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Eureka is in the far northwest corner of Montana, 8 miles south of the Canadian border on US Highway 93. Surrounded by the Kootenai National Forest, it is on the “backside” of Glacier National Park. Founded in the early 1880s, Eureka was one of the last areas to be developed in Montana in frontier times. Eureka was also once known as the “Christmas Tree Capital of the World.” With dozens of campgrounds and recreation in the area, Eureka has a place for you. It is hiking, horseback riding trails, biking, lakes for fishing, swimming, and boating. With a variety of groomed fields for golfing, Eureka is home to the elite #1 rated golf course in Montana, the Wilderness Club, a Nick Faldo signature course.

The Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail passes through Eureka, and just 45 minutes from town is Ten Lakes National Scenic Area. Eureka is truly a paradise for those who want to live in an area that is lively all year round.

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