film in Philipsburg, Mt

Philipsburg is the perfect Montana filming destination. They have it all – including a bustling main street with historic buildings, incredible history, and stunning landscapes.

Philipsburg is located along Montana Highway 1, the Pintler Veterans’ Memorial Scenic Byway. This area is best known for the deposits of gemstones, specifically Yogo Sapphires and at the end of the 19th century, the town was established as a silver mining camp. Visitors to Philipsburg will have the opportunity to try their hand at gem mining, explore a charming downtown with local shops, and visit a stunning candy shop. In the area, like all of Southwest Montana, there is access to Montana’s public lands not more than a stone’s throw from town. Fishing, camping, hiking, ATVing, skiing – both cross country and downhill, boating, and so much more is available in the Flint Creek Valley. Consinder Philipsburg for your next film production.

Population: 937 | County: Granite | Elevation: 5,357
Latitude: 46.332 | Longitude: -113.293


High (°F)Low (°F)Rain
January35°17°3 days
February35°15°3 days
March45°23°5 days
April51°27°5 days
May60°34°8 days
June69°41°8 days
July82°46°4 days
August79°44°5 days
September69°37°4 days
October54°29°4 days
November42°21°4 days
December32°15°3 days

Local Information

Visitor/Business Info



Closest airports are Butte’s Bert Mooney Airport or Missoula Montana Airport.

Hospital & Medical

Granite County Medical Center
310 Sansome St.
Philipsburg, MT 59858

Fire & Safety

Philipsburg Fire Department
505 Hamilton Ct
Philipsburg, MT 59858

Granite County Sheriff

contact for film inquiries

Philipsburg Chamber of Commerce
Heidi Beck-Heser