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Taking a trip by RV in Montana should be on everyone`s bucket list. With wide open spaces and incredible scenery, a trip through Montana is sure to be something you`ll never forget. Whether you`re looking for fun and adventure in the outdoors, hoping to explore some of America`s rich history, or just want to relax and take it all in, you`ll be sure to find what you`re looking for as you RV in Montana. With an RV rental from Cruise America, you`ll be able to enjoy all this in comfort and style.

Glacier National Park - No RV road trip in Montana is complete without a visit to Glacier National Park. Glacier National Park is 1,583 square miles of wilderness, featuring incredible scenery that you will remember for a lifetime. With lakes, creeks, and waterfalls, you`ll find plenty of photo opportunities. You`ll find an incredible array of wildlife here, including grizzly bears and mountain goats. As a popular destination, there are plenty of options in the area when it comes to RV campgrounds. As you can imagine, Glacier is a very popular destination for Cruise America rv rental customers.

Yellowstone National Park - Don`t forget to steer your Cruise America RV rental towards Yellowstone National Park. While mainly located in Wyoming, and also in parts of Idaho, Yellowstone`s northern edge is in Montana. With nearly 3,500 square miles of wilderness, you`ll find 1,000 miles of trails which will take you past waterfalls, geysers, hot springs, forests and canyons. Wolves, bison, antelope, elk and bears are just some of the hundreds of animal species to be found here, making it a prime choice for nature lovers. Yellowstone is absolutely enormous and many first time visitors may find themselves overwhelmed, which makes planning ahead and checking the Cruise America App is a great idea.

Big Sky - While you`re in the area, be sure to check out the town of Big Sky. Big Sky is a relatively new town which grew out of a ski resort in 1973. Here you`ll find plenty of choices for recreation, food, and entertainment with a laid back atmosphere. Part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, you`ll find plenty of great trails for hiking, and its proximity to the park makes it an ideal place to connect with fellow travelers.

Pictograph Cave State Park - Visit Pictograph Cave State Park, located in Billings, MT to learn more about our prehistoric ancestors that inhabited the area long ago. Hunters from 2,000 years ago left behind rock paintings and artifacts, telling the story of a life which was much different than ours. The park also boasts a 1/4 loop trail as well as plenty of spaces for bird watching.

Flathead Lake - A Cruise America RV rental offers a great way to explore Polson, MT you`ll find Flathead Lake, which is another must-see, as it is the largest natural freshwater lake you`ll find west of the Mississippi. The lake offers crystal clear water, with the breathtaking Mission and Swan mountain ranges making an incredible backdrop. This area has a lot to offer in terms of outdoor recreation, from fishing and hiking to renting a boat and enjoying the lake.

Pompey`s Pillar National Monument - Pompey`s Pillar National Monument is a must stop on any RV trip. This rock formation found in south Central Montana was discovered by the Lewis and Clark Expedition, though Native Americans in the region had long referred to it as “the place where the mountain lion lies.” The pillar is home to a large number of Native American petroglyphs, or rock carvings, as well as the signature of William Clark. At the visitor`s center you`ll find a wealth of information and hands-on exhibits.

The National Bison Range - Established in 1908 by Teddy Roosevelt, the National Bison Range`s goal is to preserve this amazing species so that they can be appreciated by generations to come. On 18,500 acres of forest and grassland, hundreds of bison are protected and can be viewed by visitors from a number of different points. There is a great five mile loop you can drive in your motorhome rental and it is on a flat gravel road is great for RV travel. You might see black bear, pronghorn antelope, mule deer and elk in addition to the majestic bison.

Missoula - Located in the state`s Northern Rockies, Missoula is the perfect stop if you`re renting an RV in Montana. As a top destination in the region for shopping and dining, you`ll find plenty of options here, all with an amazingly scenic backdrop. This is also the perfect stop if you`re interested in checking out some of the amazing breweries that Montana has to offer.