In support of efforts to slow the spread of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and following guidance from local and state health authorities, American Prairie is taking a phased approach to open visitor facilities under modified operations. Learn more.
The northeastern plains of Montana are one of the most remote parts of the lower 48 states.
Much of the travel to and across the Reserve takes place on gravel or unimproved dirt roads. Travel across these roads requires preparation and planning.
Current Road Status*
|Dry Fork Road||USE CAUTION|
|Ranch Road||USE CAUTION|
|Midale Road||USE CAUTION|
|PN Road||USE CAUTION|
|Regina Road||USE CAUTION|
Road Status Legend
|OPEN: Road is generally in good condition but could still be difficult to travel or impassible when wet.|
|USE CAUTION: Persistent wet and variable conditions are making sections of the road difficult to travel or impassible. Monitor the local forecast before traveling.|
|TRAVEL NOT RECOMMENDED: Road should not be traveled due to severe weather and degraded road conditions.|
* The table is updated with seasonal closures and during extreme weather events that make travel difficult or impossible. Local conditions can vary greatly.