For those that are coming through Glasgow, Montana for the first time, it’s immediately apparent that our town is incredibly rich in history. For hundreds of years before the 1887 treaty, members of…Read More
Local attractions include:
Fort Peck Dam and Lake
The Fort Peck Lake and Reservoir recreation area is Montana’s largest body of water and contains more than 50 different types of fish. The lake is more than 130 miles long and has a maximum depth of 220 feet when full. With over 1,520 miles of shoreline, which is longer than the California coast, this is the perfect place to spend an afternoon on the water or on its shores.
Northeast Montana Children’s Museum
The Children’s Museum is a place for children and their families to explore and learn. If you happen to encounter some rainy weather while in Glasgow, the museum might me a great place to take refuge from a stormy afternoon, but still give your eager and energetic children something to do.
Fort Peck Interpretive Center
The interpretive center and museum is the perfect getaway for some heightened learning. The facility is a partnership with the U.S. Army Corps and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. It showcases northeastern Montana and features the two largest aquariums in the state. Visitors will be greeted by a life-sized model Peck’s Rex, the Tyrannosaurus Rex discovered 20 miles southeast of Fort Peck in 1997.
Fort Peck Summer Theatre
If you’re looking to take in a show or two during your time in Glasgow, look no further than the Fort Peck Summer Theatre. Shows run from July to September.
Friends of the Pioneer Museum
If you’ve ever wanted to experience the history of northeastern valley country through the country’s largest assiniboine collection, railroad and agriculture displays, the creation of Fort Peck Dam, Lewis and Clark and stories from the Titanic, look no further. The Fries of the Pioneer Museum can offer a fun-filled afternoon of learning for you and your clan.
Valley Event Center
The Valley Event Center has been your one-stop location for affordable youth and adult hockey and skating programs for more than 10 years. Go watch some teams play or head down for some open skate hours with your family.
Sunnyside Golf and Country Club
If weather permits and you want to get some sun and some fun, head to the Sunnyside Golf and Country Club
Glasgow Recreation Department
There are an abundant amount of parks in town that offer a variety of playing courts and a place to take the kids to have an afternoon of fun outdoors.
El Cor Del Lanes Bowling Alley
If you’re looking for an afternoon or night of fun and competition, head down to the El Cor Del Lanes Bowling Alley! They’ll be able to provide you with an evening of entertainment.