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Dillon Field Office 

Dillon Field Office land status map--click for a larger image
The Dillon Field Office manages over 900,000 acres of public lands and approximately 1.3 million acres of mineral estate within Beaverhead and Madison Counties in the southwest corner of Montana.  Ranching and livestock grazing are important uses of the area. The wide open spaces provide excellent wildlife habitat and a wealth of dispersed recreation opportunities. 

The field office is home to BLM’s only designated wilderness area in Montana; the Bear Trap Canyon is one of the four units of the Lee Metcalf Wilderness. Here you will find opportunities for hiking, fishing, and world class white-water rafting on the Madison River. Drive the 50-mile Big Sheep Back Country Byway south of Dillon and watch for bighorn sheep, deer, elk and other wildlife. 

Big game hunting, hiking, fishing, camping, and wildlife viewing are popular activities within the Dillon Field Office and the nearby Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest. When you come to Montana, visit lands managed by the Dillon Field Office and enjoy America's public lands!

 

In The Spotlight

NEW!  Dillon BLM seeks public comment on rock climbing permit

Southwest Highlands watershed assessment ready for public review

Dillon BLM seeks public comment on Middle Ruby River Watershed Assessment

 

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BLM Releases Draft Idaho and Southwestern Montana Sub-Regional Greater Sage-Grouse Land Use Plan Amendment and Environmental Impact Statement

Idaho and Southwestern Montana sub-regional Greater Sage-Grouse Draft Environmental Impact Statement


NEW!  Southwest Highlands Watershed Assessment  ll  Executive Summary  ll  Plants List  ll  Map 1  ll  Map 2  ll  Map 3  ll  Map 4

Middle Ruby Watershed Assessment Report          Map 1 ll Map 2 ll Map 3 ll Map 4

NEW! Historic Henneberry House available to rent for recreational use

Dillon BLM seeks public feedback on Special Recreation Permits

BLM Plans Watershed Assessments for Southwest Highlands and Middle Ruby this Summer

 

Watershed Assessment Reports and Environmental Assessments

     Upper Horse Prairie
     Upper Big Hole     
     Madison

     Blacktail
     South Tobacco Roots
     Beaverhead West
     Red Rock/Lima
 
     East Bench
     Rochester Basin and North Tobacco Root
     East Pioneer
     Medicine Lodge
     East Grasshopper

 

Frequently Requested

Fire Restrictions | Fire Information

Recreation Opportunities

NEPA Log

Dillon Approved Resource Management Plan (RMP) and Record of Decision

Dillon Interagency Dispatch Center 

Western Montana Resource Advisory Council


 


Dillon Field Office 1005 Selway Drive  |  Dillon, MT 59725-9431

Phone: 406-683-8000 |  Fax: 406-683-8066 |  Office hours: 7:45 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. M-F