Make Choteau Home


Dig the dinos

Check out Choteau's museums

The Choteau area is home to two museums: The Old Trail Museum, and the Montana Dinosaur Center


Choteau Schools regularly rank high in evaluations, and because of our small class size, your students get more teacher time.


Choteau has one ISP: 3 Rivers Communications. 3 Rivers is currently laying fiber to the home throughout the City of Choteau.

Electric & Gas

Electric & Gas services are provided by Northwestern Energy

Choteau Lions Swim Pool

The Choteau Lions Club has operated the pool in Choteau since 1934. The Lions Club raised over $1 million to rebuild the pool in 2013.


Choteau’s arts community is thriving! The Choteau Arts has recently moved into a new Main Street building and provides art lessons and a place for community artists to work.

4th of July

Choteau’s annual Independence Day celebration is world-renowned. Every year we hold a parade, a rodeo, concerts, races, pitchfork fondue, and the cherry on top at the end of the night is the community funded fireworks display.


Pack 51 and Troops 51 have been a part of the fabric of Choteau since the1910’s.

Cub Scouting is open to girls and boys ages 5-10, and our Scouts BSA Troops are open to both young men and women ages 11-18.


The Choteau Community Band plays at events throughout the summer, the board the Opportunity for All Scholarship brings top-talent musical acts to Choteau, and during the fourth of July the Brew Fest brings swinging bluegrass, and the Choteau American brings a variety of musical acts to town.

Civic Clubs

Choteau has several active civic and community oriented organizations, including the Choteau Lions Club, Choteau Chamber of Commerce, Teton Antique Steam & Gas Association, Teton County Development Corporation, Choteau & Vicinity Soroptimist Club.


Choteau is home to the Benefis Teton Medical Center,  which offers Primary Care, an Emergency Department, Inpatient Care, Diagnostic Testing, Rehabilitation, and Long Term Care


Choteau is home to two grocery stores; Rex’s Market and Mountain Front Market, and several restaurants including the Log Cabin Cafe, John Henry’s Family Restaurant, and the Outpost Deli.

Outdoor Rec

Glacier National Park is 85 miles away. The expanse of Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex is only 15 miles away. Hunt, fish, and camp to your heart’s content.

Make Choteau Home

Where the Rockies meet the plains