A Superior Lifestyle!
27 Reasons to Call Superior Home
Superior Montana is a small town in Northwestern Montana. It's small but has a lot to offer, including the Montana lifestyle.
1.) The People - with less than 1,000 residents, Superior has a small town hospitality that you just don't find in most communities.
2.) Healthcare - Superior boasts its own community hospital, clinic, mental health center, physical therapists, massage therapist, pharmacy, assisted living & dentists!
3.) Location - Located in beautiful Northwestern Montana in Mineral County, along Interstate 90, Superior is only 50 minutes from Missoula, 3 hours from Spokane, WA and 2.5 hours from Glacier National Park.
4.) Town Amenities - Superior has all the basic services with stores - grocery, antique, hardware, automotive, floral, gift and restaurants, beauty salons, banks, a movie theater, bars, hotels, mechanics, a gym, and more!
5.) Churches - with more than 9 active churches, there is something for almost everyone.
6.) Schools - The Superior School system provides education for Kindergarten - 12th grades and offers a wide variety of programs and extra-curricular activities.
7.) U.S. Forest Service - More than 82% of land in the county is federally owned, providing you with plenty of room to roam!
8.) Rivers & Streams - The Clark Fork River flows through downtown Superior and there are more than 80 miles of river and 650 miles of streams in the County, making for plenty of opportunities for fishing, boating & enjoying wildlife.
9.) Lakes - Mineral County boasts more than 45 pristine mountain lakes, perfect for a day of fishing or an excuse to get out hiking!
10.) Golf - Only 15 minutes from Trestle Creek Golf Course and 50 minutes from 8 golf courses in Missoula makes Superior a haven for avid golfers.
11.) Skiing - Bring your skis, downhill or cross country. Superior is only 45 minutes from Lookout Mountain and close to 4 other ski resorts.
12.) Hiking - Don't forget your hiking boots for the many walking and hiking trails this area has to offer. With more than 400 miles of trails to choose from, you'll never tire of the scenery.
13.) Fishing - With many varieties of fish including rainbow trout, cutthroat trout, northern pike, and experienced area fishing guides, you'll have many fish stories to tell!
14.) Senior Services - An active senior's center with meals, programs, activities and a bi-monthly bus to Missoula.
15.) For Businesses - The Mineral County Chamber of Commerce helps promote tourism in the county while providing networking opportunities for business owners.
16.) Community Groups - Join your favorite community group, we have many to choose from including 4-H, Lions Club, Masonic Organizations, Performing Arts Council, Hospital Guild & Hospital Foundation, Friends of the Library, Historic Society, Quilters Guild, Community Foundation, Political Groups, and more!
17.) Rich History & Museum - Once the location for major gold discoveries, Superior's history is colorful with boomtowns and miners. This history is documented in our local museum that offers tours and information.
18.) Fair & Rodeo - Superior hosts the annual Mineral County Fair and Rodeo in August. You'll be able to view the works of area craftsmen, quilters, 4H students while listening to live music and enjoying the food. The annual rodeo is a big attraction with bull riding, roping, saddle bronc riding, barrel racing and more!
19.) Library - Superior has a community library for all of your reading needs.
20.) Performing Arts - Superior offers many opportunities to enjoy the performing arts with a Performing Arts Council, concerts, plays, and Shakespeare in the Park.
21.) Car Show - The Annual Old School House Rock and Car Show draws a crowd every June with open class entries from Rod, Custom and Specialty cars.
22.) Snowmobiling & ATV's - Mineral County has more than 1,000 miles of off-highway roads for your snowmobiles, ATV's, or for your walking enjoyment.
23.) Abundant Wildlife - Deer, Elk, Black Bear, Moose, Bighorn Sheep, Eagles, Turkeys, Wolves and Coyotes are among the many birds and animals you will find near Superior.
24.) Hunting - Millions of miles of national forest and abundant wildlife make Superior and Mineral County a favorite destination for hunters.
25.) Bicycling - Bicycling is a favorite activity of many area residents, and a favorite place to go is the Hiawatha Bike trail, 45 minutes from Superior at Lookout Mountain.
26.) Whitewater Rafting - People travel from around the world to enjoy the area's rapids, the famous Alberton Gorge is also in Mineral County.
27.) Parks and Community Pool - Superior has several beautiful parks and a community pool - a favorite local hangout in the summer months.
For more information on Mineral County, Montana including the towns of Superior, St. Regis, Deborgia, Haugen, Saltese, Alberton, and Lozeau, visit www.mymineralcounty.com.