Where to Stay
Wherever you go birding and wildlife viewing in Montana, we encourage you to support locally owned businesses that directly support the people of rural communities. Stay at a B&B or a guest ranch. Take a guided raft trip. Chat with locals at the neighborhood café. If camping, buy your groceries at the corner store. Combine your overnight stays with visits to art galleries and shops featuring local crafts.
To search for B&Bs, motels, hotels, and campgrounds in the vicinity of any town or city in Montana, click here:
In addition to the above state listing, please visit the Bitterroot Valley Chamber of Commerce website for lodging and ideas for activities. Click here:
The following businesses helped to fund the publication of the Bitterroot Trail brochure and map with their advertisements. We appreciate their support for the Trail. You can find more details in the hard copy of the brochure (See Contact Us to order your copy).
A Bitterroot Retreat (vacation cabin)
Jellystone Park (RV Park, Missoula)
Shops and other Businesses
John Dougherty Art Promotions
Sam’s Spade Garden Tools & Wares