Diamond D Ranch

Things to See and Do in Our Area

While in our region, enjoy a visit to many of the area's attractions. Tour our museums, parks, and historical sites. Our area also offers year-round hunting, fishing, and hiking.

Stone School Bed and Breakfast:

Right at Valier, Lake Frances provides both summer and winter water sports as well as picnicking and camping. Also, be sure to stop for a visit at the Stone School Inn Bed and Breakfast (820 3rd St.) It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places 

Old Trail Museum:

Located 45 minutes southwest of us, beautiful Choteau, offers the Old Trail Museum (823 N. Main), where you'll find nature tours, paleontology programs, "dinosaur digs", Native American, Grizzly bear, and other exhibits.  


Glacier National Park:

Beautiful Glacier National Park is only an hours drive away. Here, you'll find beautiful scenery, wildlife, guided hiking, boat tours, lodging, dining, and other attractions. In route, you will notice unique Native American monuments at the entrances to the Blackfeet Reservation, and you may want to visit the Museum of the Plains Indian & Crafts Center (Junction of Highways 2 and 89 West)) in Browning.

Inn Dupuyer Bed & Breakfast:

Inn Dupuyer Bed & Breakfast is located on hwy. 89 at Dupuyer, MT about 7 miles S.W.of Diamond D Angus. Here we find a touch of the west in a beautiful old log home, of hand-hewn logs and a wonderful atmosphere.


One and a half hours southeast of us in the Great Falls area, you will find many cultural and historic sites to tour.

C.M. Russell Museum:

The C.M. Russell Museum (400 13th St. N.) includes the home and log cabin studio of "Cowboy Artist", Charles M. Russell, and it contains the complete collection of C. M. Russell's works and personal objects plus works by his contemporaries.

Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center:

At the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center (4201 Giant Springs Road), you'll journey back nearly 200 years and relive the adventures of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. 

Giant Springs State Park:

Giant Springs State Park, discovered by Lewis and Clark in 1805, is one of the largest freshwater springs in the nation. Visitors can picnic on the banks of the Missouri river and visit the nearby visitor center, fish hatchery and Rainbow Falls overlook. The popular River's Edge Trail also runs thorough the park. (3 miles east of US 87 on River Drive in Great Falls.)

First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park:

First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park is one of the largest Native American buffalo jumps in the US. Rising above the Missouri River Valley, this prehistoric bison kill site has a mile-long cliff over which buffalo were herded. (10 miles south of Great Falls on I-15 at Ulm Exit, the 6 miles northwest on country road.) 

 

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