Maintaining the integrity of the land and the region, Valley West incorporates lakes, streams, open acreage and four miles of walking and bicycling trails into the landscape of the award-winning community. Adding a quaint touch, Valley West’s natural streams are accented by covered bridges characteristic of the region.
The development’s many parks, sport fields and playgrounds foster community togetherness, while a lakeside pavilion serves as an ideal venue for family and neighborhood gatherings.
At the center of the development is Meyers Lake, a 5-acre man-made lake offering scenic views and community recreation. Stocked with Westslope Cutthroat Trout, a species of trout indigenous to Montana, the lake is ideal for recreational catch-and-release fishing.
Valley West’s innovative design and thoughtful inclusion of outdoor recreation amenities earned it distinction in “Building from the Best of the Northern Rockies” by the Sonoran Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting community decisions that respect the land and people of western North America.
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