Amenities/Local Businesses and Local Attractions


    The Mint
    (406) 378-2679

    Sit Down or To-Go, Mon-Sat 11am to 9pm, Sun 9:30 to 8pm

    (406) 378-2293

    Sit Down or To-Go, Tues-Sat 4 pm to 9 pm

    ◊4U Bar
    (406) 378-2626

    To Go, Open after 2pm

    Senior Center
    (406) 378-2405

    $6.00 Meals - Call by 10:30

    Ma's Loma Cafe
    (located in Loma, MT 27 miles south of Big Sandy)

    Sit Down or To-Go, Thurs-Monday 7 am to 9 pm


    Church of God
    (406) 378-2533
    United Methodist Church
    (406) 378-2281
    St. Margaret Mary's Catholic Church
    (406) 378-2369
    Christ Lutheran Church
    (406) 378-2411
    Grace Lutheran Church


    The Motel

    (406) 378-2389

    RV Park

    (406) 788-2534

    Area Businesses

    • Big Sandy Pharmacy (also gift shop, UPS drop off, photo kiosk, Traeger supplies)
    • The Grocery Store
    • Ezzies (Fuel, Tires, Propane)
    • First Bank of Montana
    • Napa Auto Parts
    • Big Sandy Organics
    • Tom Sheehy Attorney
    • Hair I am
    • Mountaineer Newspaper
    • Lift Fitness Crossfit Gym
    • Blushing Willow Salon
    • Central Machine and Ag Repair
    • Ophus Auction Co.
    • Agri Prairie Insurance

    Attractions within 100 miles of Big Sandy, MT

    • Bears Paw Mountains
    • Sheehy Park
    • Big Sandy Historical Society Museum
    • Bear Paw Ski Bowl
    • Citadel Rock
    • Lewis and Clark Camp
    • Beaver Creek Park
    • Museum of the Northern Great Plains
    • The Shep Memorial
    • Old Fort Benton
    • Earth Science Museum
    • Loma Bridge (fishing access site)
    • Lewis and Clark Decision Point
    • Blaine County Wildlife Museum
    • Havre Beneath the Streets
    • Coal Banks Landing Recreation Site
    • Fresno Reservoir
    • Vergille Ferry and Mercantile
    • ​Northern Winz Casino

    Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA):

    As a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, Big Sandy Medical Center conducts a CHNA every three years
    as required by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The CHNA includes defining the communities it services, gathering input from community members to assess the health needs of the communities and providing a written report of the findings to the Board of the organization and the community residents.

    Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP):

    Based on the findings of the CHNA and its available resources, Big Sandy Medical Center identifies
    specific needs it plans to address during the subsequent three years and steps for implementing the plan as
    approved by the Board of the organization.