Named in honor of a notable Flathead Indian Chief, Victor is nestled between the Bitterroot and Sapphire mountain ranges along the winding, blue-ribbon Bitterroot River, offering some of the most breathtaking, panoramic views in the Bitterroot Valley and access to the wild, scenic landscapes of the Bitterroot National Forest.
Downtown Victor boasts authentic Old-West allure with picture-perfect western buildings and architecture. The performing arts center can easily support production crews.
The Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge and a small airport (in Stevensville) are both just 15 minutes away. The Victor Heritage Museum, housed in the old railroad depot, has many relics and remnants of the past, including railroad memorabilia, mining information and American Indian exhibits.
Victor is 35 miles (45 minutes) south of the full-service town of Missoula and 12 miles (15 minutes) north of Hamilton, the hub of the Bitterroot Valley, which also provides abundant services.
Nearby Hamilton offers a large number and wide array of accommodations, including bed-and-breakfasts, hotels, motels, lodges, vacation homes and RV parks. Click here for options.
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