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Hungry Horse
Flathead County, Montana


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Statistics & Facts

The Montana state capital is Helena.
The population of Hungry Horse is approximately 934 (2000), 826 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 404 (2000), 359 (2010).
The distance from Hungry Horse to Washington DC is 2060 miles.
The distance to the Montana state capital is 162 miles. (as the crow flies)
Hungry Horse is positioned 48.37 degrees north of the equator and 114.179 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Hungry Horse median income is $ 17,500.
The Hungry Horse median home price is $ 41,522.


on US Highway 2. Hungry Horse is about 20 miles east of Whitefish between Martin City and Columbia Falls
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History & History Related Items

Hungry Horse was built with the construction of Hungry Horse Dam during the 1940s and 50s.
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Mountain Guide to Hungry Horse.

Glacier National Park about 10 miles east of Hungry Horse.

Hungry Horse Dam
Montana's tallest dam at 564 feet in a narrow canyon four miles east of Hungry Horse. The dam blocks the South Fork of the Flathead River to make the 34-mile long Hungry Horse Reservoir. Free tours.
Phone: 406-387-5241

Hungry Horse Reservoir
Flathead National Forest
1935 Third Avenue E.
Kalispell, MT 59901
Phone: 406-755-5401
The 34-mile long reservoir offers excellent fishing, boating, water skiing, and swimming
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Hungry Horse


The population of Hungry Horse was:
1990 - 984
2000 - 934
Population data is from the 1990 & 2000 US Census records

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