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Eureka, Montana

Beautiful Eureka Montana is located just 5 minutes south of the Canadian Port of Entry at Roosville. Our wonderful city is situated approximately one hour North of Glacier International Airport in Kalispell, Montana. Eureka offers many fine stores for your enjoyment. These include art galleries, gift shops, cafe's and restaurants, a movie theater and access to some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. Eureka sits in the "Tobacco Valley" so named for the abundant Tobacco that was once grown in this area by Native Americans. You will find many parks and trails to take you on adventures both big and small. The beautiful Tobacco River runs through the south side of town bordered by the Historical Village and the beginning of the downtown shopping area. As you enter picturesque Eureka you will notice other people strolling along the sidewalks of downtown. Don't be surprised when strangers wave and say, "hello," that is our way. The shops are often housed in buildings constructed at the turn of the century. The amicable shop keepers take pride in the beautification of their storefronts and realize visitors enjoy meandering along the streets.

Web site: www.Welcome2Eureka.com

Major Events and Festivals

April

Eureka Rendezvous Days

Held in late April. Rendezvous Days "Hotrods & Buckskins" is a great family weekend with events like Car shows, Quilt shows, Black Powder Shoots, MudBog and Sand Drag Races, Kids Events, Greenhorn Mountain Man Contest, Dutch Oven Cook off, and so much more including the great BBQ Kickoff Concert. www.EurekaEvents.com

August

Eureka Montana Quilt Show

Held in early August.  Two days of quilting workshops and a one-day quilt show. www.EurekaQuiltShow.com

Attractions

Tobacco Valley Historical Village
Tucked away in Montana's forested northwest corner, along the Tobacco River, is a unique collection of buildings and various structures from the 1880s to 1920s. The collection includes a school, church, log cabin, general store, fire tower and railroad depot. Each building is furnished with artifacts common to its era. The grounds include picnic tables for public use. Two hike - bike trails take off from the grounds along the Tobacco River. 406.297.7654

 
Recreation

Kootenai National Forest
Over a dozen trails - detais here.



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