Montana has a wide variety of information for visitors to the state. The state tourism board is known as the Montana Office of Tourism. The web site is www.visitmt.com, and their call center is 800-VISITMT. This is a great place to start looking for information about the state, as well as maps, lodging directories, calendars of events, etc. They also run a user-generated travel-planning site called Get Lost (in Montana) at GetLostMT.com.

In addition, the state is divided into six tourism regions who can provide more specific information about their respective areas.

Glacier Country   glacier.visitmt.com 800-338-5072  Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake, Big Mountain Ski Area, Bitterroot Valley; Polson, Kalispell, Whitefish, Bigfork, Missoula
Russell Country   russell.visitmt.com 800-527-5348 Lewis & Clark Sites, Missouri River, Hiking, Fishing, Skiing, Hunting, Dinosaur Digs, Charlie Russell MuseumGreat Falls, Havre, Lewistown, Fort Benton
Missouri River Country  missouririver.visitmt.com  800-653-1319  Hunting, Fishing, Dinosaur Digs, Missouri River, Lewis & Clark Sites, Fort Peck Reservoir; Glasgow, Wolf Point, Sidney 
Custer Country  custer.visitmt.com  800-346-1876  Little Bighorn Battlefield, Pompey's Pillar, Lewis & Clark Sites, Bighorn Canyon NRA, Dinosaur Digs; Billings, Forsyth, Glendive, Miles City
Yellowstone Country  www.yellowstonecountry.net  406-556-8680  Yellowstone National Park, Red Lodge, Bridger Bowl, Big Sky & Moonlight Basin Ski Areas,   Hiking, Fishing, Rafting, Wildlife, Beartooth Highway; Bozeman, Livingston, West Yellowstone, Big Sky, Gardiner, Red Lodge
Gold West Country  goldwest.visitmt.com  800-879-1159 Virginia & Nevada Cities, Bannack State ParkLewis & Clark Caverns,   Hiking, Fishing, Wildlife; Butte, Dillon, Helena, Ennis