Home of the Sugarbeeters

Small Town Charm, Big City Ambience

Chinook, Montana
Chinook Sugarbeeters
June 10th • Chinook Golf Course Fundraiser Dinner – Eagles Bar – 6 pm.
Business After Hours Will be Loaves and Fishes the First Thursday of August 2017.
Our Business After Hours Event is looking for Hosts for 2017, please contact Jennifer at (406) 945-7978 for more information.
June 13th • Summer Story time – Blaine County Library 10:30-11 am (Every Tuesday)
June 15th • Blaine County Fair Board Meeting – 7 P.M. at the fairgrounds
June 17th & 18th • Chinook Swim Meet
June 23rd & 24th • Blaine County Cruise
Heather DePriest with Montana Grafix will be teaching a Social Media Workshop, August 15th at 6pm at the Chamber office on Main Street.

About Chinook

IMG_0515eChinook is the seat of Blaine County and is the largest city in the county, with a population of approximately 1500 residents. Chinook is located in North-Central Montana in the heart of the Milk River valley. Farming and ranching are the two major industries within the county.

good treesU.S. Highway 2, a major East-West route, passes directly through Chinook. Tourists and cross-country cyclists utilize Highway 2 as a popular scenic route on their travels to and from Glacier National Park.Chinook is a well kept town with four community parks established for the convenience and enjoyment of both residents and visitors. Lifestyles are basically simple; people are pleasant, friendly, and caring. Our community reflects a safe environment where children can freely enjoy growing up in a quickly changing

Because of Chinook's relatively close proximity to Havre, the town has avoided the fate that other Hi-Line towns have suffered. Even though the agricultural businesses around Chinook have consolidated and led to less people in the agricultural industry, the town itself has managed to retain both people and its businesses due to an influx of people who live in Chinook, but work in Havre.