Wolf Point is a city in and the county seat of Roosevelt County, Montana, United States.It is the largest community on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation. Wolf Point is the home of the annual Wild Horse Stampede, held every year during the second weekend of July. Wolf Point Stampede is the oldest rodeo in Montana, and has been called the Grandaddy of all Montana Rodeos.The city is located on the north bank of the Missouri River, the southern part occupying the ancestral floodplain of that river. The northern part occupies south facing, low-lying hills overlooking a terrace. The central business district is located in the described southern portion.
Attractions and recreation
The Roosevelt County Museum provides a glimpse into local history. The museum society purchased a disused farm implement sales building on U.S. Highway 2 to allow for more extensive display of the museum's collections. Fund raising continued in anticipation of the renovation and occupation of the new building in 2008. The historic Lewis and Clark Bridge (Wolf Point Bridge) crosses the Missouri River six miles southeast of town on Montana Highway 13. The adjacent Lewis and Clark Bridge Park[dead link] provides access to camping, fishing, and rafting on the Missouri River.