With the founding of the Historic St. Mary's Mission in 1841, Stevensville became the first permanent pioneer settlement in Montana. While visiting this Bitterroot Valley community, stop and stroll Main Street's locally owned shops. A short drive from Stevensville, visit the 3,000-acre Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge is open year-round and is a prime habitat for various types of wildlife. Additional nearby attractions include Kootenai Canyon and Fort Owen State Park.
Each fall, Stevensville hosts the Scarecrow festival with numerous scarecrows lining the walkway in downtown. Participate in some small-town fun with the festival, complete with wagon rides, a pumpkin carving contest and friendly locals.
June 30th at 10:00am
Stevensville west 3rd Street Stevensville, MT
June 30th at 09:00am
Our Savior Lutheran Church 184 Pine Hollow Road Stevensville, MT
June 30th at 08:00am
Whitetail Golf Course 4925 Wildfowl Lane Stevensville, MT
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