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With thousands of miles of wide open roads in every directions, Roundup is surrounded by adventure. The snowy mountains and the breathtaking Missouri River Breaks to the North are worth the road trip. The fishing on the areas rivers and lakes make for the perfect place to sit back, relax, and reel in your next fishing story. The Bull Mountains to the south are home to some legendary elk herds waiting for your next hunt. The skies above you are beautiful during the day but they really shine at night. Finally, migrating birds have been landing in Montana for centuries and the prairies, hills and rivers make for a great destination to cross the next species of bird off of your life list. 

Adventure is waiting in Roundup. Chase it.

City park & public pool

With a brand new playground for kids, two full size tenis courts, and a free public pool open all summer, the Roundup City Park is the perfect place for the family to spend the day. 


Musselshell Valley Historical Museum

Less than a 10-minute walk away, you can experience life as it was in the old west.   With over 7,000 square feet of exhibits, you’re sure to enjoy the experience. The museum is open seven days a week from May through September.


Musselshell River Walk

This casual and quiet 2-mile walking trail that winds along the Musselshell river on the edge of town. This flat trail is a great place to stretch your legs, walk the dogs, or enjoy the beauty of being in Big Sky Country. 


Pine Ridge Golf Course

Pine Ridge Golf Course is a 9-hole course and driving range located in Roundup, MT. Bring your own clubs or rent a set from the Club House. The course is a challenge to all levels of golfers with trees, ponds, and fantastic greens. The setting is the perfect place to enjoy a nice Montana day.


Roundup Shooting Range 

The Roundup Sportsman's range has an archery range that winds its way through a coulee, a trap area for shotguns, a 25 yard range for sight-in and rim-fire, a 100 and 200 yard rifle range, and a handgun range.


Jam Nights at the Wrangler Bar (43 MILes)

The third Sunday of every month, this small bar in Grass Range hosts local musicians for a night of dancing, food, and music. Throw on your best boots and dance to the some of the best music in the west. 


Yellowstone Art Museum (49 miles)

The Yellowstone Art Museum in downtown Billings is the largest contemporary art museum in Montana. With a large permament collection and extensive rotating collections, this museum is perfect for the art lover in each of us. 


Bear Gulch Pictographs (58 miles)

Less than one hour away is a treasure trove of ancient art, displaying more than 4,000 pictographs and petroglyphs that date back as early as 1000 CE. The 100-foot rock face has the largest known collection of Plains Indian rock art. This adventure will take you and the family back in time. 

Slippery Ann Elk Viewing (88 miles)

Each fall (September and October), hundreds of elk congregate in the Slippery Ann Wildlife Viewing Area, creating a spectacle not to be missed at the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge. Large herds are visible around dawn and dusk displaying typical behavior of the rutting season. The Slippery Ann Wildlife Viewing Area is along an excellent 20-mile long self-guided tour which may be accessed from two points along Highway 191 on the west side of the Refuge and takes about 2 hours to complete. The tour route follows an all-weather gravel road that parallels the Missouri River before climbing out onto upland prairie and rolling rangeland. This tour will take you near Lewis and Clark's May 22, 1805, campsite as well as the wildlife viewing area. Make sure you carry plenty of water with you on the refuge there is no drinking water available along the route.

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