This page is dedicated to assisting the tribal tourism sector across Montana's Indian Country Region as delinated in Senate Bill 309 of the 65th Montana Legislature to expand tourism activities and visitation in the Indian Country Region. Resources are listed to assist communities and tribal tourism operators in building thier capacity to provide authentic tribal tourism experiences across Montana that honor authentic first-voice interpretive experiences and sustain cultural traditions and values.
Download this beautiful publication that features three road trips through Indian Country, tribal nation pages, trip planning resources, and culture and tradition pages including buffalo, arts and crafts, and pow wow etiquette.
Tribal Tourism Resources and Development
Visit the Indian Country Page on Visitmt.com
The Montana Office of Tourism has updated the Indian Country page: https://www.visitmt.com/places-to-go/indian-country.html. Make sure that you're included on this beautiful website for visitor inspiration and trip planning purposes by following the instructions below to claim or update a business listing.
Update your business listing
Start by visiting https://business.visitmt.com/default.aspx, if you have an ePass account, simply log in with your credentials. If you do not have an ePass account you will need to create a new account.
If you're experiencing technical difficulties logging in or updating your business listing, you can watch a tutorial video or download the instructions. Questions? Contact Norm Dwyer at (406) 841-2885.
Note: Businesses and attractions excluded on the site include such things as banks, hospitals, churches, grocery stores, hardware stores (unless they sell hunting and fishing licenses and goods).