Getting Here

Located less than an hour away from many of the surrounding areas, Sidney has great small-town feel without compromising on amenities. Use us as a jumping off point to experience local attractions, surrounding towns, and great recreational activities.

 

HOW TO GET HERE….

 

Car

By Car:

FROM WILLISTON, ND (1 HR 3 MIN/45.3 MI):
Take US-2 W to ND-1804 W in Judson (18 min/7.5 mi) Follow ND-1804 W/ND-58 S to ND-200 W in Yellowstone (32 min/25.6 mi) (Here’s a great time to stop at Fort Buford or Fort Union to stretch your legs!) Drive to MT-200 W/ State Hwy 200 in Sidney (16 min/12.1 miFROM CULBERTSON, MT (38 MIN/37 MI): Head South on MT-16 S/1st St W

From Glendive, MT (55 min/53.2 mi):
Take MT-16 North (Stop 17 miles in on Intake Rd to take in the Diversion Dam on your way!) 

FROM LAMBERT, MT (27 MIN/24.4 MI):
Take MT-200 East

From Watford City, ND (1 hr/54.9 mi):
Take CanAm Hwy/ND-68 W (Experience the Little Missouri National Grassland during your journey!)

Bus

By Bus:

JEFFERSON LINESGREYHOUND
Bus service is available to Glendive. Take our Sidney Shuttle (406-433-3636) or Glendive’s Glendive Cab & Delivery Service (406-939-4494) to or from the Glendive Bus Depot.

Plane

By Plane:

CAPE AIR
Take a Cessna plane from Billings to Sidney on one of five daily round-trip flights, just $49 each way. Enjoy an aerial view of some of the best scenes in Eastern Montana, and experience an insider’s view on piloting an aircraft. The Billings Logan National Airport contracts with airlines including Allegiant,  Alaska, American Airlines, Cape Air, Delta, and United, ensuring you can reach whatever destination you desire. 

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Train

By Train:

AMTRAK
The Amtrak Empire Builder can drop you off at either Wolf Point, MT or Williston, ND. Click Here for a pdf of cities and routes Amtrak offers. Experience the rugged splendor of the American West along major portions of the Lewis and Clark trail during your journey.