Chinook prides itself on being one of the most livable small-communities in Montana. Neighbors benefit from exceptional medical facilities, a vibrant business district, and a solid network of parks, community center, pool, library and Senior living services. The City of Chinook offers exciting recreational options for residents of all ages. You could swim in the city pool, play tennis, basketball or football, learn from adult-ed classes offered annually, enjoy a parade at a local event, listen to a concert at the High School or explore the local county fair. Whatever it is you crave, the City of Chinook has it all!
With a stable economy, safe streets and a diverse workforce, Chinook is poised for continued success in fostering new enterprise throughout the town. Increasingly, businesses are discovering new market opportunities whether it be agricultural or in the oil and gas industry. Chinook welcomes all new business.
Welcome to Chinook! The City of Chinook hosts visitors from across the country and around the globe. This small vibrant, thriving city is renowned for its cultural museum, Bear Paw Battlefield, wildlife museum, as well as its place at the very forefront of American history. In Chinook, businesses are willing to accommodate and entertain you as few other towns in Montana can. For more information on Chinook and its attractions, visit www.chinookmontana.com.