The Selway-Bitterroot real-time digital camera system was installed outside of the Stevensville Ranger Station, Montana, in May 2002. The camera views Crown Point, in the Bitterroot Mountain range 11.0 kilometers to the northwest.
The Stevensville Main Street Association is a nonprofit organization formed to assist the business community. Our purpose is to provide educational materials and information to the public, preserve our historic commercial buildings and heritage and lessen the burdens of government.
Information on Ravalli County government services. Includes licensing, public heath, disaster and emergency services, court system, county fair, and more.
The refuge is located just a short distance out of Stevensville, MT. The mission of the Refuge is to manage habitat for a diversity of wildlife species with emphasis on migratory birds and endangered and threatened species, and to provide compatible human benefits associated with Refuge wildlife and wildlands. The Refuge offers walking paths and viewing areas.
Major John Owen established the fort as a regional trade center in 1850. Period furnishings and artifacts are displayed in the restored rooms of the east barracks. Visit the small museum housed in preserved and partially reconstructed structures. This site is located south of Stevensville, MT.
Additional Links of Interest
The official website of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. The Confederation is comprised of the Bitterroot Salish, the Pend d’Oreille and the Kootenai tribes.
Dedicated to providing answers to your questions regarding chamber programs, how to do business here, what there is to see and do and “what’s happening?” in the Bitterroot Valley.
Montana is blessed in many ways: beautiful scenery, blue sky, abundant fish and wildlife, clean water, spacious land and generous hard-working people. We have two of the world's most beloved national parks (Glacier and Yellowstone).
There are thousands of trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Accommodations are diverse and unique ranging from dude ranches to hidden cabins to upscale resorts.
The Bitterroot Birding and Nature Festival is a celebration of bird watching and nature and is centered out of the Lee Metcalf Refuge. The Festival is host to numerous activities including workshops, tours, bird walks, field trips, booths, entertaining education programs and events.
George Gulli is a Totem Pole Carver known both nationally and internationally for his poles carved in the tradition of the Northwest Coast Native American tradition.
The Mission of the Ravalli County Museum is to acquire, preserve, and interpret the historical and cultural heritage of the Bitter Root Valley and its inhabitants. The Museum houses many critical and historical collections from Ravalli County. The Museum was once the Ravalli County Courthouse built in 1900 and designed by A.J. Gibson. It is significant symbolically and historically as it was the hub of social and political activity and has remained so since becoming the repository of the Bitter Root Valley's artifacts, collections, and oral histories.
Bitterroot Valley, Montana State, National Historic Links
Last Update: 8/24/2016
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