Stevensville - Montana’s longest existing town


Home of St. Mary’s Mission, Stevensville is the longest existing town in Montana.  Located in the Bitterroot Valley, with its historic downtown just off of route 93.

Stevensville is in the heart of the Bitterroot Valley, with access to the Bitterroot River, Fort Owen State Park, and the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge.  This is the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors in all four seasons.  Fishing, hunting, hiking, birdwatching, bicycling, dog sledding, and cross country skiing are just a few of the activities to be enjoyed in the valley.  Stevensville is located between Lost Powder Mountain and Snowbowl for a downhill skiing experience.

Main Street is the heart of Stevensville filled with charm, friendly people, and daily activity.  The Stevensville Main Street Association oversees community events such as the annual Scarecrow Festival, the Creamery Picnic, First Friday, Western Heritage Days, and the Country Christmas.