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.
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 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