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Great Falls and the surrounding area offer abundant opportunity to hunt and fish, golf, watch professional baseball, university and high school athletics. Scroll down to find the sport related opportunity you are looking for.
Montana River Outfitters
Great Falls Location:
933 10th Avenue North
Great Falls, MT 59401
Wolf Creek Location
515 Recreation Road
Wolf Creek MT 59648
Craig Madsen’s Montana River Outfitters (MRO) are Montana’s premier full service fly shop, guide service and lodging operation. The fly shop is located in Wolf Creek, just 3 minutes from the very best fishing on the blue ribbon, (legendary) Missouri River, below Holter Dam. MRO has been in business since 1977, with many of our staff on board for over 20 years. Our team has the knowledge, honesty and impeccable customer service to help with your fishing trip, whether it’s for a few hours or for a week. We have everything you need for your trip, including equipment, lodging, boat rentals, guides and plenty of free fishing information. Meeting and exceeding customer expectations remains our top priority with thousands of satisfied customers from all over the world. We know the Missouri River and its tributaries well, and have customers and guides on the water every day so we can give you the inside edge and ensure you have the most up-to-date fishing information.
145 Bridge Street
Craig, MT 59648
145 Bridge Street
Craig, MT 59648
Alternate Phone: 406-868-1951
Headquartered in Great Falls, Montana, Falls Outfitters provides guided fly fishing on some of the state's finest trout streams. The Missouri is our home river, but we also guide on several other blue ribbon trout streams, including the lower Clark Fork, Jefferson, Madison, Dearborn and Bighorn. Whether you're spending a week
Dick Lyman Outfitters
Hunting access on a ranch leased south of White Sulphur Springs, Montana in the Castle Mountains, where you can hunt for elk and deer. We also have other leases that have big trophy deer.
Central Montana Outfitters
Contact us at: Email: email@example.com
Phone: 406-781-9061 Dale Yonkin - Outfitter
618-753-3168 Larry Cunningham
Owners: Larry Cunningham - Guide Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dale Yonkin - Outfitter and Guide Email: email@example.com
Joe Truitt Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Central Montana Outfitters offers abundant trophy-class Elk, Mule Deer, Antelope, Whitetail Deer, Bear, and Mountain Lion in addition to huge flocks of Waterfowl and plentiful Upland Birds all pursued on private ranches in their own natural habitat. With an experienced outfitter, and our guide’s expert knowledge, Central Montana Outfitters dedication is to make each and every sportsman's dream come true. We want you to have that unforgettable adventure while hunting with us.
60 miles south of Great Falls, MT on Scenic Highway 89
Created in 1936 and originally called King's Hill Ski Area, Showdown is a small-scale ski area normally closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, receiving most patrons on the weekends. During the summer months, the area offers a variety of activities ranging from mountain biking to hiking to camping. Showdown is known for the 100% natural snow, beautiful scenery, and family atmosphere.
Anaconda Hills Golf Course
Anaconda Hills is located at 2315 East Smelter Ave. in Black Eagle Montana. Call 406-761-8459 up two days in advance to request a tee time.
The 18-hole course plays to a par of 69 and measures just under 5700 yards from the back tees. The front (original) 9 is hilly and tree lined and features small, sloping greens. The keys for scoring are on the 2nd, 4th, and 9th holes. These are, respectively, two long par threes and an uphill, narrow par five. The newer back 9 is routed across hilly land with ravines, natural rough, and water guarding the large greens. While short in length, the 18 holes require more brains than brawn. Careful tee shot placement and good putting is essential to good scoring. The course can be played at various lengths, making it an enjoyable for even the beginning golfer.
Eagle Falls Golf Course
Eagle Falls is located at 25th St. & River Drive North. Just 2 miles from Giant Springs State Park & the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center. Call the pro shop 406-761-1078 up two days in advance to request a tee time.
Hickory Swing Golf Course - Public
1100 American Avenue
Great Falls, MT
Meadowlark Country Club & Golf Course
300 Country Club Blvd.
Great Falls, MT 59404
Pro shop – 454-3553
Along the banks of the mighty Missouri River at the confluence of the Sun River in Great Falls, Montana is Meadow Lark Country Club. From its formation in 1919, Meadow Lark has been a pioneer in Montana golf. Re-designed by Golf Course Architect William A. Diddel in 1948, today Meadow Lark is recognized as having one of the great classic courses in Montana and has a reputation for the sleek, undulating greens.
• Reciprocal guest- $80.00
Dress Code:Men must wear shirts with collars and sleeves (this includes Jr. Boys). Ladies must have either collars or sleeves. No short/shorts, halter-tops, tube tops, swimwear or exercise wear. No Metal Spikes! Meadow Lark is a Soft-Spike facility. Please wear appropriate Country Club golf wear. No athletic (basketball) shorts.
Warden Park Frisbee Golf Course
Called folf or frisbee golf, disc golf is a growing pastime, and Great Falls Park and Recreation Department is ahead of the curve. We have a frisbee golf course in Warden Park. Warden Park is located at 4th Street and 13th Avenue South (south of Visitors Center). So, bring your frisbee and play a round of folf.
Great Falls Voyagers
The Great Falls Voyagers are a minor league baseball team based in Great Falls, Montana. This team has played continuously since 1969, and also played in the Pioneer League from 1948 to 1963.
The "Voyagers" name refers to an event in the August of 1950, when Nick Mariana, the general manager of the Great Falls Electrics, saw two spinning objects approaching at a seemingly high speed. Mariana recorded 16 seconds of footage of the unidentified flying objects at Legion Park.
The Voyagers became an affiliate of the Chicago White Sox starting with the 2003 season. Previously the team was affiliated with the Los Angeles Dodgers (1983-2003), and the San Francisco Giants (1969-1983). The team plays its home games at Centene
Stadium and is a member of the Pioneer League.
GREAT FALLS GLADIATORS
UNIVERSITY OF GREAT FALLS ATHLETIC SPORTS
GREAT FALLS PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS
MONTANA EXPO PARK
MONTANA PRCA CIRCUIT FINALS
400 3rd Street Northwest
Great Falls, MT 59404-4131
MONTANA STATE FAIR RODEO – BIG SKY PRO RODEO ROUNDUP
North Montana Wrestling Club
The North Montana Wrestling Club invites youth ages 6 - 18 to train and compete with one of the Northwest's most successful youth wrestling programs. The North Montana Wrestling Club has produced countless champions at state, regional, and national levels, with many wrestlers earning college wrestling scholarships.
GFAHA Americans – Great Falls Amateur Hockey Association
Great Falls Women’s Hockey League
Great Falls Community Ice Foundation
GREAT FALLS PARK & RECREATION
HEISEY YOUTH CENTER
313 7th Street North, Great Falls, MT 59401
The Heisey will provide recreational opportunities for youth and adults of Cascade County. It will provide a public facility, professional leadership and flexible programs and services, thus meeting the recreational needs of the community.
Thunderbolts and Mini Bolts of Great Falls
Riverside Railyard Skate Park