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Things to do during "cabin time" in Missoula
These vacation rentals and cabins in Missoula MT are near Glacier Park. Missoula lodges, cottages and resorts give you access to a growing, trendy area with some of the greatest outdoor recreation Montana has to offer. Experience the beauty of an area surrounded by renowned national forests, the Northern Rocky Mountains, and blue-ribbon fishing rivers. With a chock-full event calendar, you’re sure to find something fun to do for the entire family while you’re in town. In 2011, Outside Magazine called Missoula “the next big thing”, while the Huffington Post included it in its article “20 Awesome U.S. Cities You Need to Visit in Your 20’s.” The city is yours to explore with Missoula’s new zero-fare bus service, taking you completely around town. It’s easy to see why countless happy families keep coming back to Missoula’s cabins and unique lodging resorts.
Get back in touch with your wild side when you visit one of the state recreation areas nearby. The 2 million acre Lolo National forest is minutes from your Missoula cabin rental and boasts 700 miles of hiking trails, excellent fishing streams, and rejuvenating hot springs. Cabin time here means reliving part of the Lewis and Clark expedition - see what the forest has to offer at the Lolo Pass Visitor Center. Learn more about local wildlife and discover why the Lolo National Forest plays a vital role in maintaining Montana’s precious ecosystem; a home to bison, lynx and even grizzly bears. In May, stop by the International Wildlife Film Festival, where over 10,000 visitors come to see award-winning wildlife films in Missoula. Spring, Summer, Winter or Fall, Missoula cabins give you a comfortable stay in a thriving recreational community.
Biking is a very popular form of transportation around town - try it out. There are 20 miles of bike lanes on city streets that make shopping, dinning and sightseeing a fun adventure away from the cabin. Head out of town to bike the Blue Mountain National Recreation Trail. You’ll get some great views of the Missoula Valley and Bitterroot River out there. If you’re here in April, try a slightly different kind of pedaling. Thirst Gear’s Champagne Pedal takes you to downtown boutiques, where you’ll drink, eat and shop from a party bike. In August, check out the River City Roots Festival. It’s the largest music and art festival in Missoula with exciting family activities. There is always something to do when you vacation in Missoula. Whatever suits your fancy, Missoula&rsquos lodges, cottages and resorts lets you make the most out of your vacation time.
Make sure you talk to MT rental owners about the many Missoula things to do and day trips to Glacier National Park. Compare cabins and rentals in Missoula here, then book DIRECTLY with the owners or managers and skip those booking website traveler fees.