DescriptionWhile sustained mostly by agriculture, Wolf Point's economy also benefits from small manufacturing firms and Honeyland Inc., which maintains more than 4,000 bee colonies and produces about a half-million pounds of honey annually. Wolf Point also is the home of many Sioux and Assiniboine, who perform dances and observe celebrations June through August. The Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede, said to be the state's oldest rodeo, takes place during the second week in July.
Visitor InfoWolf Point Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture 218 Third Ave. S. WOLF POINT, MT 59201. Phone:(406)653-2012
Things to SeeWolf Point Area Museum