Havre, a rural agricultural city, is situated close to the Canadian border amidst the wide panorama of the north-central plains. Also a railroad town, it offers modern city conveniences in a remote setting, surrounded by unaltered and uncluttered plains. Fort Assinniboine, a late-19th-century army installation, complete with preserved buildings, lies six miles southwest near the Milk River. In the Bears Raw Mountains to the south is Beaver Creek Park. This 10,000-acre park, one of the largest county parks in the United States, features rolling grasslands, wooded groves, rocky cliffs and rushing streams. The Rocky Boy’s and Fort Belknap Indian reservations are nearby.
Television: Amtrak Ride (Japanese TV), John Denver Christmas Special, NBC Today Show
Commercials: Ameritech, Anti-Smoking PSA
Still Shoots: U.S. Census Bureau Documentaries: Nez Perce Indian Trail
Newspaper: Havre Daily News
Bureau of Land Management, Havre Field Office: 406.262.2820
MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks, Region 6, Havre Area Resource Office:
Havre Fire Department: 406.265.6511
MT Highway Patrol, District 8: 406.265.6420
Havre Police: 406.265.4361
Hill County Sheriff: 406.265.2512
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