Three Forks is a city located in Gallatin County, Montana. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 1,728. Three forks is named because it lies near the point, in Missouri Headwaters Sate Park, where the Jefferson, Madison and Gallatin Rivers form the Missouri.
The Indian woman Sacajawea is best known as the interpreter and guide for the Lewis and Clark Expedition. In 1800, she was captured by the Mennetaree tribe near the present site of Three Forks. She later returned to this area with Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery.
Web Sites and Links
Linda Larson - Three Rivers Real EstateReal estate and homes for sale in Three Forks, Bozeman, and Gallatin Gateway.
Montana HorsesA family operated horse and equipment leasing business in the Northwest.
The Canoeing HouseGuided canoeing, kayaking, and trout fly fishing trips. Also offers equipment rental and lodging.
Three Forks Chamber of CommerceWith information on business, dining, lodging, shopping, fishing, hunting, and recreation.
Three Rivers Greenhouse and FloralInformation about greenhouse and photos of flowers, plants and gifts for sale.
Wheat MontanaFull-service bakery and facilities for grain cleaning, processing, and flour milling. List US distributors of their products, and offers online sales of flour and grains.