Dillon Montana is a small south-western Montana community with an approximate population of 4,000.
Many of Dillon’s residents are farmers or ranchers. Dillon Montana was named after Sydney Dillon, a Union Pacific Railroad President in 1885. Dillon Montana is home to grizzly bears and black bears, whitetail and mule deer, pronghorn antelope, moose, elk, mountain lions, turkeys, eagles, swans and many more. Dillon Montana is also host to Western Montana College of the University of Montana.
Population: Approx. 4,000
Location: Southwestern Montana
Popular Events & Activities
Livingston Montana has a number of historical festivals that are fun for the whole family.
April – Student Art Exhibit WMC Dillon
May – Memorial Day Parade Dillon
June – Old West Gun Show
Dillon Fishing & Outdoors
The areas surrounding Dillon have an abundance of opportunities to hike, canoe, boating, lake fishing, river fly fishing to name a few.
Black Tail Deer Creek
Beaverhead Rocks State Park
Red Rock River
Clark Canyon Reservoir
Clarks Lookout State Park
Camping Around Dillon Montana
Armstead Campground Dillon
6590 A. High Bridge Road Dillon Montana 59725
Countryside RV in Dillon
30 Sawmill Road North Dillon Montana
735 W. Park Street Dillon Montana
Southside RV Park
104 E. Poindexter Dillon Montana
Roads to Dillon
Dillon Montana can be reached directly off of Interstate 15 from the north and south. Coming from the west, take 278 for a scenic drive through the Beaverhead Valley.n.
Dillon’s Closest Major Airport
Bert Mooney Airport located in nearby Butte, Montana an hour to the north.
Dillon Real Estate
Did you know?..Dillon has a large number of wintering elk.