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Montana United States #87 Highway Guide

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Welcome to Montana
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0.0
City of Great Falls - Welcome to Great Falls
Junction of Highway #200. NOTE: Highway #200 overlaps highway#87 at this point east.
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The Lewis and Clark Trail
0.7
1.2
25th Street South

1.8
2.9
38th Street South

2.9
4.7
Junction of highway #87 Bypass
Access to Malmstrom Air Force Base.
4.3
6.9
View from highway
Driving east.
6.0
9.7
Junction of Highways #228 & #227
South to communities of Sand Coulee, Centerville. North to communities of Highwood, Montague.
12.8
20.6
Roadside turnout
Gravel turnout, no services, both sides of highway.
18.0
28.9
Roadside turnout
Gravel turnout, no services, both sides of highway.
18.7
30.1
Community of Belt
Junction of highway #331
22.4
36.1
Community of Armington

23.6
38.0
Junction of highway #89
South to community of White Sulpher Springs. Access to Yellowstone National Park. South to Lewis and Clark National Forest. Access to Showdown Ski Area.
23.7
38.1
Truck Weigh Station & Rest Area
Picnic tables, toilets, North side of highway.
24.0
38.6
Point of Information
Crossing Otter Creek.
27.3
44.0
Point of Information
Crossing Otter Creek.
30.9
49.8
Point of Information
Judith Basin County, western boundary.
32.7
52.6
Community of Raynesford.

33.5
53.9
Junction of highway #427
Services at highway, south side.
36.9
59.4
Roadside turnout
Gravel turnout, no services, south side of highway.
37.7
60.7
View from highway
Looking south at the Cascade Mountains.
44.9
72.3
Community of Geyser
Junction of highway #551. North to Lewis and Clark National Forest. The Forest contains many scenic drives including the Kings Hill National Scenic Byway - U.S. Highway 89 through the Little Belt Mountains, which is a major route between Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks. The Lewis and Clark National Forest contains 29 developed recreation sites. Many of these sites are handicap accessible. There are five cabins on the Forest which may be rented by the public on a first come, first served basis. The Forest also has two special-use ski areas within its boundaries.
45.7
73.6
View from highway
Looking south at the Little Belt Mountains.
46.5
74.9
Lewis and Clark National Forest - Lone Tree Recreation Area
South of highway.
47.9
77.1
Roadside turnout with historical marker
Paved turnout.
58.3
93.9
Point of Information
Crossing Wolf Creek.
58.5
94.1
Access to the Lewis and Clark National Forest Dry Wolf Recreation Area

60.0
96.6
Junction of highway #80
North to the community of Stanford, services at highway, fuel. Access to R V Park campground. North to communities of Coffee Creek, Square Butte, Geraldine.
60.3
97.1
Point of Information
Crossing Skull Creek.
65.9
106.1
Community of Windham
Junction of highway #541, south to the community of Utica.
65.9
106.1
Access to Ackley State Park Campground.
South of highway. Ackley Lake, named after an early settler and frontiersman, offers diverse water sports opportunities. Stocked with rainbow trout, the lake is often good angling for 10 to 15 inch fish. The elevation of the park is 4,336 feet and is 160 acres in size. This park has been designated as Primitive so there are no fees to use the site. There are 23 sites with vault toilets, picnic tables, grills/firerings, group use area, drinking water
66.2
106.6
View from highway
Driving east.
66.4
106.9
Point of Information
Crossing Sage Creek.
71.9
115.7
Access to the community of Benchland
North of highway.
72.8
117.2
Junction of highway #207

