11-Jun-2014 -- I'm surprised that this confluence point has not been visited more often, as it's close to a major freeway (I-15), very easy to reach, and also quite beautiful.
Driving south on I-15 between Great Falls and Helena, I took Craig Frontage Road, and followed it alongside the Missouri River to Beartooth Road, which started climbing up a hill, passing just 460 feet east of the confluence point. I parked at a small pullout beside the road, climbed over a barbed-wire fence (which conveniently had the top two strands of wire tied together), and walked down the gentle, grassy hillside to the confluence point, which lies in grassland, just 200 feet from the east bank of the Missouri River.
Here is a remote-controlled aerial video of this confluence point.
(Note: My quadcopter's usual camera system was unavailable for this video. A replacement camera - with much lower quality - was used instead.)