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The above is a climate diagram for Missoula. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 87°. However, temperatures can go lower than 15° in Missoula in January. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is August.
Discover the best of Montana at a Missoula vacation home
Missoula, known for its natural attractions, museums, and historic sites, is a perfect choice for families visiting Montana. Many vacation homes are log cabins, featuring wood-burning fireplaces and large yards.
History buffs of all ages will enjoy a trip to the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula. Exhibits focus on the history of the fort and the surrounding town, with many unique artifacts on display. Once a Japanese internment center, old barracks shed light on little-known US history. Vintage propaganda, postcards, clothing, and more are on display.
The Missoula Art Museum is conveniently located downtown, and offers interesting permanent and rotating displays suitable for the whole family. An impressive collection of Native American art, an outdoor sculpture garden, and a creative area for kids ensure that there’s something for everyone.
A Carousel for Missoula is a great piece of local culture and makes for a fun family outing. Hand carved and carefully restored, this historic ride is located in a public park with playgrounds, picnic areas, and restrooms. Choose the outside track and try to grab one of the brass rings to win a free ride.
Walk through Montana's gold rush history at Garnet Ghost Town. Visitors can walk through well-preserved buildings on a self-guided tour, or explore the nearby hiking trails. The park is open all year, and children under 16 pay no admission.
For hiking, biking, and wildlife viewing, it doesn't get any better than Rattlesnake National Recreation Area. The park is open year round, offers free admission, and has well-maintained facilities at the trailhead. Early morning is the best time for photography – you may even see a bear.
Caras Park makes a great afternoon trip for water sports enthusiasts. Swimming, paddle boarding, kayaking, and river surfing are popular activities in the park. During summer months, the park features live music in the evenings.
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