Welcome to Whitehall, Montana

  • Corps of Discovery

    Photo courtesy: MTOT

  • Wall Mural

    Photo courtesy: MTOT

Whitehall's location in the center of the region and on Interstate 90 makes it an ideal place to kick off adventures in Southwest Montana. The blue ribbon trout streams of the storied Beaverhead, Big Hole, and Madison Rivers all flow within one hour of Whitehall. The Jefferson, Ruby and Boulder come within a stone's throw of the city limits. To the east, Montana's oldest state park, Lewis and Clark Caverns showcases the state's unique geology with guided tours through spectacular limestone caves. To the west, the Delmoe Lake area attracts campers, hikers, fishers and ATVers. In addition, Whitehall is within 23-60 miles of three major airports, four colleges, five ski resorts, and three hot springs.

Celebrate the town's heritage at Frontier Days. Famous throughout the region, Frontier Days, held the last weekend of July, includes two nights of NRA rodeo action, street vendors, a parade, a street dance and much more. Frontier Days highlights the rural hospitality and unique culture that makes Whitehall so special. The Lewis and Clark Expedition passed near Whitehall, and the town commemorated the Bicentennial with a series of beautiful murals that dot the city. Can't make it to Frontier Days? Get a taste of Whitehall at the Farmers' Market, which runs from June to October. Whatever your preference: hiking, biking, fishing, boating, dining or shopping, Whitehall has something to offer.