APOC World Gun Range and Techno Hunt

At APOC World we offer an indoor shooting range for pistol and rifle, archery pro shop, techno hunt and firearm instruction.

Located at 1618 Montana Drive
Anaconda, MT  59711



With a wide variety of trails for the hardcore mountain biker, hundreds of miles of road over picturesque passes, and easy scenic rides through town there’s something for every cyclist to enjoy.


Twin Lakes Road
George Town Lake
Washoe Park Trails

Boating & Lake Activites

Georgetown lake is the hot spot. Hit the chop during the day for fun in the sun or the glassy evening waters for a relaxing cruise. 7 public boat launches.


Georgetown Lake

Canoeing & Kayaking

Slide into the peaceful waters of Echo Lake in a canoe or hit the swift water of Rock Creek or the Big Hole River with a kayak.


Georgetown Lake
Echo Lake
Rock Creek
Flint Creek
Big Hole River

Copper Village Museum & Arts Center

Housed in the former Anaconda City Hall, built in 1896, the complex includes a historical museum, archives, and art center, along with a retail shop and the local historical society. Contact us. 

Copper Village Museum and Arts Center is home for Art in Park. This is their main fundraiser for the year that happens every July.



Year round blue ribbon catches await in more spots than you can count on you and your fishing buddy’s fingers and toes. Kokanie Salmon on Georgetown Lake, big Browns and Rainbows on the Big Hole River, and more.


Georgetown Lake
Echo Lake
Silver Lake
Rock Creek
Flint Creek
Big Hole River

Four Wheeling

Ready to ride? Any motor sport enthusiast will love the area’s trails, views, and destinations. Beginner and family trails, to expert terrain.


Georgetown Lake

Rent an ATV from Pintler Adventures.


Hit the links at one of 3 golf courses that are diverse in difficulty and price. The city is home to Old Works; A Jack Nicklaus Signature Course. Ranked amongst the 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses in America by Golf Digest. Fairmont Hot Springs Resort challenges you to attempt the Mile High Mile Long 649 yard, par 5. And the Anaconda Country Club is must see, must play nine-hole course.


Old Works
Anaconda Country Club
Fairmont Hot Springs

Historic Bus Tour

See Anaconda

Our Historic Bus Tours take place Monday through Saturday from the Discover Anaconda Visitor Center. This 1936 touring bus will take you to see many of the historic attractions and buildings that exist in the community from the early smelting days that created Anaconda.

The tour runs from May 17th through mid-September. Ticket prices:  $10 per person, $4 per child.

Monday – 10am & 2pm
Tuesday – 10am & 2pm
Wednesday – 10am & 2pm
Thursday – 10am & 2pm
Friday – 10am & 2pm
Saturday – 10am only

The tour can be reserved for large groups and wedding parties by calling 406-563-2400.


Horseback Boarding

Saddle up and hit a variety of trails with destinations like pristine meadows and mountain lakes. The Anaconda Saddle club offers parking to visitors with valid immunization records. And a few local tips of course.


Anaconda Saddle Club

Lost Creek State Park

Spectacular grey limestone cliffs and pink and white granite formations rise 1,200 feet above the canyon’s narrow floor. Lost Creek Falls, in the northwest corner of the park, cascades over a 50-foot drop to provide one of the most scenic and popular spots in the park. Wildlife, especially mountain goats, vagrant shrews and bighorn sheep are frequently seen on the cliffs above. Camping, fishing, picnicking, bicycling and wildlife viewing is available. The park is 502 acres in size and is 6,211 feet in elevation.

Montana Zipline Adventures

Montana Zipline Adventures, nestled just outside of Anaconda along the Pintler Scenic Highway, is a high adventure completely unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.

You will be immersed in the unparalleled beauty of the panoramic Pintler Wilderness while soaring on the Montana’s longest zipline course. (by reservation only) Visit our Website

  • 9300 Feet of Zipline
  • 7 Exhilarating Courses
  • 3+ hours of Fun!
  • Ages 7 and up

Please review the restrictions and policies online before booking.  Dress for adventure. Arrive 30 minutes before the scheduled tour time. Meet your Check-in Guide at the guest parking lot. Visit our Facebook page.


The wonder of Montana is endless. And the best way to enjoy it is with a picnic basket in out in the woods or on a park bench in the beautiful Washoe Park.


Washoe Park
Georgetown Lake
Echo Lake

Pintler Adventures

Rentals for Every Season

Pintler Adventures is a first-class rental provider offering Snowmobiles, Side by Sides (UTV’s), ATV’s, RV’s, and Paddleboard, serving Southwest Montana. If you’re looking for adventure, we’re the ones to call. Our wonderful neighbors and stunning scenery make recommendations easy in rounding out your trip. The great outdoors are right here in our backyard in Anaconda, Montana. With decades of knowledge, our team is sure to help point you toward a memorable and enjoyable adventure.

Visit our Pintler Adventures Website for Rental Information.

Rock Hounding

Rockhounding is a permitted recreational activity on public land administered by the Bureau of Land Management. The usual rock hound materials, including agates and stones, may be collected in reasonable quantities for hobby use. Petrified wood collection on BLM lands is limited to 25 pounds plus one piece per day to a maximum of 250 pounds per year.


Crystal Park

Skateboarding, BMX, Roller Skating

Drop in to the Snake Pit Skate Park’s large Dreamland designed bowl with plenty of room to pick lines and multiple hips to pick out of the shallower end. A street section is also part of the park.


Snake Pit Skate Park


Multiple courses are well groomed for both Nordic and Traditional XC Skiing and one of Montana’s best family ski destinations is less than 30 minutes from Anaconda.


