While visiting Northwest Montana, nothing beats sampling a wide-array of fresh, local flavors influenced by the Rocky Mountains and crafted by our outdoor-loving locals.
Visitors to the area enjoy local adventures like hiking, biking, rafting and horseback riding, but they also want to experience local community events. If you are looking for local flavor, local sounds and local business, stop by one of the many farmer’s markets near Glacier National Park.
In a little over a month, Mountain Meadow RV Park in Northwest Montana will be open for business and we are just as excited as the campers themselves. Our diligent workers are busy prepping the cabins, clearing the RV spots, and airing out the camp store. Our RV Park opens May 1st and for the individuals who visit Glacier in the Spring, they will be heavily rewarded.
The great state of Montana is a mecca for outdoor adventurers who like camping, hiking, rafting, skiing, and fishing. There are so many places to see in Montana and things to do, that even a lifetime wouldn’t be enough to discover it all. A good place to start is with the National Parks. Montana has two national parks and another one close by: Yellowstone National Park, Glacier National Park, and Waterton Lakes National Park.
Summers in Northwest Montana is an outdoor enthusiasts’ dream location. Visit just once and you’ll be hooked forever. Between floating the Flathead Rivers and exploring the hiking trails in Glacier National Park, the adventures are endless. The summer season may be short but days are long, offering plenty of time to pack in the activities during your stay.
Considering a trip to Glacier National Park during summer of 2017? We think that’s a great idea! An even better idea is to come stay at Mountain Meadow RV Park in Hungry Horse. Our wooded RV park and cozy cabins are located just 10 miles from the entrance of Glacier National Park and only 2 minutes from family friendly activities in Coram.