Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Great Falls, Montana area.
Great Falls -- home to colorful western heritage -- also provides a kaleidoscope of recreation, culture, and fun. The original town’s shaded boulevards and historic homes make walking tours popular within a National Register of Historic Places district showcasing 216 structures built between 1885 and 1945. The Great Falls -- hailed by explorer Meriwether Lewis as the "grandest sight I had ever beheld" -- include Black Eagle, Rainbow, Crooked, and the Great Falls. For hiking or jogging, River’s Edge Trail, stretching more than 13 miles along the Mighty Missouri, provides spectacular views. Other attractions include the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center overlooking the river, Ulm Pishkun State Park, High Plains Heritage Center, and Giant Springs Heritage State Park, listed as the world’s shortest river.
The C.M. Russell Museum Complex showcases works of Charlie Russell, "America’s Cowboy Artist." The Children’s Museum of Montana provides hands-on activity. Fly-fishing and golf are popular. The Montana Law Enforcement Museum is within Holiday Village Mall, anchored by JCPenney and Sears. The Montana Cowboys Association Museum and Bar perpetuates ways of days gone by with relics including rawhide rope, branding irons, ox yokes, muzzleloading shotguns, flintlock rifles, and Civil War bayonets. Electric City Water Park, near River’s Edge Trail, has a Lazy River and Riptide Slide, and the largest heated outdoor swimming pool in Montana. For quirky amusement, Great Falls also is home to the Sip and Dip, a mermaid bar hailed by GQ magazine, where a window behind the bar looks into a motel swimming pool.
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Lodging located in the Great Falls area situated on the Missouri River in central Montana. The City lies approximately 50 miles east of the Continental Divide. Great Falls is the county seat of Cascade County and is the third largest city in Montana. This area is served by Great Falls International Airport (GTF) located 4 miles southwest of the city.
Lodging options in the greater Havre area located approximately 45 miles south of the Canadian border, in the center of Montana's "Hi-line". Havre is the County Seat of Hill County and the eight largest city in Montana. This location also includes the city of Lewistown located south of Havre.
Lodging located in the greater Shelby area including Cut Bank and Conrad. Shelby is the county seat of Toole County and is located in north central Montana, approximately 30 miles south of the Canadian Border and 80 miles east of Glacier National Park.
Area Facts: Great Falls has an elevation of 3334 feet. The local area code for Great Falls is 406.
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