Discovery Ski Area

Mt Haggin Ski Trails
Echo Lake Ski Trails

Smoke Stack State Park

The old Anaconda Copper Company smelter stack, completed in 1919, is one of the tallest free-standing brick structures in the world at 585 feet. The inside diameter is 75 feet at bottom, tapering to 60 feet at the top. In comparison, the Washington Monument is 555 feet tall.

The stack dominates the landscape like the Company once dominated the area’s economic life. Since the smelter closed in 1980, the stack has become a symbol of the challenges that face communities dependent on finite resources.

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the stack may be viewed and photographed only from a distance. Interpretive signs that detail its history are located in the viewing site near Goodman Park.

Access is limited to the viewing/interpretive area only and is free. There is no visitor center or staff at this location.

Snow Mobiling

With thousands of acres of powder and 120 miles of groomed trails you’re sure to enjoy making Anaconda the base camp for winter motor sports. Trails are groomed by the Anaconda Snowmobile Club.


Cable Campground
Warm Springs Campground
Silver Lake

Rent a snowmobile from Pintler Adventures.


The world around is transformed as snow blankets Anaconda and the surrounding area. Strap up the snowshoes and explore summer favorites with a twist.


Georgetown Lake
Pintler Access
Storm Lake/goat Flats
Lost Creek Falls

Need a guide and snowshoe rental? Contact Pintler Adventures.


Stoplight Art Gallery

Stoplight Art Gallery is located adjacent to Smelter City Brewing in Anaconda, MT, at 103 South Main Street. You can enter from the street or through the brewery.

Open from 11am to 8pm every day. Visit Stoplight Art Gallery and see works by local as well as national artists in several medias.

Visit our Facebook page for the latest show.


Washoe Park Pool closed because of COVID-19

It’s a dip in peaceful Echo Lake and a tube ride down Warm Springs Creek in Washoe Park. A cannon ball into the Washoe Park outdoor pool and a thrilling ride down a 350 foot enclosed water slide (Fairmont Hot Springs). Make a splash!


Georgetown Lake
Echo Lake
Washoe Park Pool
Fairmont Hot Springs


Grab some sun and work on that serve. Washoe Park has 4 courts to settle that rivalry you’ve been waiting to tame.


Washoe Park
Fairmont Hot Springs

Washoe Park

Washoe Park is a beautiful park with Warm Springs Creek running through. Many playgrounds and a baseball field are located in the park along with a fish hatchery.


Washoe Park
Fish Hatchery
Play Grounds

Washoe Park Trout Hatchery

A Great Place to Visit

The Washoe Park Trout Hatchery visitor center consists of a display pond of trout, interpretive center, and a live stream aquarium. The hatchery grounds are open during daylight. This Hatchery maintains the state’s only native westslope cutthroat broodstock.

The Trout Hatchery’s Mission

The Washoe Park Trout Hatchery in Anaconda was the first state-run hatchery built in Montana. The hatchery is located at the east end of the historic Washoe Park. The hatchery was built in 1907 with the help of local industries. The manager of the Washoe Smelter at the time was a Fish and Game Commissioner. He obtained support from the legislature for funding the construction of the facility. The Butte, Anaconda and Pacific Railroad granted the four acres for the hatchery site and water rights were donated by the Anaconda Copper Mining Company. Over the years, the hatchery has raised many species of salmonids including Arctic grayling, westslope cutthroat trout, rainbow trout, brook trout, golden trout, lake trout and brown trout. Currently, the hatchery manages the state’s only westslope cutthroat broodstock. The founding population of today’s broodstock was taken from tributaries of Hungry Horse Reservoir and the lower Clark Fork drainage in 1984 and 1985. The hatchery produces over one million eggs per year. About 200,000 of these eggs are kept at the facility for future brood and production fish that will be planted in lakes across Montana to support recreational sport fishing. Eggs and fish from Washoe Park Trout Hatchery are also used for restoration stocking as part of Montana’s westslope cutthroat trout conservation program


Washoe Theater

This extravagant movie palace was built in 1936 with Art Deco furnishings, murals, and ornamentation in silver, copper and gold leaf. The Washoe, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Sites in 1982, was designed by architect B. Marcus Priteca an esteemed theater architect whose credits include Pantages Theaters in California, the Seattle Coliseum, and Orpheum, Palomar and Paramount theaters in Seattle. Interior decoration in the Art Deco style was supervised by Nat Smythe of Los Angeles, who with the help of Colville Smythe, completed the interior murals. The Smithsonian Institute has ranked it fifth in the nation for its architectural value.

The Washoe was built at a time when motion pictures were at a peak. Several large and elaborate Art Deco movie palaces were built around the country, most of which have been destroyed. Thus the Washoe is one of the few remaining theaters of its kind in the country. Pre-dating the Washoe on this site was the Margaret Theater, named for Mrs. Marcus Daly in 1897. The Margaret was sold in 1926 and reopened in 1927 as the Sundial Theater. The Sundial was destroyed by fire in 1929. Not soon after, the Washoe Amusement Company formed to lobby local citizens for the reconstruction of the theater on the site, and the Washoe soon came into being. It cost $200,000 to build. Check us out on FACEBOOK

Nightly 1st Show 7:00 pm
Sunday ONLY 1st Show 5:00 pm

2nd Show when booked
Friday & Saturday approx. 9:00 pm
Sunday only approx. 7:00 pm

Friday & Saturday
$5 Adults, 3D $7
$4 Children 3D $6 11 years & under
Sunday thru Thursday
$4 per person, 3D $6 per person

Call 563-6161 to hear the “Washoe Theatre Entertainment Announcement”



Spotting a big bull elk, a black bear, or heard of deer in Montana might happen every 5 minutes. When there’s no such luck, a few locations in the area are popular to view Bighorn Sheep and a variety of birds.


Warm Spring Wildlife Mgmt Area


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