The National Bison Range is an 18,766 acre wildlife refuge located in the Mission Valley of Northwest Montana. It provides a safe habitat for a large bison herd and a variety of other wildlife.
The refuge includes a visitor center that provide information about the refuge's history and the wildlife that inhabits the area. While the visitor center is open from May through October, the refuge is open year round during daylight hours, weather permitting.
Typically, you explore the National Bison Range by car. You can only leave your car at areas designated for hiking or fishing. A number of these areas are in the refuge, so you won't really be confined to your car.
The National Bison Range provides excellent opportunities for wildlife photography, hiking, fishing, and simply enjoying scenic drives.