Both Libby and Troy are located on the river banks of the Kootenai River. The towns are jump off points to access the Kootenai National Forest, northern boundary of the Cabinet Mountain Wilderness, Yaak Forest, Yaak River and Bull River Valley.
This proximity to 4 seasons of outdoor recreation, both land and water, ensures a high population of vehicle roof racks loaded with bikes, kayaks, skis and canoes, making it a great place to get away and play. A great resource to digitally explore our play areas is Explore Libby Montana.
Libby, MT, is the County Seat and serves as the employment, business, commercial and banking center for South Lincoln County. As the County Seat, Libby is the location for Lincoln County's courts and government offices. The hamlet of Troy lies 15 miles northwest on US Highway 2.
Population and Demographics:
According to 2014 Census estimates, there are 19,125 people living in Lincoln County. The populations of Libby and Troy were 2,656 and 924 in 2014.
July Average Temp: High 87 / low 49
January Average Temp: high 33 / low 21
Avg. Precipitation: 18.42″ rain / 46″ snow