Sweeping views of both the Bridger and Crazy mountains mean Wilsall offers plenty of incredible views and many hunting options. Its proximity to the Shields River provides prime fishing opportunities.
The close-knit community of Wilsall includes numerous family ranches and agricultural operations. The town has several independent businesses such as a roofing company, general store, and the deli where the locals gather for coffee.
Shields valley Elementary School, which serves the communities of Wilsall and Clyde Park, is located in Wilsall.
Key Industry / Major Employer
Founded as a ranching community in the late 1800s, agriculture is still the key economic industry in the Wilsall area over a 100 years later. Many large ranches ensure the beautiful views of the Absaroka, Bridger, and Crazy Mountains are unobstructed.
Small business are also important to this small community, including a general store, roofing company, restaurants, and bars. Wilsall is also home to Livingston HealthCare Shields Valley Clinic, open four days a week.
At A Glance Profile
- The population is about 100 residents
- The median household income is $38,750
- Over 55% of residents have a Bachelor’s degree or higher