Step into Elk Country at the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation's Elk Country Visitor Center. The Visitor Center is more than just a museum; it’s an experience that reveals the beauty, diversity and importance of elk country across North America.
We are open year-round and admission is FREE!
Discover Elk Country
Fun and interactive, our exhibits invite you to learn more about elk, elk country and the role the RMEF plays in conservation. Discover the diverse wildlife that calls elk country home, explore the role we all play in conserving habitat, and connect with the rich heritage that makes the outdoors so important to so many of us. Along the way, you'll hear elk bugle, test your knowledge of wildlife, identify animal tracks, feel the weight of an elk antler, and enjoy wildlife conservation films. Other highlights include an impressive display of trophy elk mounts and our gift shop featuring Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation clothing and merchandise, wildlife art, calendars, and more.
Outdoor Walking Trail
Those wanting to stretch their legs will enjoy the beautiful, wooded nature trail that winds its way around the 22-acre RMEF property. Watch for the white-tailed deer, turkeys, bald eagles, owls, trout and other wildlife that frequent the property.
Sign up for a tour now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 1-866-266-7750. Please include a date, time, age of group, anticipated number of people and contact information when requesting a tour. Tours are given 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday – Friday.
FREE RMEF Kids Events
Live near RMEF headquarters in Missoula, Montana or traveling through? Want to learn more about the outdoors? Check out our monthly fun, free youth seminars. All events are from 11am to 1pm and held in the RMEF Visitor Center.
November 16, 2019
How to Find Us
The Elk Country Visitor Center is located at the RMEF’s headquarters at 5705 Grant Creek Road in Missoula, Montana.
From Coeur d' Alene (West) I-90 – take Exit 101 and turn left on Reserve Street. Continue north 2 blocks and turn left at the bronze elk.
From Butte (East) I-90 – take Exit 101 and turn right onto Reserve Street. Continue north 2 blocks and turn left at the bronze elk.