Located along the western slopes of the Blacktail Mountain range in southwest Montana, the Montana Center for Horsemanship sits at an elevation of 5,300’ in the quaint and historic yet lively town of Dillon. The Center itself is located just east of the Continental Divide, at the hub of four primary ecological systems supporting a wide variety of wildlife—including the Centennial Valley, home of the Red Rocks National Wildlife Refuge, and a portion of the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem. 

The Town of Dillon

With a population of about 5,000 residents, Dillon is a major agricultural center and within the heart of Montana’s largest ranching community.  It is also sometimes called "the horse capital of the Northwest."  Along with plentiful wildlife and dramatic scenery, there are endless opportunities for outdoor recreation that include fishing, hking, wildlife viewing, photography, horseback riding, mountain biking, boating and hunting.