World Atlas Article includes Belgrade on list of Eight of the Friendliest Towns in Montana, along with Dillon, Choteau, Butte, West Yellowstone, Stevensville, Big Sky and East Helena.
Montana is a beautiful, mountainous state. It's best known as the home of grizzly bears and golden eagles and offers city dwellers an opportunity to get outside and see the splendors of the wild west. Several notable mountains reside within this vast state, including Granite Peak and Big Horn, which is in Yellowstone National Park.
Montana is one of the most northern states in the USA, but that doesn't mean the locals are cold-hearted! Far from it. Montana is known for its welcoming demeanor and friendly locals who share a connected history despite the vast expanses of wilderness which separate them. Check out the friendliest towns in Montana, offering unique opportunities to explore the beauty of nature, all in the company of the friendly residents who call Montana home.
Belgrade is in Gallatin County in southwestern Montana. It's one of Montana's most significant and largest towns, which is not a county seat. It's a proud, independent town that began as a railroad town when the Northern Pacific Railroad pushed right through the city's future location. Commonly known as the Princess of the Prarie, Belgrade offers some spectacular natural views. But it's not just this town's natural splendor that draws visitors! Belgrade is a small, close-knit community that provides a chance to rest from the chaotic world.
Some great places to rejuvenate and mingle with the locals are Lewis and Clark Park. This lovely park is one of the best spaces to indulge in nature, all while spending time with the friendly town folks. Be sure to bring a skateboard or roller skates if you enjoy that sort of thing! Their skate park is perfect for anyone wanting a bit of adventurous fun. Be sure to visit the Bar 3 Bar-B-Q! Located near Lewis and Clark Park, it's a great spot to refuel after a fun day in nature. The warm atmosphere will draw you right in and make you feel at home.
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