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Glendive, is a small town in eastern Montana, with a population 4,935, which formed around the Yellowstone River. A part of the Lewis and Clark Trail and the Montana Dinosaur Trail, it is the smallest market in the US to have its own television station.

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Interstate 94 passes through Glendive. Billings is 222 miles west, and the North Dakota border is 35 miles east. State Highway 16 continues north to Sidney and U.S. Route 2.

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There are no taxi or bus services in Glendive.

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  • Frontier Gateway Museum, Belle Prairie Frontage Rd (off I-94, Exit 215), +1 406 377-8168. June-Aug 9-12AM and 1-5PM Mon-Sat 1-5PM Sun; May and Sept, 1-5PM daily. Free.
  • Makoshika State Park, 1301 Snyder Ave, +1 406 377-6256, . Open daily; Memorial Day - Labor Day 10AM to 6PM; Labor Day - Memorial Day 9AM to 5PM. Rugged badlands covering over 11,400 acres, campground and visitor center $5 per vehicle.
  • Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum, 139 State St (Take exit 215 from I-94), +1 406 377-3228. Memorial Day - Labor Day 10AM to 5PM Tues to Sat; Days and hours vary in fall and winter. Largest dinosaur and fossil museum in the United States to present its fossils in the context of a belief in the Biblical creation story.

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Routes through Glendive
BillingsMiles City  W   E  BeachDickinson
ReginaSidney  N   S  END



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