Located at the junction of great rivers and highways. Laurel is a convenient stop for travelers. The Chief Joseph Statue and Canyon Creek Battlefield Marker in downtown Fireman's Park commemorate the 1877 battle between the Nez Perce Indians led by Chief Joseph and the U.S. Cavalry under the command of Col. Samuel Sturgis.
The Laurel Chamber also serves as the Visitor Information Center and is located in the original log structure specified by the Montana Highway Department in 1938. Local volunteers worked to restore the original character of this historic building. Inside is a pictorial history of the community of Laurel as well as traveling art exhibits.
Directions: The Laurel Chamber of Commerce is located at 108 East Main Street. If traveling on Interstate 90, take Exit 437 and stay on Highway 10 all of the way to 108 East Main or take Exit 434, go north on South First Avenue, and turn right on Main Street. If entering Laurel from Highway 212, stay on the highway into Laurel, go north on South First Avenue, and turn right on Main Street.
Laurel Chamber of Commerce
108 East Main Street, Laurel, MT 59044
- Visitor Service
- Handicapped Accessible
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