Wibaux is a town in and the county seat of Wibaux County, Montana, United States. The population was 589 at the 2010 census.Beaver Creek runs through the town and has been known to contain large Walleye and Northern Pike.It is the easternmost town in Montana along Interstate 94 and runs a rest stop/information center for motorists using the highway.
Wibaux operates a state travel center at the town's exit from Interstate 94, the Pierre Wibaux House Museum, and the Centennial Car Museum, which was sent to the New York World's Fair in 1964. At the western end of town, there is a statue of Pierre Wibaux that he commissioned in his will to look over the sloping landscape. Each year the town holds a summer festival, called the Ski Fest as homage to its predominantly Polish roots. The 2002 Vin Diesel movie, Knockaround Guys, was based (although not filmed) in Wibaux.