There’s a giant bull at the entrance to the Eastern Montana Fairgrounds in Miles City, Montana.
It might not be the world’s largest bull, but it’s a fun stop if you’re pulling off the highway for a lunch stop on a road trip or stopping at the grounds for one of the many events held there each year.
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The Eastern Montana Fairgrounds is home to some of the biggest events in Montana along with a slew of local activities. The Eastern Montana Fair is held there every August where 17,000 people descend on the fairgrounds for four days of entertainment, rodeo, fireworks, 4-H exhibits, tractor pulls, country music, and more. Throughout the year there are also rodeos, carnivals, horse sales (including the world famous Bucking Horse Sale), a bluegrass festival, and demolition derbies.
This big bull and Montana roadside attraction sits at the entrance on Pumping Plant Road and Main Street. He stands on a sign that says “Welcome to the Eastern Montana Fairgrounds” and carries an electronic billboard that advertises upcoming events and local businesses.
Giant Bull at the Eastern Montana Fairgrounds
Fairground Address: 42, Garryowen Rd, Miles City, MT 59301 (Bull is located at Pumping Plant Road and Main Street)
Cost: Free to See
Hours: Always Visible