ONE OF THE MOST SCENIC STRETCHES OF RAILWAY IN AMERICA ! The Route of the Hiawatha Bicycle Route is open daily through Sunday, September 28th! Come enjoy this “Hall of Fame” 15-mile, rail-to-trail, mountain bike or hike trail, which utilizes the abandoned Milwaukee Railroad grade between the old town site of Taft (MT) and the […]Read More
WELCOME TO MINERAL COUNTY MONTANA
A recreation paradise, west of Missoula at the Montana-Idaho border, MINERAL COUNTY MONTANA is a great place to live and play. We have 1200+ square miles of mountain forest and river valley with a corridor of commerce and a small population, so there’s PLENTY OF ROOM to spread out and enjoy our Montana outdoors. You can hike, bike, ATV, snowmobile, cross-country ski and snoeshoe hundreds of MILES OF TRAILS, or hit the groomed slopes at Lookout Pass SKI and RECREATION Area — also home to the historic and awe-inspiring Hiawatha BIKE TRAIL with its cool railroad tunnels. In the spring, you can RACE the tracks yourself in the Rails to Trails run. Year-round wildlife viewing and great hunting and fishing, we’ve got them, too, with some 85% of the County designated as national- and state-forest lands. Anglers particularly enjoy the St. Regis River.
Our mighty Clark Fork River with its world-renowned Alberton Gorge draws those who want to WHITEWATER raft, kayak, canoe, float, or swim in clean mountain water under the BIG SKY. Plus, we’ve got community gatherings and festivals, Chamber events, such as our Golf Tournament and Fly-In, and great businesses that will give you a true sense of ROCKY MOUNTAIN Living and ADVENTURE. SO COME SEE FOR YOURSELF TODAY !
MINERAL COUNTY offers the following Services: Superior has the County Government offices and the Mineral Community Hospital and Tamarack Clinic with outreach clinics in St. Regis, DeBorgia and soon Alberton. The Mineral County Airport is east of Superior on Mullan Road. The online Mineral County Public Library is also in Superior with branches in St. Regis and Alberton. K-12 Schools operate in Alberton, Superior, and St. Regis. Visitor Information services include the Visitors’ Center at St. Regis and the Historical Society and Museum here in Superior along with our Mineral County Chamber of Commerce headquarters.
Plan your visit to Mineral County today and discover why visitors and residents alike enjoy our friendly towns and businesses and the diverse recreation opportunities that you find along Interstate 90 (I-90) and the Clark Fork River Corridor of western Montana. You’ll be glad you did.
The Montana Department of Revenue WANTS YOU to attend a 2014 informational session on property taxes. Sessions will be held across the state, with Missoula’s scheduled from 9 am to 11 am on September 24th at Ruby’s Conference Center on North Reserve. They promise to preview the 2015 reappraisal cycle timeline, reappraisal approaches to determining […]Read More
FLU SHOTS STARTING THE FIRST WEEK IN OCTOBER ON A WALK-IN BASIS, announces officials from the Mineral Regional Health Center in Superior. The Center is open 8am to 5pm Monday-Friday. Call 822-4278 for more information.Read More
UP FOR A GAME OF QUIDDITCH, as the Humans are Playing it these days outside of Harry Potterville? The Alberton PEAK Foundation is organizing a game on Saturday, October 12, from 1 to 5 pm. Missoula’s Coach Shane Rooney will be directing the action. His official playbook will be the guide. But what we know […]Read More
GOOD TO KNOW. The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) would like to notify the public and seek comments on a proposal to repair twelve bridge decks on Interstate 90, from about 5 miles west of Superior to approximately 5 miles west of Alberton. The project begins at reference post 42 and extends for about 28 […]Read More
ALL PERMITS for outdoor burning have been suspended in Mineral County. The season officially ended on May 31st. FIRE DANGER is rated MODERATE due to Dry Conditions that persist in most wildland fuels. Burning season will open again in the fall, with restrictions. Fire officials Learn more info at www.restrictions.us. The Burn Permit HOTLINE is 822-3933. For […]Read More
The Superior Ranger District, Lolo National Forest is soliciting comments for 3 new watershed improvement project proposals. Contact information is included in the attached letter. Thank you. Please click on the letter below for full details… StRegisWatershedProjectsScopingLetterRead More
Join SCORE Today and Serve Montana’s Local Small Business Community News Release: Montana SCORE and the US Small Business Administration (SBA) Region VIII, are launching an initiative to attract additional volunteer mentors with business experience to expand confidential small business counseling and training throughout Montana. “For 50 years, SCORE mentors have helped millions of […]Read More