Mineral County, A Recreation Paradise
Nestled between the mighty Clark Fork River and the Bitterroot Mountains. 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.
A Lifetime of Adventure
You can hike, bike, raft, ATV, snowmobile, cross-country ski and snowshoe 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.
Clark Fork 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.
A Vibrant Community
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. COME SEE FOR YOURSELF TODAY!
MINERAL COUNTY offers the following Services:
Superior has the County Government offices and the Mineral Community Hospital . The Mineral County Airport is east of Superior on Mullan Road. The online Mineral CountyPublic 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.