Things to Do


Teton Pass Ski Resort

Teton Pass is a 400 acre ski resort, located in the Lewis and Clark National Forest, close to the town of Choteau in Montana.

Choteau Park Frisbee Golf Course

Newly approved by the Choteau City Council on April 5th! A recreation-grade course will be available for play around the Choteau City Park.

Map of Folf Course

Choteau Country Club Golf Course

A 9 hole public golf course with driving range, full service bar, and banquet facilities

Guided Hiking

Dropstone Outfitters


Pishkun Reservoir

Bynum Reservoir

Eureka Reservoir

Arod Lake

Horseback Riding

DeBoos Ranch Adventures

Half-day and full-day horseback adventures.

Lewis & Clark National Forest

The Lewis & Clark National Forest is characterized by coniferous forests, woody valley bottoms, high mountain peaks and broad grassy meadows.

Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex

The Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex consists of three wilderness areas, all within the U.S. state of Montana totaling over 1.5 million acres. The largest wilderness area is the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area consisting of 1 million acres. Adjoining the Bob Marshall to the north is the Great Bear Wilderness of 286,700 acres, and to the south of the Bob Marshall is the Scapegoat Wilderness consisting of 239,936 acres. An additional 1 million acres of roadless National Forest, private, and BLM land surrounds the designated wildernesses on all sides, for a total roadless area of 2.54 million acres.

Freezout Lake Wildlife Management Area

Freezout Lake wildlife management area was created to provide habitat for waterfowl and upland game bird production, public hunting and wildlife viewing opportunities. Year-round wildlife viewing is possible, including upland game birds and raptors in the winter, waterfowl migrations in spring and fall, as well as waterfowl and shorebirds in the summer.

Annual July 3rd “Got Grit?” Obstacle Course

A mud run, walk and crawl through a three-mile obstacle course, featuring 25 different obstacles. It involves getting dirty, having a lot of laughs and challenges participants’ strength, agility and speed.

Annual Independence Day “Let Freedom Run”

Let Freedom Run race is a 5K and 1-mile fun run and walk. Sponsored by Grizzly Activities, Inc., a local running group, the event starts with race-day registration from 6:30 to 7:45 a.m. on the northwest corner of the Choteau City Park, 204 First St. S.E.

Annual December Jingle Bell run

Area Attractions

Old Trail Museum

Explore fossils, dinosaurs, Native American artifacts, grizzly bears, and the diverse and colorful local history within the Museum complex.

Two Medicine Dinosaur Museum

Provides hands-on educational experiences for the public, based as much as possible on actual research sites and utilizing research personnel; to promote research and publications on the objects and information collected; and to collect, preserve, and interpret for the public, items relating to the physical and cultural heritage of the world.

Choteau Independence Day Parade & Rodeo

Annual Snow Goose Migration

Old Time Fiddlers Contest

Teton Antique Steam Gas Threshing Association Threshing Bee

TASGA invites you to Choteau to check out displays of steam engines, stationary engines, tractors, blacksmithing, saw-milling and planing, just like they did in the old days.

Annual Rodeo

Annual Wild Game Feed

Summer Time Vintage Car Drive-Ins