Make It A Vacation!

Great Falls Water Falls

Riding

The riding for the 2010 NOHVCC conference pre-ride will take place on the Bull Run Guest Ranch. The ranch is a 13,000 acre private ranch that boasts over 100 miles of OHV trails which consist of single-track trails, dual track trails, and ranch roads. The ranch boarders the Missouri River and has grassy pastures, foothills, open rocky ridges, timbered ridges trails and valleys, stream crossings, and lots of rocks. There is awesome riding here for everyone, no matter what your skill level is.


 

More than just riding

You can turn this conference into a vacation with your family. Montana, and the Great Falls area, has some great opportunities for every member of your family.

There are four (originally five) separate waterfalls on the Missouri River for which the city of Great Falls is named. Great Falls is within 2½ hours of Glacier National Park, 4 hours of Yellowstone National Park, and 2½ hours of Lewis and Clark Caverns. Below are some links to help you make the most of your vacation.

  • Great Falls Visitor Information Center
  • City of Great Falls Information
  • Great Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau
  • Bull Run Guest Ranch. Don't forget to go horseback riding on the ranch.
  • CM Russell Museum
  • Rivers Edge Trail
  • Giants Springs State Park and Fish Hatchery
  • Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center
  • Electric City Water Park
  • 2 Public Golf Courses
  • Blue Ribbon Trout Fishing on the Missouri River outfitter list
  • First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park
  • Great Falls of the Missouri - Wikepedia information
  • Riverside Railyard Skate Park - largest in the Northwest (no bikes)
  • Cascade County Historical Society Museum
  • Great Falls Trolley Tour
  • Glacier National Park
  • Lewis and Clark Caverns
  • Yellowstone National Park
  • See, we weren't kidding about the number of things to do.