THE MISSION OF THE EUREKA AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IS TO
SUPPORT ITS MEMBERSHIP THROUGH BUSINESS PROMOTIONS, NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES, EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS, VISITOR INFORMATION SERVICES, AND COMMUNITY EVENTS THAT REFLECT OUR UNIQUE NORTHWEST MONTANA CULTURE.
Welcome to Eureka, Montana and surrounding Tobacco Valley communities!
Eureka is located within the Tobacco Valley in Lincoln County, in the northwestern part of Montana. The Tobacco Valley is situated in a beautiful natural setting, surrounded by forests, lakes, and mountains. It is located near the Canadian border. The Tobacco Valley is home to several popular recreational areas, including Lake Koocanusa and Kootenai National Forest.
The town of Eureka has a rich history that dates back to the late 1800s, when it was founded as a logging town. Today, Eureka is a thriving community that offers a range of amenities and services to residents and visitors. Some of the town's notable attractions include:
Rendezvous Days: Held the last weekend in April, boasts events that include black powder shoot, parade, Village Vendors, mud bogs, music and much more!
Eureka Farmers' Market: This weekly market offers fresh produce, baked goods, and crafts from local vendors from May to September.
Lake Koocanusa: Offers year round recreational opportunities.
The Bull Thing: One of Montana's premier bull riding events, held in conjunction with the Lincoln County Fair in August.
The Tobacco Valley offers a unique blend of history, natural beauty, and recreational opportunities that make it a popular destination for visitors and a great place to call home for residents.
For more information on Eureka and surrounding areas visit the About page.
Indian Springs Ranch
Golf & Accommodations
This resort community offers a myriad of attractions set in the stunning Tobacco Valley. Spread across hundreds of acres at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Indian Springs offers spectacular real estate opportunities, a premier 18 hole golf course, nightly rental accommodations, and a nightly RV resort. One of the great benefits of the community are the beautiful walking trails out your front door to immerse yourself in the wild Montana mountains. Click the logo above to learn more about Indian Springs Ranch!
Your Hometown Grocer
Established over 100 years ago this family owned and operated grocery store has been serving the residents of the Tobacco Valley with quality products and amazing service. Their meat department features fresh meat that is hand cut and trimmed in store to consistently ensure the highest quality and taste. It may not be a great big store, but it is a great little store! Click the logo above to be taken to their website where you can view their weekly ad and order your groceries for delivery.
Tobacco Valley Board of History
The Tobacco Valley Board of History is a not-for-profit, volunteer organization, dedicated to preserving our community's history and heritage. Our mission is to encourage and act on the publication of historic works, restore and preserve historic buildings, artifacts and monuments in our possession, and retain a living link with the past cultural through interpretation, display and programs at the Historical Village. Click the image above to be taken to their website to learn more!