Forsyth, the City of Trees, is located in a valley along the banks of the Yellowstone River. The community of about 1900 residents is diverse in job opportunities, activities, services, and attractions. Economic benefits come from tourism, agriculture, railroad, coal mining, and various small businesses.
Supports Family Values, Fulfills Economic, Educational, and Social Needs, and Provides a "HOMETOWN" quality of life.
The Forsyth area is rich in attractions and recreational opportunities, especially if you love the outdoors. Activities include hunting, golfing, fishing, camping, boating, agate hunting, hiking and walking trails, and swimming. Other attractions include museum, historic building walking tour, full building wall murals, rubber duck race on the river, County Fair, Shakespeare in the Parks, Matthew Quigley Buffalo Rifle Match, and 4th of July fireworks.
~~Trail to the Little Bighorn
Take this drive to discover history of the Battle of Little Big Horn.
Trail to the Little Bighorn maps are available at local businesses in Forsyth and Rosebud, as well as at Visitor Information Centers in Wibaux, Hardin, Broadus and Billings. See http://southeastmontana.com/maps for a downloadable version lf the map.
Enjoy our swimming pool!
Duck Days and Car Show provides plenty of fun for everyone. See attachment and review Independent Press for details. Buy your lucky rubber duck at local businesses for the river duck race.