There's plenty of
you in and around Havre
Wahkpa Chu’gn is a prehistoric buffalo jump dating back to 2,000 years before present.
Hunting enthusiasts will find an abundance of upland game birds, water fowl, deer, elk and more!
The badlands along the Milk River combine geology, paleontology and scenery in a short 5-mile drive.
The Trail has 20 interpretive panels that share information about the wildlife, archaeology, and history of the park.
With over 20 different runs and trails, Bear Paw is an affordable adventure for the entire family!
Located 10 miles south of Havre on highway 234, the Bears Paw Mountains are an excellent place to visit if you like to explore.
Beaver Creek Park is a natural recreation area that offers unlimited opportunities for recreation during all 4 seasons.
Three Historic Districts to Explore - the residential, downtown and railroad
The pioneer outpost of north central Montana, the frontier home of regiments of infantry and cavalry.
Explore the Railroad Museum and watch a complete model railroad make its daily run.
Free things to do in Havre.
The museum is part of the Montana Dinosaur Trail and features local dinosaurs and fossils.
Join us as we saunter along the streets beneath Havre and see the business community as it was in the early days.
From historic businesses and homes to their final resting place, discover Havre’s hidden gems by taking our fabulous historic tours.
Showcase the amazing variety Montana has to offer – in its scenic and paleontological treasures.
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