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Dupuyer Cache | Dupuyer, Montana

Unique Shopping
Dupuyer Cache is a favorite stop for all ages. – Sheena Pate

For folks interested in spending a few days exploring the surrounding Rocky Mountain area, Dupuyer Cache Cabin is described in detail on the Dupuyer, Montana, category of the Vacation Rental by Owner website at

Campers may be interested in knowing that William Jones Memorial Park borders Dupuyer on the north. For those who like to wet a fishing line, Dupuyer Creek is a prominent geographic feature of this small community. Wildlife is abundant including occasional sightings of grizzly bears strolling through town!

Driving Directions

You'll find Dupuyer Cache right in the middle (on the east side) of Dupuyer's Main Street also known as US Highway 89.

Highlights of Shopping Offerings

Dupuyer Cache is a unique store with groceries, specialty books, beverages, Beaverslide Dry Goods Yarn and local honey, photography, artisan crafts, local artist gallery and much more. Look for us on Facebook, too!

The Cache is the only retail outlet for the Beaverslide Dry Goods Merino yarn from sheep raised locally on the family ranch on the east front of the Rocky Mountains. This fine wool yarn is shipped throughout the world to customers who appreciate the quality and attention to detail service provided. Investigate the Beaverslide Dry Goods website for further information.

Specialty books found at the Cache include titles from Ivan Doig, who spent much of his childhood in Dupuyer and is now a world famous author. Many other Montana authors are featured as well as topics of local interest.


Wednesday through Saturday 11:00-5:00

Seasons or Months Open

All Year Around