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Great Falls is a city with a rich history and a range of cultural and recreational opportunities for every interest and age group. Located next to the Missouri River, it offers the perfect combination of big city culture and small town charm, along with the magnificent landscape of northcentral Montana.

Recreation and Entertainment

Count on the Great Falls area for a friendly, welcoming community, and lots of opportunities to explore. Our many hiking and walking trails include the 40-mile River’s Edge Trail, and our rivers are an invitation to rafting, swimming, canoeing, and other water sports.

You can also enjoy:

  • Dining out at some of the many local restaurants with cuisines ranging from burgers to sushi to semi-formal dining
  • Museums, including the C.M. Russel Museum, the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art, and the Children’s Museum
  • More than 50 parks, including the First People’s Buffalo Jump State Park, Gibson Park, and Grande Vista Park
  • Golfing at one of our five golf courses
  • Live theater and concerts at the Mansfield Center for the Performing Arts
  • Winter sports such as downhill and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and snowboarding
  • Proximity to Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks
  • Hunting and fishing in nearby rivers and public lands

Colleges and Universities

Great Falls is also home to a number of institutions of higher learning, including the Great Falls College of Montana State University, and the University of Providence.

First Hand Accounts

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Great Falls Area

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