Fort Peck Reservoir

We are located just 40 minutes from the largest lake in Montana. the fifth largest man-made lake in the U.S., more than 130 miles long, 200 feet deep, and it has a 1,520-mile shoreline which is longer than the state of California’s coastline.[3] It lies within the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge.

McCone County Museum

The McCone County Museum was established in its new 80x80 feet steel building in 1980. It consists of 7,000 items of historical interest of the area. Its wildlife collection consists of over 200 birds and animals mounted and displayed in their natural settings. There are eight cement dinosaurs. An old school house, church and homestead house has been moved to the museum area. The old Northern Pacific Depot and an old caboose are also on the grounds.


Right out our backdoor is thousands of acres of Hunt able BLM land. Some of the best pheasant hunting in the country along with antelope and deer hunting.