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Discover Montana

Welcome to Big Sky Country — Montana's wide-open spaces, diverse landscapes, and rich history make it a fantastic destination for an unforgettable RV adventure. From the vast expanses of the Great Plains to the rugged peaks of Glacier National Park, Montana offers boundless outdoor exploration and recreation opportunities, and the best way to experience everything is with an RV rental.

Montana's terrain and climate vary greatly from east to west, with the eastern half of the state dominated by rolling plains and the western portion featuring towering mountains, dense forests, and pristine lakes. The best time of year for an RV trip in Montana depends on your desired activities and destinations. Spring and summer are ideal for exploring the state's national parks and wilderness areas, while fall offers stunning foliage and fewer crowds. Keep in mind that many RVs are not well-suited for cold weather, so it's best to avoid visiting during the harsh winter months if your rig isn't made for four seasons.

River in Montana
River in Montana

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Best of the outdoors in Montana

Montana's breathtaking natural beauty and diverse landscapes make it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. From the awe-inspiring peaks of Glacier National Park to the serene waters of Flathead Lake, there is no shortage of stunning scenery and recreational opportunities for RV travelers.

Glacier National Park is undoubtedly one of Montana's crown jewels, featuring over one million acres of rugged mountains, pristine forests, and sparkling lakes. Explore the park's 700 miles of trails, including the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road, which offers unparalleled views of the park's stunning landscapes. Keep in mind that RV access is limited on some park roads, so plan ahead and choose campgrounds and trails that can accommodate your vehicle. Some popular options include Apgar Campground and St. Mary Campground.

Another outdoor gem in Montana is Yellowstone National Park, which spans Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana. Home to the world's largest collection of geysers, including the iconic Old Faithful, Yellowstone is a must-visit destination for any nature lover. In addition to its geothermal wonders, the park also offers opportunities for wildlife viewing, hiking, and fishing. Several RV-friendly campgrounds are within the park, such as Madison Campground and Fishing Bridge RV Park.

The Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex is a perfect choice for those exploring Montana's vast wilderness areas. This remote and rugged region comprises over 1.5 million acres and offers unparalleled hiking, fishing, and horseback riding opportunities. Keep in mind that while there are no developed campgrounds within the wilderness area, several RV-friendly campgrounds are nearby, such as Holland Lake Campground and Seeley Lake Campground.
A view of one of the glacial lakes in Glaicer National Park
Glacier lake

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Best things to do in Montana

In addition to its stunning natural beauty, Montana also offers a wealth of cultural attractions, historic sites, and family-friendly activities. Whether you're exploring the vibrant city of Missoula or delving into the state's rich Native American history at the Museum of the Plains Indian, there's something for everyone in Big Sky Country.

One of the best ways to experience Montana's rich history and culture is by visiting the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. This historic site commemorates the Battle of Little Bighorn, a pivotal event in the Great Sioux War of 1876. Take a guided tour of the battlefield and learn about the clash between the US Army and Native American tribes, led by the legendary Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull. There are several RV-friendly campgrounds nearby, such as the 7th Ranch RV Camp and Grandview Campground.

For a taste of Montana's urban scene, head to the vibrant city of Missoula. Nestled in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Missoula offers a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural attractions. Visit the Missoula Art Museum, stroll through the beautiful University of Montana campus, or catch a live performance at the historic Wilma Theatre. There are several RV-friendly campgrounds in and around Missoula, including Jim & Mary's RV Park and Missoula KOA.

No Montana RV trip would be complete without a visit to the charming town of Bozeman. This picturesque mountain town offers a wealth of outdoor activities, from hiking and fishing to skiing and snowboarding. Be sure to check out the fascinating Museum of the Rockies, which features one of the world's largest collections of dinosaur fossils. There are several RV-friendly campgrounds in the Bozeman area, such as Bozeman Hot Springs Campground and Starry Night Lodging and RV.

Montana campground in the trees
Montana camp

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