- The list below includes 20 free or cheap things to do in or near Anaconda, Montana, including 19 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Lake, National & State Parks and Movie Theaters.
- From Georgetown Lake to Anaconda Smoke Stack State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Anaconda and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Butte, Deer Lodge, Nevada City and Philipsburg.
The 3700-acre Georgetown Lake has many rainbow trout, brook trout, and kokanee salmon, and anglers catch more fish here per person than on any other lake in Montana. It is also popular with canoers, kayakers, small sailboats, and windsurfing.
Anaconda Smoke Stack State Park is home to one of the tallest free-standing brick structures in the world. Nearby this remanent building of the Anaconda Copper Company from the early 1900s is an interpretive display exhibit.
Featuring 18 lanes, Copper City Bowl & Cafe offers open bowling with automatic scoring and shoe rental. The facility serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and provides slot machines, a bar and a banquet hall for private events.
A 12-lane bowling center, Cedar Park Bowling Lanes offers open and league bowling, horseshoes and arcade video games. The center also has a sports bar and lounge with casino games and televisions displaying sporting events.
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A historic mansion that has been converted into a bed and breakfast, the Copper King Mansion National Historic Place offers food and accommodations in a unique atmosphere. The mansion also rents out its main level for special events.
Butte, Montana is home to Headframe Spirits, a producer of vodka, bourbon, gin and bourbon cream liqueur. This distillery welcomes visitors seven days a week. Its tasting room serves cocktails and snacks, and patrons may also purchase bottles for home consumption.
A variety of sites within southwest Montan's mountains like old camps and ghost towns can be seen through Montana ATV Adventures. The standard trip offered by the ATV excursion company includes a ride over 6,000 feet above sea level along the Continental Divide.
The Piccadilly Museum is a museum for a large collection of transportation memorabilia. Exhibits include kangaroo crossing signs and license plates. There are also highway and subway markers, vintage cars, and Evel Knievel memorabilia.