Welcome to Noxon, Montana

  • Scenic View

    Photo courtesy: Wear's Outfitting

Noxon is on the Clark Fork River along Montana Highway 200. Established as a Northern Pacific Railroad station in 1883, Noxon is named for an early prospector in the area. It thrived for many years as a railroad and logging town. In 1960 Washington Water Power completed the construction of the Noxon Rapids Dam, which is capable of generating 400,000kw of electrical power.(Copyright 2009, Montana Historical Society: Montana Place Names from Alzada to Zortman, Montana Historical Society Research Center Staff)

The Kootenai National Forest is located in the northwest corner of Montana and the northeast corner of Idaho on the Canadian border. Providing abundant year-round recreation and a wealth of natural resources, the Kootenai is a perfect place to relax and enjoy your National Forests! Located within the heart of the Kootenai National Forest, the Cabinet Mountains Wilderness contains over 93,000 acres of beautiful, rugged, glacier-carved mountains.

Fished primarily by boat, Noxon Reservoir has a great largemouth and smallmouth bass fishery and a popular northern pike fishery.