About Clyde Park
North of Livingston, Clyde Park is nestled in a valley along the scenic Shields River and surrounded by the spectacular Crazy and Bridger Mountains, which provide recreation opportunities ranging from hunting to fishing to hiking.
The town is home to many cattle ranches and other agricultural operations including grain production. Clyde Park also includes a handful of small but vital and thriving businesses such as a hardware store, grocery store, and an excellent coffee shop. Shields Valley High School and Shields Valley Junior High School, which also serves the nearby community of Wilsall, are also located in Clyde Park.
Key Industry / Major Employer
Founded as a ranching community in the late 1800s, agriculture is still a key economic industry in the Clyde Park area nearly 150 years later.
Crazy Mountain Ranch is an 18,000-acre working ranch and retreat near Clyde Park owned and operated by Phillip-Morris. It is a large employer and draws from a regional workforce.
At A Glance Profile
- The population was 254 residents in 2013
- The median household income is $37,778
- 95% of residents have a high school diploma