Great Falls at a Glance

Population: 58,505

Days of Sunshine: 185

Average High Temp
    Summer: in the low 80s
    Winter: in the mid 30s

Median Age: 39

Median HH Income: $45,138

COL Index: 87.8 (US Avg. = 100)

Median Gross Rent: $710

Median Home Price: $186,600

Property Taxes: 1.0%

Transportation: Serviced by the Great Falls International Airport, Greyhound Bus Lines, and offers regular city bus service in town

Great Falls, Montana is located in the north central part of Big Sky Country. The city boasts a vital, diverse economy and active community, and is host to a growing industrial segment in support of the booming Bakken oil economy, a strong agricultural economy and a vibrant medical community that services a wide geographic region.

Great Falls delivers just the right mix of family friendly and hip and trendy. Our safe and open lifestyle is a wonderful place to raise children. And, the abundance of community events, restaurants and nightlife keep it interesting all year long.

The area offers some of the best skiing, fishing, hunting, and outdoor recreation activity in the world. Enjoy blue-ribbon trout fishing on the Missouri River, which flows right through town. Get lost (figuratively) in the Bob Marshall Wilderness or spend the day enjoying Glacier National Park or Yellowstone, each within a day’s drive.

Closer to home you can enjoy more than 40 miles of the River’s Edge Trail, take in our world class art museums, travel back in time at our National Historic Trail Interpretive Center to when Lewis and Clark explored Great Falls, or get out and play at one of our many area parks.

There is something for everyone to enjoy in Great Falls, Montana!