Kick off the end of winter and the start of a new season by planning a spring getaway near Flathead National Forest in Montana. Located in the western part of the state, the park is named for the Flathead Native Americans that used to inhabit the area. Wildlife lovers can find over 250 species here, including the timber wolf, Canadian lynx, bald eagle, and the threatened grizzly bear. With 1,700 miles of hiking trails, including the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail, glampers can spend days exploring the dense forest. There are also two ski resorts for those looking to enjoy the snowy remnants of winter. Spring in Montana is still fairly cold, so be sure to bring warm coats, and search for an accommodation with a hot tub, fireplace, or wood burning stove.