Meet our community
Fairfield is the Malting Barley Capital of the World, a trade center for farming community as well as being home to Busch Agricultural Resources. The farming community is supplied irrigation water by Greenfield Irrigation District (delivered from Gibson Dam) and supports 83,000 acres in the surrounding area.
The Fairfield community offers a dozen religious organizations plus several organizations including Lions Club, Eagles Club, Jr. Women’s Club, Community Choir and the Chamber of Commerce. The community includes a beautiful city center park complete with the swimming pool, tennis courts and playground, in addition to a professionally design golf course with the Rocky Mountain Front as a backdrop. The community offers several events throughout the year, such as the Christmas Stroll, Easter Egg Hunt, Days Gone By, Swim Day, plus many other club, school and church events.
Because of its location, Fairfield has outstanding recreational opportunities. These include Glacier National Park, Lewis and Clark National Forest, Freezout Lake, and the Bob Marshall Wilderness. There are plenty of year round opportunities such as bird watching, skiing, snowboarding, hiking, hunting, fishing, boating, canoeing and much more!