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Visit Montana: glamping getaways

Visit Montana! Montana is a state we could visit time and time again and never get tired of the views. There are few places in the United States where a person can walk for hours and see more animals than people. With two national parks, world-class rivers, mighty mountains, and wide-open plains, Montana is an unbeatable destination for outdoor vacations. Glamping in Montana only enhances the uniqueness of any vacation here and is not to be knocked. Montana glamping accommodations can be found all across the state, from West Glacier and Whitefish Mountain Resort; past Flathead Lake and all the way to Big Sky Ski Resort and Yellowstone National Park. Lodging found on Glamping Hub is the perfect complement to any Montana vacation; cabin rentals, safari tents, tree houses, yurt camping sites, and more, you’ll find it all here.

No matter the season, you’ll always find something to do outdoors when you go glamping. Montana is an outdoor destination that truly shines, regardless of the temperature! Travel Montana in the winter and explore the Rocky Mountains. Visit world-class resorts & ski slopes, like Big Sky Ski Resorts or Whitefish Resort, Montana. Go skiing cross-country, book a dog sled tour—Montana ski resorts are not, after all, home of the only outdoor winter pastimes. Come summer, go fishing in Montana in Lake Macdonald or Flathead Lake, check out the trail hikes in Glacier National Park, or head for our private campgrounds and lodging in Yellowstone National Park! Just take a quick look at our selection of Montana vacation rentals and you’ll see you can easily find a place to stay, anywhere in the state. So whether you decide to go camping by Yellowstone or skiing in Big Sky, Glamping Hub is here to help you discover the best things to see in Montana!

National parks of Montana:

The national parks of Montana offer two of the most unique backdrops for glamping getaways possible. Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park are a must-see for any outdoor lover, when on vacation in Montana. These national parks are fantastic, year-long destinations; however, we love to visit in the spring and summer, as much more of each park is accessible and we can be outdoors longer in the warmer temperatures! National parks with camping are a great way to spend a spring or summer vacation. To visit Glacier National Park, browse our vacation rentals in Whitefish, Kalispell, West Glacier, St. Mary, and more. Book one of our lodges at Glacier National Park and get ready for adventure. With mountain ranges carved by prehistoric ice rivers, alpine meadows, forests, waterfalls, glaciers, lakes, and more, camping in Glacier National Park is something truly spectacular. Hike the Highline Trail, Grinnell Glacier, or Avalanche Lake Trail for some great views or drive the Going-to-the-Sun Road, spanning the width of the park and get a feel for the land.

Then, in contrast to Glacier National Park, is Yellowstone. Lodging here is just as unique, but near a whole new set of attractions and things to do in Montana. America’s first national park, Yellowstone is a place of shock and awe. From the wild plains and herds of buffalo to the hot springs and geysers, Yellowstone attractions are plentiful. Book horseback rides or spend the day cycling; pick from trails like Mt. Washburn, the North Rim Trail, Clear Lake/Ribbon Lake Loop, Fairy Falls...we could go on but you get the point, there are great places to hike in Yellowstone! Camping here, well glamping, is the perfect alternative to the expensive Yellowstone hotels. So it doesn’t matter if you’re booking Yellowstone cabin rentals or Glacier National Park camping sites, vacationing in Montana’s national parks is sure to be one of your best trips yet.

Things to do in Montana in winter

Montana camping, however, isn’t just limited to the summer, nor Montana’s national parks. As the temperatures drop and snow begins to cover the land, Montana’s verdant green mountains morph into a winter wonderland. Book a weekend getaway in a Montana cabin for rent and go cross-country skiing at Whitefish Ski Resort; or find a Montana cabin rental perfect for the whole group and plan a ski vacation with friends at Big Sky Resort! World-class skiing, dog sledding, snowcoach tours, and more make Montana the perfect winter destination. Montana has a long list of skiing and snowboard options for all ages and abilities; knee deep powder or cleanly groomed slopes, resorts or basecamps, bowls or alpine courses, Montana has it all. In the northwest part of the state are Turner Mountain, Whitefish Mountain Resort, and Blacktail Mountain, to name a few. While a little bit south of Helena, the capital, you can find resorts like Brigadier Bowl Ski Area or Big Sky, Montana. Whether you are a skier or snowboarder, looking for adventure or to cuddle up in front of the fire, Montana winter vacations offer something for everyone. Book with Glamping Hub and make your winter getaways in Montana that much better.

Best time to visit Montana & weather

So, you’re going glamping in Montana, but when is the best time to visit? Montana has four true seasons, with a beautiful summer season. When you should visit depends on what you want to do. July through September tend to be dry months with plenty of sunshine and temperatures between 70°F (22°C) to 80°F (27°C), perfect for hiking, biking, fishing, and more. Winter in Montana is great for skiing and other winter activities, with lots of snow and temperatures from 15°F (-9°C) to 40°F (4°C).

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