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Like Glacier Country, Yellowstone Country is defined by its National Park, but there’s so much rural history right at its doorstep. For those willing to adventure outside the boundaries, this region is full of unmatched historic character. Families looking for a new kind of vacation, businesses looking for a new kind of retreat, and newlyweds looking for a new kind of honeymoon will be pleasantly surprised by what South Central Montana has to offer.
What to Expect: The history of South Central Montana, like much of the state, reflects agriculture and industry in its built environment, but the deep impact of the tourism industry is reflected as well. From high style railroad hotels, to historic saloons, hot springs, dude-ranches and rentable schoolhouses, there is no shortage of historic places to see and stay in in Yellowstone Country.