These are some of the aspects that we have come to treasure in Stevensville:
A community farmer’s market is held each Saturday downtown. In 2010 a daily market also opened up, located in the 600 block of Main Street by the old mill.
The businesses stay open late the first Friday of each month. Come out to check out the businesses, which often hold sales or offer refreshments. Special activities depending on the month might include wagon rides in horse-drawn carriages, the scarecrow contest, and the Christmas Parade of Lights.
The path begins at the Stevensville Forest Service Office at the north end of town. Ride or bike to the river, or continue to Hwy 93. There is a tunnel just south of Super One Foods to get to the other side of the highway. The path goes north to Lolo. As construction of the highway to the south is completed, the path will also continue that direction.
Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge
Located off the Eastside Hwy, just north of Stevensville, this refuge provides a great opportunity to see deer, fowl, and other wildlife. There are multiple trails available, some handicap accessible, from the parking area. Click here to learn more.
This fun establish is located downtown and is open to all. They brew a multitude of microbrews. Don’t forget to try the Root Beer! Live music most Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Click here to learn more.
Parks & Pool
The Lewis & Clark Park, located at the end of West 2nd Street, has a full playground, basketball court, and outdoor pool. A playground is also available for public use at the school.
And last but certainly not least, the Bitterroot River
The bridge at the river provides easy access into and out of the river for boaters, fisherman, and swimmers. This is quite the busy spot as soon as the weather starts to warm up!