Come and experience Glacier's pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and spectacular lakes. With over 700 miles of trails, Glacier is a hiker's paradise for adventurous visitors seeking wilderness and solitude. Relive the days of old through historic chalets, lodges, transportation, and stories of Native Americans. Explore Glacier National Park and discover what awaits you.
A visit to Glacier's winter wonderland can be a fantastic experience. Skiing and snowshoeing are available in many areas of the park and those hardy souls that enjoy winter camping will find they have the pa. . .
MetraPark, located in Billings, is Montana's center for events! It is a multi-facility events campus, the largest of its kind within a 5 state region with professional management solely dedicated to the events business. MetraPark serves a primary market area of more than 250 miles in every direction.
Home to the annual Montana Fair, MetraPark is open year round catering to various events such as Trade and consumer shows, concerts, family shows, rodeos, basketball, wrestling, figure skating, indoor football, livestock shows, banquets, business meetings, motor sports, festivals, and conventi. . .
The Lolo National Forest is located in west central Montana and encompasses two million acres. We have lots of recreation opportunities such as camping, water sports, and hiking. We also have two wonderful visitor centers.
Some special places to visit at the Lolo National Forest include the Savenac Historic Tree Nursery and Big Larch Campground. The Savenac Historic Tree Nursery was founded in 1907 as a Forest Service tree nursery. Nursery operations concluded in 1969 and now the site is used for cabin rentals and a visitor center. Big Larch Campground is located on the east shoreline of Se. . .
Known by many as the "theatre by the bay", the Bigfork Summer Playhouse brings talent from across the country to bring the finest live professional theatre in the Northwest and is a past recipient of the Montana Governor's Award for the Arts.
With curtains almost up on the 2010 Season, the Bigfork Summer Playhouse will celebrate 51 years of live professional theatre this season. Come see what everyone is talking about!. . .
Canoe, Whitewater raft, Hike and Bike The Lewis and Clark Trail in Montana and Idaho!
While traveling through Montana and Idaho nearly 200 years ago, Lewis & Clark and the Corps of Discovery survived hardships, overcame enormous obstacles, and rejoiced in great triumphs. Lewis & Clark Trail Adventures invites you to walk in the footsteps of America's great early explorers. Our trip destinations are some of the most pristine areas of the Lewis & Clark expedition route. We offer a variety of scenic river trips by canoe or raft, exciting whitewater, hiking and biking on the historic Lolo Trail. . .
Flathead Lake offers you plenty of room to play – in, on, and by the water. Located just south of Kalispell, the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi is 28 miles long and up to 15 miles wide. That's 188 square miles of pure enjoyment! The lake's sparkling waters and miles of tree-lined shore offer unlimited recreational opportunities and wildlife habitat. Overlooking it all are the magnificent Swan and Mission mountain ranges.
Two highways traverse Flathead Lake's east and west shorelines. In spring, the fluffy white blooms of the cherry orchards promise luscious fruit in. . .
Canyon Ferry Dam is a flood control reservoir located northeast of Helena on the Missouri River. Canyon Ferry Dam is located on the main stem of the Missouri River approximately 27 miles downstream from Townsend, Montana.
Area Activities include: tent camping, picnicking, boating, swimming, hiking, sailing, water skiing, geology, wind surfing, lake fishing, rv camping , lewis and clark and nature wildlife viewing.
The Visitor Center features hands-on displays and excellent interpretive information on Canyon Ferry's watchable wildlife. There are displays of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. . .
If you will give it a home, and promise no one will ever take it apart, I will build A Carousel for Missoula. That was the promise Missoula cabinet-maker Chuck Kaparich made to the Missoula City Council in 1991. Kaparich, who had spent many childhood hours on the carousel at Columbia Gardens in Butte, Montana, had already carved four carousel ponies and had purchased an antique frame in thousands of pieces. The Council agreed and Kaparich's dream of A Carousel for Missoula became the dream of a community.
This is an attraction your kids won't soon forget!. . .
The Elk Foundation's Elk Country Visitor Center is more than just a museum. It's an experience that reveals the beauty, diversity and importance of elk country across North America.
Discover Elk Country
Fun and interactive, our exhibits invite you to learn more about elk, elk country and the role the Elk Foundation plays in conservation. Discover the diverse wildlife that calls elk country home, explore the role we all play in conserving habitat, and connect with the rich heritage that makes the outdoors so important to so many of us. Along the way, you'll hear elk bugle, test your knowle. . .
Since opening the doors in the fall of 1992, the Yegen Golf Club has become one of Billings' premier public courses. This links style course has matured into a challenging, yet enjoyable destination for players of all abilities.. . .