77.6
124.8
Community of Moccasin

77.7
125.1
Junction of roadway #426
North to communities of Kolin, Rossfork.
79.4
127.8
View from highway
Looking south at the Big Snowy Mountains.
80.8
130.0
Roadside turnout with historical marker sign
South side of highway. The Judith River. The Lewis and Clark expedition came up the Missouri River in 1805 Capt. Clark named the Judith River for one of the girls he left behind.
81.0
130.4
Point of Information
Crossing the Judith River
81.2
130.7
View from highway
Driving east.
81.7
131.5
Junction of roadway #239
Access to the community of Hobson.
85.2
137.1
Point of Information
Crossing Rossfork Creek.
87.2
140.3
Point of Information
Fergus County, western boundary.
87.6
140.9
Junction of highway #191
South to the communities of Sipple, Straw, Judith Gap, Hadotown. Services, fuel at highway.
88.7
142.8
Roadside turnout
Paved no services, south side of highway.
89.5
144.1
Community of Moore
South of highway, access to campground.
90.6
145.8
Access to Lewis and Clark National Forest - Crystal Lake Recreation Area
South of highway.
91.8
147.7
Roadside turnout
Paved no services, north side of highway.
94.5
152.0
Point of Information
Crossing Little Rock Creek.
95.1
153.0
Crystal Lake Road
Access to Lewis and Clark National Forest Recreation Area, south of highway.
96.0
154.5
Access to the communities of Kolin & Rossfork
North of highway.
98.1
157.8
View from highway
Driving east.
98.1
157.8
Point of Information
Crossing Cottonwood Creek.
98.7
158.9
Glengarry Road
Access to the community of Glengarry, south side of highway.
101.8
163.8
Junction of Truck Route
Access to the City of Lewistown.
103.7
166.9
City of Lewistown - Elevation : 4,167 ft.
Western corporate Limits. Lewistown is an agricultural community located at the geographic center of Montana in the vast Judith Basin. The town features many well-preserved historic businesses and homes. Nearby is the old mining town of Maiden. Although mostly rolling prairie, farms and ranches, the Lewistown area features two beautiful mountain ranges, the Snowy and Judith. From there, grand 100-mile vistas stretch out below. Picturesque landscapes, mountain terrain, and small quiet towns typify the area.
103.9
167.2
Joyland Road
Junction of highway #237.
104.6
168.4
Junction of highway #191 north
North to communities of Hilger, Fergus, Malta.
105.0
168.9
Main Street
Junction of County Roadway #238.
107.0
172.2
Roadside turnout with historical marker
Paved turnout, north side of highway. Access to Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, north of highway.
111.0
178.7
View from highway
Driving east.
116.3
187.1
Truck chain up removal area
Both sides of highway.
118.6
190.8
Access to the Community of Gilt Edge
North of highway
120.4
193.8
Roadside turnout with historical marker
North side of highway.
127.7
205.5
Point of Information
Crossing North Fork McDonald Creek.
134.8
217.0
Point of Information
Crossing North Fork McDonald Creek.
135.2
217.5
Junction of highway #200 & #19
NOTE: Overlap of highway #200 leaves highway #87 at this point and heads east. East to city of Sidney.
136.1
219.0
Community of Grass Range

136.3
219.4
Services at highway
Fuel gas, diesel, west side of highway.
136.5
219.7
Roadside turnout
Paved turnout no services, west side of highway.
138.8
223.3
Roadside turnout
Paved turnout no services, west side of highway.
140.9
226.8
View from highway
Driving south.
141.8
228.2
Point of Information
Crossing Elk Creek.
142.3
229.0
River Road - photo of Visitor Information Area
Paved turnout no services, both sides of highway.
147.1
236.8
View from highway
Driving south.
153.7
247.3
Point of Information
Petroleum County, southern boundary.
155.1
249.6
Access to National Forest Little Snowies Recreation Area
West of highway.
158.2
254.6
Point of Information
Musselshell County, northern boundary.
159.1
256.1
Junction of highway #1244
East to the Communities of Flatwillow, Winnett.
160.3
258.0
View from highway - Point of Interest
This is a photo of the original virgin prairie grasses & sagebrush, as it would have been, when the early Settlers crossed this land by wagon and horseback.
165.4
266.2
View from highway
Driving south.
168.2
270.6
Snowy Mountain Road
Access to National Forest - Little Snowy Recreation Area, west of highway 25 miles.
168.8
271.6
View from highway
Looking west at the Little Snowy Mountains.
177.5
285.7
Access to local Airport
East of highway.
178.5
287.2

Community of Roundup
179.3
288.5
8th Street
Junction of highway #12. West to City of Helena. NOTE: Highway #12 overlaps highway #87 at this point.
179.7
289.2
Roundup Business Area

181.0
291.2
Text from Historical Marker.
Roadside turnout with historical marker
181.3
291.7
Junction of highway #12
NOTE: Highway #12 leaves highway#87 at this point and heads east. East to Miles City, City of Glendive,
181.6
292.3
Point of Information
Crossing Musselshell River.
182.6
293.8
Community of Klein

193.8
311.8
Roadside turnout
Gravel turnout, no services, both sides of highway.
195.9
315.3
Roadside turnout
Gravel turnout, no services, west side of highway.
200.8
323.2
Roadside turnout
Gravel turnout, no services, both sides of highway.
203.8
328.0
Point of Information
Yellowstone County, Northern, boundary.
206.9
333.0
View from highway
Driving south.
211.2
339.8
View from highway
Driving south.
223.7
360.0
City Of Billings - Main Street
The 100,000 people of the Yellowstone Valley enjoy a dry, sunny climate with spectacular views of four mountain ranges: the Beartooths to the southwest, the Crazy Mountains to the west, the Pryor Range to the southeast, and the Snowies to the north.
224.8
361.7
Wicks Lane
Services at highway, fuel
225.3
362.5
Logan Lane

226.4
364.4
Access to highway #3
Services at highway, fuel.
227.6
366.3
Point of Information
Crossing the Yellowstone River.
228.4
367.5
Junction of Interstate highway #90
City of Billings, west to Cities of Laurel, Bozeman. East to Miles City, Glendive. Stat / Fnish of Highway Travel Guide. el