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The Weather in Seeley Lake
Check out the climate diagram for Seeley Lake. On average, the warmest month is July. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Fall in love with Montana from a cozy Seeley Lake vacation home
Whether you prefer to explore the area from a Seeley Lake cabin or sprawling family rental, you'll find Montana's best attractions striking distance from home.
Start your day right with a big American breakfast from Pop's Place Family Restaurant. Hearty portions of diner classics like chicken fried steak and eggs, french toast, hashbrowns, and pancakes are sure to satisfy even the pickiest eaters.
After a long day on the trails, stop by The Ice Cream Place for the best desserts in Seeley Lake. Larger than life ice cream sundaes, hand-dipped cones, and the huckleberry shake are local favorites. Outdoor tables with a view make this a great place to spend the afternoon.
The Morrell Falls National Recreation Trail makes a great hike for families with kids. At just over two miles, this walk might take some time, but is well maintained and low impact. Be sure to bring your camera along for family pictures in front of the falls.
Visitors of all ages will enjoy a day on the water at the Clearwater River Canoe Trail. Small kids are welcome to ride along for free with their parents, and lessons are available for those old enough to learn. Be sure to pack plenty of water, snacks, and sunscreen for your day of floating downstream.
Placid Lake State Park boasts some of the area's prettiest lake views and nature trails fit for the whole family. Clean bathrooms, picnic areas, and parking make this an easy, kid-friendly choice. Take a tip from the locals and bring your own BBQ supplies.
For a more relaxing day in nature, cruise the scenic byway through Salmon Lake State Park. The drive features plenty of places to pull over for pictures, bathrooms, and rest areas. Swimming, hiking, biking, and nature watching are also available in the park.
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