Cultural Center "The People's Center"
For thousands of years the Salish, Pend d'Oreille and the Kootenai have inhabited lands that eventually became western Montana and the surrounding region. The People's Center tells the story of these tribes through a museum, an exhibit gallery, educational programs and a quality gift shop.
Flathead Lake State Parks
Flathead is the largest freshwater lake in the West. Points of interest on the lake include Wild Horse Island and five other scenic state units on the reservation: Finley Point, Yellow Bay, Big Arm, Wayfarers and West Shore. Except for Wild Horse Island, all units offer camping, fishing, boating and swimming.
The National Bison Range/Pablo National Wildlife Refuge
Approximately 500 readily visible bison roam nearly 20,000 acres of natural grassland. Visitors are also likely to see elk, bighorn sheep, antelope and deer on self-guided auto tours, year-round.
Ninepipe National Wildlife Refuge and State Wildlife Management Area
This area is one of Montana's designated Wildlife Viewing sites. It is an exceptional wetland complex, prime for birdwatching year-round.
St. Ignatius Mission
Established in 1854, the mission was built by Native Americans under the direction of Catholic missionaries. There are 58 original murals by Brother Joseph Carignano on its walls and ceiling. The Mission Range of mountains provides a striking backdrop for the mission.
Salish Kootenai College
Tours of campus are available. The college offers two- and four-year degrees. A nine-hole executive golf course, Silver Fox, is part of the campus.