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  • Welcome to Sweet Grass County Welcome to Sweet Grass County

    Welcome to Sweet Grass County where the prairies meet the mountains—specifically the Crazy Mountains and the Absaroka-Beartooth Ranges. The town of Big Timber sits in the valley formed by the confluence of the Boulder and Yellowstone Rivers. Sweet Grass County’s magnificent scenery and western hospitality welcome the traveler.

    Bigger than the State of Rhode Island, the county is 1,855 square miles - 449 of which are public lands offering amazing fishing, camping, and recreation opportunities for individuals and families alike.

    Join us... to make new memories with friends and family. You will want to come back again and again. 

  • Sweet Grass County Visitor Information Center

    1350 Highway 10 West

    Open Memorial Day Weekend - Labor Day Weekend

    (406) 932-5131

    Come by to say hi and get some great tips for your trip!


  • Click On The Maps To View Big Timber and Sweet Grass County


  • Show off your love for Big Timber with a Big Timber t-shirt featuring a painting from local artist Robin Higgins


    Buy one at 


    $5.00 of your purchase goes towards supporting

    the Sweet Grass County Chamber of Commerce

  • 5 Things You Can do

    ............only in Sweet Grass County
    1.  Admire the strength and power of water at Natural Bridge Falls and Picnic Area
    2.  Explore the Crazy Mountains by visiting Half Moon Park where the Big Timber Falls (aka Half-moon Falls) are an easy 1/2 mile walk from the campground and pristine Blue Lake is only 5 1/2 miles farther up the trail. 
    3.  Shop the wonderful boutiques, galleries, clothing, quilting, and hardware stores in downtown Big Timber.
    4.  Learn about wildlife by checking out a town full of furry residents at Prairie Dog State Park or taking a stroll with a biologist who will explain the life cycle of Yellowstone Cutthroat trout at the Yellowstone River Trout Hatchery.  
    5.  Catch a trout in either of Sweet Grass County’s Blue Ribbon Rivers, The Yellowstone River or The Boulder River, or one of the many streams flowing into these rivers.