Custer Country is a region of Montana. It is in the southeast part of the state. The name comes from the Little Bighorn Battlefield, often called Custer's Last Stand.

Bighorn River Canyon


Map of Custer Country

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Get aroundEdit

As with most of Montana, travel by car is the primary way to get around. In this rural area there are very few additional options. The larger towns, such as Miles City, do have a taxi cab company.


The Battle of the Little Bighorn
  • 1 Custer Battlefield Museum (All of the locations associated with the Battle of the Little Bighorn, known as Custer's Last Stand), Garryowen, Montana, +1 406 638-1876. Hours: Summer 8AM to 7PM; 9AM to 5PM. Price:$5 adults, 12 and under free.




Stay safeEdit

During the winter, smaller secondary roads are often closed entirely, and even the Interstate can shut down rapidly when the weather turns poor. Verify weather conditions and road status here before setting out, and travel with emergency supplies. Unpaved roads are typically impassable for over half the year.

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