Elevation: 4,524 ft.
Babb is a small unincorporated community in Glacier County, Montana, United States, on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. It has one school (Babb School), a K-6 elementary school which had 36 students as of 2005 .
Nearby attractions include the Many Glacier Hotel built in 1914.
Established in 1905 as a post office, the town of Babb was named for Cyrus C. Babb, the engineer in charge of surveying the U.S. Reclamation Service’s St. Mary Irrigation Canal, which siphoned water from the St. Mary River into the Milk River and was one of the first Bureau of Reclamation projects in the nation.