Home to Montana’s state prison, Deer Lodge is one of Montana’s oldest towns. Now unused, the Old Territorial Prison with its four-tiered cell block, gothic facade and huge prison yard, remains a favorite location. Deer Lodge also houses one of the largest antique auto museums in the state. Remnants of old mining camps can still be visited a few miles from town. The original Grant-Kohrs Ranch, one of the 19th century’s biggest range ranches, still exists as a National Historic Site and a working ranch.
Features: Diggstown, The Last Ride, Love Comes to the Executioner, The Other Side of Hell, The Real Thing, Runaway Train
Television: Fast Walking, History Channel
Bert Mooney Airport (Butte)
Newspaper: Silver State Post
Bureau of Land Management, Butte Field Office: 406.533.7600
Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest: 406.683.3900
MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks, Region 3, Butte Area Resource Office:
Deer Lodge Fire Department: 406.846.2711
Highway Patrol, District 3: 406.494.3233
Deer Lodge Police: 406.846.1650
Powell County Sheriff: 406.846.2711
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