The many sites and scenes of Glendive
Welcome to Glendive, Montana
Located on Interstate 94 midway between Fargo, ND and Yellowstone Park, Regina and the Black Hills, we take for granted friendly neighbors, pristine air, beautiful sunsets, great schools, a community college and excellent medical care.
The Yellowstone River, the nation's longest untamed river, starts in Yellowstone Park, 400 miles west of here and flows through the middle of Glendive. It's a source of recreation, agate hunting, fishing, and awe. Glendive is also the entrance for the largest state park Makoshika. Meaning, “Badlands” in Lakota the land is untamed and beautiful with endless hiking and boundless views.
Outdoor enthusiasts will thrill to the almost limitless possibilities around Glendive. The hunting and fishing rivals any found in the US, from world famous paddlefishing to deer or pheasant hunting the wildlife abounds and so does the possibilities.
Bell Street Bridge
The Bell Street Bridge is a historical bridge that is now a pedestrian and bicycle trail over the Yellowstone River. It is constructed of six steel and concrete spans, each 219 feet long, with 40 feet of approach on each end. The floor is 20 feet wide and offers 18 feet inside from curb to curb. The piers extend 30 feet below the surface of the river down through sandstone formations into shale. The beauty of the bridge can be seen whether one walks through it or takes a picture of it at sunset.
Local Area Attractions Include:
1301 Snyder Ave.
Glendive MT 59330