Cameron, Montana, USA, was named for its early settlers, the Cameron family. The first post office was established between 1890-93 in the home of Addison Bovey Cameron. He and his brother Josie had a store and the post office on the ground floor of the building and a dance hall on the upper floor. In 1919 the "Cameron" store was purchased by Frank Kirby who then moved it six miles down the road to take advantage of the tourists visiting the Yellowstone National Park area. This area is prime pasture land of rich hay extending to the foot of the Sphinx Mountain.
Web Sites and Links
C-B Cattle and Guest RanchA retreat for fly fishermen and horseback riders on the Indian Creek. Highlighting lodging, activities, and rates.
Papoose Creek LodgeLocated in upper Madison River Valley in Western Montana. Guest lodge and cabins, offering fly fishing, hiking, canoeing and horseback riding. Features testimonials
Rivers of the WestPet friendly, equipped cabins for short term vacation rentals. Includes property description and local activities.
Wade Lake CabinsVacation rentails in a forested canyon on Wade Lake. Includes property history, rates, and local activities.