Where the Big Sky meets the Badlands!
Glendive area’s over 9,000
friendly folks welcome you!
Located on Interstate 94 midway between Fargo, ND and Yellowstone Park, Regina and the Black Hills,
Glendive is where the best begins.
We take for granted friendly neighbors, pristine air, beautiful sunsets, great schools, a community college and excellent medical care.
Outdoor enthusiasts will thrill to the almost limitless possibilities around Glendive.
Imagine watching the Milky Way nightly and counting shooting stars to fall asleep, walking unafraid after dark, hunting or just having a staring contest with wildlife.
Some famous folks have set a spell here…
The Lewis & Clark Expedition spent their last night in Montana here by the Yellowstone in 1806.
General Custer camped here before he met his demise on the Little Big Horn.
The Yellowstone River
The nation’s longest untamed river, starts in Yellowstone Park, 400 miles west of here and flows through the middle of Glendive. It’s a source of recreation, agate hunting, fishing, and awe.
The Historic Bell Street Bridge
Walk the 1,300-foot long steel truss structure & enjoy the wildlife that can be seen along the banks of the Yellowstone River.
Makoshika State Park
11,500 acres of spectacular badlands, fossils, and wildlife.
The Visitors Center boasts a triceratops skull found in 1991. Buzzard Day is an annual event.
There are biking and hiking trails, camping, and park programs.
The Lions’ Youth Camp
can be rented for reunions, retreats, or barbecues.
Moss agate hunting
along the Yellowstone River
Hunting & Fishing
You may see eagles, mule deer, whitetail deer, coyote, fox, bobcat, perhaps a mountain lion and an occasional bighorn sheep may wander through.
The Gallery and Bridger Bronze Gallery
Frontier Gateway Museum
from dinosaur fossils to an early Glendive main street, plus outdoor exhibits.
Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum
Makoshika Dinosaur Museum
Explore a Land Rich in History!
The same land that dinosaurs once called home!
offering picnic areas, fishing, swimming, and a lifesize triceratops.
Cottonwood Country Club
with a scenic 9-hole 3,200 yard public golf course.
City parks and pool.
Fishing, hunting, boating, hiking, tennis, mountain biking, rifle & trap shooting, fossil digs & rodeos.
Shopping at unique locally owned stores.