Things We Love

These are some of the aspects that we have come to treasure in Stevensville:

Stevensville School District
All grades are on a single campus, located on Park Street. Stevensville is well-known for its advanced academic classes. Click here to learn more.

Farmers Market
A community farmer’s market is held downtown each Saturday during the summer months.

First Friday
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.

Bike/Walk Path
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 and south to Hamilton.

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.

Stevensville Playhouse
This local theater offers the opportunity to both participate in and attend performances of shows, year round. Click here to learn more.

Micro Breweries
… The Blacksmith Brewery, a fun establishment, 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.
… The Wildwood Brewery, is located north off Hwy 93 just before the Stevensville turnoff. Known for its brews and atmosphere and oven-fired pizza!

Parks & Pool
The Lewis & Clark Park, located at the end of West 2nd Street, has a full playground, combination pickleball/basketball courts, softball courts, skate park, 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!

Annual Events

Stevensville is becoming a nice center of activity for community events, including:

  • Easter Egg Hunt
    Sponsored by the American Legion, this activity takes place at the Lewis & Clark Park.
  • 4th of July Pig-nic
    Join the celebration at the Lewis and Clark Park. Local musicians entertain the crowd. The BBQ is provided. Attendees bring a potluck dish to share. A great, truly traditional community get-together.
  • Creamery Days
    This annual tradition dates back to 1911 as a thank you to the Stevensville Community. Creamery Days takes place the first weekend of August.
  • Balloon Fest
    The Blacksmith Brewery hosts an annual hot air balloon festival the second Saturday of August at the Lewis & Clark Park.

To learn more about Stevensville or check out local events, visit their official site at