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Trout Creek, Montana Information
Trout Creek, Montana is situated in the Clark Fork River Valley approximately 115 miles NW of Missoula, and 65 miles East of Sandpoint, Idaho. With it's friendly people and small town charm, Trout Creek is an oasis of Montana hospitality. The surrounding scenery is fantastic and attracts browsing wildlife, while the rushing mountain streams and sparkling blue alpine lakes are purely exhilarating. Trout Creek is surrounded by millions of acres of Montana National Forest providing endless recreation opportunities for camping, wild life viewing, berry & mushroom picking, and much more! The Clark Fork River, a tributary of the Columbia runs the length of the Valley in Sanders County. The sparkling waters of the Clark Fork River are full of trout and bass, and the river is great for water sports with three reservoirs open to the public. The county encompasses the cabinet Mountain Wilderness, as well as three national forests. Within close proximity are Glacier National Park, the Ross Creek Giant Cedars, Grave's Creek Falls, Lake Pend Oreille, and many more 'outdoor enthusiasts' attractions. This quiet portion of Montana with its lush green Valleys, rugged mountains, lakes and clear rushing streams, offer a lifestyle of tranquility away from the centers of large industry, congestion, and pollution.
Trout Creek offers many of the services of a large center with a nice selection of businesses and unique shops. Known as the Huckleberry Capital of the world, Trout Creek is home to the Huckleberry Thicket, a family owned business/restaurant that serves great food and sells just about any huckleberry product you can imagine. Another popular stop, The 'Naughty' Pine bar/restaurant, has the best fried halibut around, as well as a large selection of additional scrumptious menu items. A variety of other small town businesses make Trout Creek their home, including 2 motels, 5 restaurants, 2 gas stations, 2 convenience/grocery stores, and more! Just 15-20 away in Thompson Falls, you also have access to Harvest Foods for those bigger grocery shopping trips.
WEATHER FACTS & FIGURES
On average, the warmest month is July. The highest recorded temperature was 107°F in 1961. The average coolest month is January.
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