Ennis

Ennis Lake, Madison Valley
Dehmer, Kurt
Enticing Ennis Lake. Read more >>
Rainbow, Ennis
Dehmer, Kurty
Summer along the Madison. Read more >>
Photo by Michael Flaherty
Dehmer, Kurt
Springtime recreation in Madison County Read more >>
Photo by Gwen Morgan
England, Mike
Need a two-day getaway, but don’t want to blow wads of dough or spend hours on the road? Then pack a few things, shut off the cell phone, and head south to Ennis, where a laid-back and fun-filled weekend awaits—all within an hour’s drive of Bozeman. Read more >>
Madison River, Fly Fishing, Camping
Kurt Dehmer
Every adventure, even a spring “staycation,” needs a good base camp—and Ennis fits that bill quite nicely. Traditionally a rest stop for travelers between the Gallatin Valley and the gold fields of Alder and Last Chance gulches, Ennis was a place to rest, refuel, and resupply. Read more >>
Barnes, Alyssa
Hemingway once said, “Anyone can be a fisherman in May.” Fortunately for those of us in the Madison Valley, it’s pretty easy to be a fisherman the other 11 months of the year as well. Yes, even in January. All you need are a few simple tools, some warm clothes, and an open mind. Read more >>
Beaudoin, Kate
Finally! The tourist hatch has subsided and locals can breathe again. Fall’s the perfect time to head to Ennis for the weekend—there’s a plethora of possibilities in this corner of southwest Montana, and choosing a starting point can be overwhelming. Here’s a guide to help you out.  Read more >>
Keyes, Fletcher
The Bozeman area, renowned for hosting organized events for every sport and ability level, also provides for the true fitness masochist. Enter the Madison Trifecta: a marathon, duathlon, and triathlon, all rolled into one heart-pumping summer season. Read more >>
Dehmer, Kurt
Approximately 60 miles south by southwest of Bozeman, in the heart of the Madison Valley, lies the agreeable little town of Ennis. Originally a place of annual pilgrimage for the Shoshone, Flathead, and Bannack Indians, Ennis remains to this day a place frequented by seasonal visitors. Read more >>
Dehmer, Kurt
For many outdoorsfolk, autumn can be a conundrum. With the plethora of possibilities and opportunities in this blessed corner of the Treasure State, choosing a starting point can be overwhelming. For starters, head for the bridges and ridges of Madison County. Bridges Read more >>
England, Mike
Fishing may be all the recreational rage in Ennis, and for good reason; but there’s plenty of outdoor fun for the non-angler as well. Hiking Read more >>
Dehmer, Kurt
The days are long, the grass is green, and just like everyone else, you're probably trying to make time in your summer schedule for some actual fun. One of the best places in the state to find that elusive fun is Ennis and the surrounding area. Read more >>
Gravelly Mountains, Montana, Montana Wildflowers
Marjorie Smith
Gravelly Range wildlife tour. Read more >>
Ennis, Montana, Montana Sunset, Bozeman Road-Trip
Clemens, Annie
At the base of the majestic Madison Range, along a prime fly fishing section of the Madison River, lies a close-knit western community that’s interconnected the old-fashioned way—before modems. Here, drivers’ nods of acknowledgment function as the traffic lights on Main Street. Read more >>
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