AmericInn Havre Montana Hotel and Lodging - Our Neighborhood

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    [406] 395.5000

AmericInn Lodge & Suites Havre

2520 Highway 2 West, Havre, MT  59501

Check In:

3:00 PM |

Check Out:

11:00 AM

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Attractions & Entertainment

Havre Beneath the Streets

Distance from hotel: 2 miles

The flourishing business community in Havre got its start in the community's early days. Many of the businesses were located in what we, today, might call an underground mall. We invite you to step back in time with us, as much as 100 years ago, into the Sporting Eagle Saloon, a turn-of-the-century honky-tonk where cowboys gambled, kicked up their heels and drank good old-fashioned frontier rot-gut. Join us as we saunter along the streets beneath Havre and see an opium den (one of three known to have existed in the early days), Chinese laundry, an ethnic restaurant, and of course, a bordello. See all of this and more and hear why the underground exists on the "Havre Beneath the Streets" historical tour.

120 3rd Avenue

Havre, Montana




Great Outdoors

Bear Paw Ski Bowl

Distance from hotel: 1.8 miles

Located 29 miles south of Havre on the Chippewa Cree Recreation Area the Bear Paw Ski Bowl offers a variety of terrain for advanced, intermediate, and beginner skiers. The top of the ski hill is just over 5,900 feet, with a base elevation at 5,000 feet. The Bear Paw Ski Bowl offers a unique opportunity for residents of the Hi-Line and others. From snowshoeing and snowmobiling, to cross-country skiing and downhill skiing, the Bear Paw Mountains have it all. With over 20 different runs and trails, Bear Paw is an affordable adventure for the entire family! (Ski rentals available at Master Sports: 301 1st Street, Havre / 406.265.4712)



Fort Assinniboine

Distance from hotel: 4.9 miles

Montana's grandest military post. The fort was the pioneer outpost of north central Montana, the frontier home of regiments of American infantry and cavalry, and the site of 1st Lt. John J. Pershing's (later General) early field assignment. Its surviving buildings stand today as a monument to our state's exciting past -- to the opening of the frontier. The fort was designed to house ten companies of infantry and cavalry. The troops were charged with monitoring the activities of the region's many Indian groups, patrolling Montana's border with Canada, stopping bootleggers and gunrunners and protecting the state's settlers. In its heyday, nearly 750 officers, enlisted men, and civilians called Assinniboine home.

3848 Fort Circle

Havre, Montana




Fresno Reservoir

Distance from hotel: 10.2 miles

Located 12 miles west of Havre, Fresno Reservoir is full of one and two pound walleye. Every year a number of seven to ten pound Walleye are caught as well as northern Pike in the 20 pound class. The turn-off west of Havre is well marked. You will discover one of the nicest boat ramps in the state. Fresno Reservoir, a 25 mile long body of water where you can camp, swim, boat & water-ski. Boats may also be launched at Kremlin Bay Boat Ramp. The new area developed below the dam is also equipped for handicapped fishing access. The Reservoir was originally developed for irrigation. The Milk River feeds Fresno from runoff from Glacier National Park.



Beaver Creek Park

Distance from hotel: 16.7 miles

Wahkpa Chu’gn is a prehistoric buffalo jump dating back to 2,000 years before present. Peoples of the Besant, Avonlea, and Old Women’s/Saddle Butte archaeological complexes are represented in the site area. These were the primary prehistoric occupants of the area and region for the last two millennia and this site is generally recognized as the best-known site regionally documenting those cultures over that period of time.