Montana is known as an outdoor paradise, with locals and visitors taking advantage of all the state offers.  No matter the season, you are sure to find some outdoor adventure that will be fun and often challenging.

Whether you are spending a couple of days in one of our National or State Parks, or maybe you've decided to go on that great camping adventure or the ultimate road trip, either way, Montana is the place to be.

No matter your skill level, Montana has something for everyone, and one of the things that we have plenty of is...water.

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Montana is certainly known for its flowing rivers, but did you know that when it comes to rivers and streams Montana ranks in the Top 5? With over 170 thousand miles of waterways and 3 thousand rivers, Montana only trails behind Alaska.

Of course, many are familiar with the more popular rivers such as the Missouri, the Yellowstone, and the Clark Fork. However, there are many more rivers and streams that folks enjoy whether it's trying to catch that trophy trout.

Photo by Stephen Pedersen on Unsplash
Photo by Stephen Pedersen on Unsplash

Or if you just want to spend a lazy summer afternoon floating with some friends and a beverage or two, according to Montana River Outfitters here are some of the best-floating rivers in the state.

  • Yellowstone River
  • Jefferson River
  • Missouri River
  • Flathead River
  • Bitterroot River

Of course, with anything outdoors make sure that you are prepared for whatever situation you might encounter, use the proper equipment, and be aware of your surroundings.

Photo by Ethan Wiese on Unsplash
Photo by Ethan Wiese on Unsplash

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Here's The Top 10 Tourists Sites For Those Visiting Montana

Montana is known by several nicknames. Big Sky Country, The Treasure State, and the Last Best Place to name just a few. Each year, millions of folks travel to Montana to partake in its beauty, while often seeking adventure in the outdoors. From skiing to rafting, fly fishing, to snowmobiling, Montana can certainly be described as an outdoor paradise.

No matter the season, there is always something to see and do in Montana. Here's a look at The Top 10 Tourists Sites For Those Visiting Montana.

5 Businesses Montanans Wishes Would Come Back

As most know, Bozeman, Montana is a growing town/city. The population has almost doubled in the last few years, housing prices have skyrocketed, and businesses have either strived or suffered.

The one thing that Bozeman residents all say, is they miss the "old Bozeman". What they mean is they miss the small-town feel, the minimal traffic, and the affordable living. Along with those, there are a few businesses Bozemanites really wish would return.

Here are the Top 5 Businesses Montanans Miss.

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Montana doesn't skimp on natural beauty, but these destinations make for excellent day trips or extended explorations during a camping adventure.


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