Rural Practice at its best! In Scobey you will get a smile, a warm greeting and a welcoming attitude. Scobey is a clean, peaceful and family oriented place with no shortage of enthusiasm for our community! Considerable amounts of energies are used to promote youth programs, sports, musical events, fairs and rodeos. Scobey is the headquarters for Nemont Telephone Co-op, serving all of Northeast Montana and parts of Northwestern North Dakota. A 5 million dollar state-of-the-art Border Patrol facility is responsible for safeguarding approximately 60 miles of our American/Canadian border.
Scobey offers many recreational facilities including: a senior citizen center, public pool, public parks, golf course, baseball, camping, bowling, roping arena, movie theatre and ice-skating rink. The K-12 Class C School is a center of activity for school functions as well as for public use of the gymnasium, indoor walking track and weight room. Well known for its music, Daniels County is home to a 40+ member Symphonette, the Jack Reiner Big Band, a Dixieland Jazz Band, and men’s and women’s vocal groups. Annually the Pioneer Town Museum hosts the Threshing Bee & Dirty Shame Show on the streets of their historically reconstructed prairie town. Scobey is served by a weekly news publication and a locally owned radio station.
Daniels County has some prime hunting and fishing areas. Big game and bird hunters from all over the world flock to Eastern Montana seeking the whitetail and mule deer, antelope, pheasants, grouse, ducks and geese that are at home in the surrounding rolling prairies and farmland. Fort Peck Lake, just 90 minutes to the southwest, boasts 1520 miles of shore-line and offers four season fishing and recreational opportunities. Also close by are the famed Montana Dinosaur trail which yields world-class fossil discoveries, and the Northeast Montana Birding Trail—a must see for wildlife enthusiasts!