Local outfitters provide guided fishing trips and mountain adventure on horseback. If you’re headed into the […]

Columbus Montana

Stillwater County 8

Population: 1,893 Elevation: 3,602 feet Size: 1.21 square miles Your travel through Montana’s incredible “hidden valley” begins here. Nestled between the Yellowstone River and I-90, Columbus, the county seat , is a full service community. With a population of nearly 2,000, Columbus offers a wide variety of recreational, business and social services. Four city parks […]

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