Montana Official State Travel Site

Teller Wildlife Refuge




Street Address:
1288 Eastside Highway
Corvallis, MT 59828

Mailing Address:
PO Box 548
Corvallis, MT 59828

Teller Wildlife Refuge is a private, non-profit wildlife refuge that runs along nearly four miles of the Bitterroot River, one of Montana's premier trout rivers. The Refuge is comprised of 1,200 acres of farmland and river bottom dedicated to the conservation of western Montana's finest native riparian habitat.

Teller Wildlife Refuge also has vacation rentals. Please check our website for further details.


Season and Hours of Operation:
Season: All Year


(SHOW DETAIL...) Activities Offered:
bird watching
nature
photography
wildlife viewing

Payment and Reservation Information:
Payment Methods:
cash
master card
personal check (in state)
personal check (out of state)
visa


Reservations:
Group Reservations Required
Late Cancellation Fee
Reservations Required




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Map and Driving Directions

Special Directions
Teller Wildlife Refuge is located approximately 45 miles south of Missoula down the Bitterroot Valley. Take Hoghway 93 South out of Missoula, past Victor to stoplight at Woodside junction, then turn left (east), take this road to the flashing stoplight in Corvallis. Turn left again (north) onto Eastside highway. Proceed approximately 1 mile to Quast Lane. The Refuge office is immediately on your right on Quast Lane and the Eastside Highway.
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