John Steinbeck said, “I am in love with Montana. For other states, I have admiration, respect, recognition, even some affection, but with Montana it is love, and it’s difficult to analyze love when you’re in it.”
We couldn’t agree more. Montana is home and travel for us. We love nesting in our chosen town at the Original Gateway to Yellowstone National Park. And we love traversing the state–climbing mountains, floating rivers, wandering through small towns and large ones (by Montana standards), and getting to know the people that, combined with an astounding landscape, make this state great.
Montana is bigger than many of the countries we visit, so there is a lot to see here.
The Mount Haggin Wildlife Management Area is an underrated hidden gem. I share how to visit and what to do there.
Everything you need to know about the winter candlelight tour at Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park in Montana.
Learn more about the history and heritage of Montana’s first people by visiting four parks in Montana: : Rosebud Battlefield State Park, Little Bighorn National Battlefield, Chief Plenty Coups State Park, and Pictograph Cave State Park.
Discover many fun things to do in and near Tongue River Reservoir State Park. Camp, boat, fish, and watch wildlife and hike in and near this state park. We have everything you need to plan a successful trip!
This post is sponsored by Montana’s Yellowstone Country Since the North Entrance to Yellowstone is currently closed to vehicle traffic due to flooding and road damage, I want to show you how to have a great time in Gardiner, Paradise Valley, and Livingston without ever going into Yellowstone National Park. We all love the world’s …
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Best places to see the “Montana Night Sky Star Trail,” my fave stargazing tips, and how to find a star party in Montana.
Play by day and stargaze by night in this off the beaten path part of Yellowstone Country near Big Timber and Absarokee.
Planning a trip to Helena? We have lots of ideas of fun things to do in Helena, Montana with kids, adults, and families.
Everything you need to know to visit Montana WILD in Helena (MT FWP’s visitor center), for families, youth groups, schools, and individuals.
Montana winter vacations can be magical with the right itinerary. Dog sled, cross-country ski, sleigh rides and more!