Discover the Crown Jewel of the Hi-Line

Where blue skies and wide-open spaces abound, Havre is life at its best.

Located in the rolling plains of north central Montana, Havre began over a century ago as the first trains forged across the Great Plains. One hundred years later, this beautiful city has become a quaint, yet vibrant city, worthy of attracting admiration from even the most discerning globe trotters.

Nature lovers, recreation enthusiasts and history buffs alike come from all over the country to experience this little slice of paradise. Whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure, you will find that recreation opportunities are plentiful and complement the Montana lifestyle. Within a couple of miles of Havre, outdoor enthusiasts can experience fun outdoor activities such as fishing on Fresno Reservoir and hiking in Beaver Creek Park — the largest county park in the nation. Havre also boasts four distinctive seasons, so you can come again and again and enjoy a totally new adventure surrounded by the majesty of Havre’s mountains and plains.

Besides recreation, Havre is also rich in cultural attractions ranging from concerts, live theater, museums, shops, galleries, numerous sporting activities and events. Wander through the historic shopping districts and explore the many fun shops and great restaurants, or catch a tour of one of our unique local attractions such as Fort Assinniboine, Wahkpa Chu’gn Buffalo Jump and our historical underground, Havre Beneath the Streets. We are also home to the H. Earl Clack Museum, where you can observe the remains of the dinosaurs that once roamed the area including 75- million-year-old dinosaur eggs and embryos.

Enjoy a slower pace of life and open spaces along with cultural history. Make yourself at home in Havre. Plan your escape today Havrechamber.com.

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