Laurel, the largest city in Montana that is not a county seat, is truly the "Hub of Montana." From here, all roads lead to the exciting, historical, and recreational attractions of Montana. Spend a little time in our friendly community while you make your travel decisions.
There is so much to see and to do in this grand state of ours, and you are right in the middle of it in Laurel. With Billings located only 15 miles to the east, Laurel residents enjoy the best of both worlds - large shopping centers, colleges, and medical trauma centers in Billings while living in a small community where the crime rate is low and life is less fast paced.
There is a rich history that lends itself to Laurel. The Chamber log cabin, located in Firemen's Park, was built in 1938 from plans provided by the Montana State Transportation Department. The Transportation Dept. intended to have log cabin tourist centers built all along the interstate highways in Montana. This log cabin is the only known one still in existence and houses not only the Chamber office, but also the Visitor Information Center and Laurel Museum, Inc.