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St. Regis, Montana

St. Regis is named for the St. Regis River, which flows in from the west to join the Clark Fork here. The St. Regis was named by Fr. DeSmet in 1842 in honor of St. Regis de Borgia, who belonged to the same Jesuit order as DeSmet. St. Regis is a shipping point for lumber industry products. The center of town is a bridge over the Clark Fork River. Situated at the confluence of the St. Regis and Clark Fork rivers, as well as Highway 135, the shortcut to Glacier. St. Regis is ideally located en route to the splendors of Flathead Lake, Glacier/Waterton Parks, the National Bison range and the Flathead Indian Reservation. The town is nestled in mountains abundant with lakes, forests, hiking trails, ski slopes, snowmobile runs, game and wildlife, fishing, whitewater rafting, and thousands of miles of creeks and rivers.In the 1850s, Congress appropriated money to open a road in the Northwest for wagons from Walla Walla, Washington to Fort Benton, Montana. The leader of this expedition was Captain John Mullan. It was mountainous, covered with huge trees, and not even Indians used the area so there were no trails. It was a monumental task to create a road through these rugged mountains. Once Captain Mullan established the road route, it provided access to settlers, prospectors, frontiersmen and adventurers. Here and there, families traveling westward settled along the passage. Once a well-established mining and lumber town, a fire destroyed a great part of it in 1910 and it was never rebuilt. Now the community is primarily tourist related and offers a golf course, a large community park and St. Regis Visitor Information Center. St. Regis also hosts the largest Flea Market in Montana every Memorial Day weekend. The geography of the town provides some of the most moderate temperatures in Montana, both summer and winter. The scenic beauty of the town nestled in the mountains is right out of a picture book.

Major Events and Festivals


The Largest Flea Market in Montana

Held Memorial Day Weekend. For information call 406.649.2342 or 406.649.2727.


July 4th Festivities

St. Regis celebrates the 4th with a parade, pancake breakfast, children's activities, logging contests, men's classic softball tournament, live music street dances, and a fireworks display all presented in a 'laid back' small town way. 406.649.2716

St. Regis Classic Softball Tournament

Held in early July. Approximately 15 teams from Washington, Idaho and Montana meet for 2 days of sanctioned softball tournament. Good fun in a big pleasant park. 800.729.9796


Clark Fork Scenic Drive

The Clark Fork River winds its way across this region of Glacier Country, serving as a guide to the many interesting towns and stops along the way. Named for (you guessed it) William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, this river has many different personalities. In some places, it's wide, peaceful and meandering; in others, it's a whitewater thrill ride through inspiring canyons. 406.649.2290

Campground St. Regis

Surrounded by mountains in a wooded setting, with many shady sites. 75-foot-plus pull-thrus, 47 RV sites, and 28 tent sites. All sites have water, electricity, picnic tables and fire rings. Full-hookup sites have 50-amp service and 50, 30, and 20 amps are on other sites in the park. A laundry, propane and dump station are available406.649.2470

Dry Creek Fishing Site
Access site is off I-90 to Dry Creek. 406.542.5500,

Trestle Creek Golf Course

Regarded as some of the best greens in the Pacific Northwest and manicured fairways. Built in 1994, Trestle Creek has quickly become a regular stop for travelers going east, west or north. Come enjoy the scenic beauty of one of Montana's newest courses and play in the natural forest setting along the magnificent Clark Fork River!

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