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Where to stay and
what to do in

Browning

VISITOR INFORMATION
Chamber of Commerce
Commercial Websites
Getting to Browning
Native American Tribe

ACCOMMODATIONS
Campgrounds/RV Parks
Hotels and Motels

ACTIVITIES
Casino
Guides and Outfitters
History and Cultural Tours

ATTRACTIONS
Museums and Exhibits

FOOD AND BEVERAGE
Fast Food
Restaurants

SHOPPING


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Browning, Montana

Browning is located just east of Glacier National Park, and within the Blackfeet Indian Reservation at the junction of US highway 2 and state highway 89 in Northwest Montana. This is the largest community on the Blackfeet Reservation.

Go Northwest! travel guide provides you with all the visitor information you need to when planning a trip to Browning. Just use the navigation links in the left hand column or the drop down menu at the top of the page to find where to stay, where to eat, what to see and what to do.


VISITOR INFORMATION

Getting to Browning

Road routes to Browning, MontanaRoad
Main routes in are US 2, MT 89. Closest Interstate is I-90 to the south.
Air
Glacier Park International Airport. Services include Big Sky Airlines, Delta Airlines, Horizon Airlines, Northwest Airlines and Holman Aviation (private charters).
Rail
The daily Amtrak passenger service the Empire Builder runs between Seattle/Portland and Chicago. A depot with a platform and shelter is located in Browning at Heart Butte Road and Depot Road.

Chamber of Commerce

Blackfeet Country Chamber of Commerce. PO Box 990, Browning, MT 59417. Phone: 406-450-6902. E-mail

Commercial Websites

Glacier Country Montana. Toll-free: 1-800-338-5072.
This website is by Glacier Country Regional Tourism Commission providing descriptions of the cities, towns and public lands in Northwest Montana. Find links to chambers of commerce, annual events, accommodations, recreation and restaurants.

Travel Montana
Montana Travel & Tourism sites describes each city and town and links local accommodations, restaurants and other businesses.

Visit Montana. Toll-free: 1-800-847-4868.
Website by Montana Office of Tourism with details on each city and town. Find information on transportation, weather, things to do, food and beverage and places to stay.

Native American Tribe

Blackfeet Country
The Blackfeet Indian Reservation is 1.5 million acres and home to Montana's largest tribe. This website has information on outdoor recreational activities, points of interest, events, campgrounds and more.

ACCOMMODATIONS

Campgrounds and RV Parks

Blackfeet Tribal Campgrounds

  • Buffalo Calf Campground: Located neat the Blackfeet Buffalo Reserve, this small campground has 12 RV/tent sites with electrical, RV dump station, tipi rentals, drinking water, gift shop and store.
  • Chewing Blackbones Campground and RV Park: Located on Highway 89 six miles north of the St. Mary's entrance to Glacier National Park on the east shore of Lower St. Mary's Lake. This campground has over 100 tent sites, RV Park, tipi rentals, lake access, showers, gift shop and store. Call 406-338-7406 for more information.
  • Duck Lake Campground: Located on Highway 464 north of Browning, this campground ahs 16 lakeside RV site with electricity, 6 RV sites not on lake with electricity, 7 tent sites, 7 cabins for rent, available fishing outfitter guide, boat chartering and rental.
  • Red Eagle Campground: Located next to the Lower Two Medicine Lake, this campground has campsites from full service with water and sewer to no service.
  • Sleeping Wolf RV Park and Campground: Located between the east and west entrance to Glacier National Park, this campground has 17 RV sites (10 with electricity and water hookups), 10 creekside tent sites, handicap accessible bathroom and shower facilities and RV dump station. Call 406-338-5622 or 406-450-0697 for more information.

Glacier National Park. Headquarters: PO Box 128, West Glacier, MT 59936. Phone: 406-888-7800: TDD: 406-888-7806; Fax: 406-888-7808.

There are13 different campgrounds and over 100 sites to choose from in Glacier National Park. Most of the campgrounds are on a first come first served basis with the exceptions being Fish Creek, St. Mary and half of the group sites in Apgar. Click here for a complete list and details of campgrounds in Glacier NP.

Lodgepole Gallery and Tipi Village. Located approximately 2 miles west of Browning on Highway 89/Dunham Road, PO Box 1832. Browning, MT 59417. Phone: 406-338-2787. E-mail

Red Eagle Motel & RV Park. 23 Red Eagle Road, Browning, MT 59471. Mailing address: 23 Red Eagle Road, St. Mary, MT 59471. Phone: 406-732-4453. E-mail

Hotels and Motels

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Browning. 50 Museum Loop, Browning, MT 59417. Phone: 406-338-2400; Fax: 406-338-2407.

ACTIVITIES

Casino

Glacier Peaks Casino. 46 Museum Loop, PO Box 1450, Browning, MT 59417. Toll-free: 1-877-238-9946.

Guides and Outfitters

Blackfeet Outfitters. PO Box 1472, Browning, MT 59417. Phone: 406-338-5567. 10 Montana 17, Baab, MT 59411. Phone: 406-450-8420.
Jeep tours, fly fishing

Morning Star Outfitters. PO Box 968, Browning, MT 59417. Phone: 406-338-2785 or 406-845-8447. E-mail
Big game hunting, bird hunting, fishing, horseback riding

History and Cultural Tours

Blackfeet Cultural History Tour with Darrell Norman
Visit significant historical sites on the southern part of the Blackfeet reservation including buffalo jumps, tipi rings or old campsites, medicine lodges and the original site of the Badge Creek Agency and learn the culture.

ATTRACTIONS

Museums and Exhibits

Museum of the Plains Indians. Junction of Highways 2 and 89 W, PO Box 410, Browning, MT 59417. Phone: 406-338-2230; Fax: 406-338-7404.

FOOD AND BEVERAGE

Fast Food

Nation's Burger Station. 205 Central Avenue, Browning, MT 59417. Phone: 406-338-2422.

Restaurants

Glacier Peaks Casino. 46 Museum Loop, PO Box 1450, Browning, MT 59417. Toll-free: 1-877-238-9946.

  • Jackpot Restaurant
  • Lucky's Lounge

SHOPPING

Faught's Blackfeet Trading Post. Browning, MT 59417. Phone: 406-338-2275. E-mail

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