Missoula Montana is thriving small city with a college town atmosphere. Missoula offers anglers all the amenities they need during their Montana fly fishing vacation. An abundance of lodging options, excellent restaurants and numerous local attractions for non–anglers.
There are quite a few places to stay in Missoula ranging from cheap hotels to riverfront cabins. Many anglers choose to stay at one of the hotels in downtown Missoula, within walking distance the numerous restaurants in town. Missoula is the perfect home-base for fishing trips due to it’s proximity to the surrounding rivers.
Visit our Packages page to see a detailed list of some of our most popular lodging options combined with guided fishing.
DINING In and Around Missoula
A list of some of our favorite restaurants in town.
- Cafe Dolce
- The Pearl
- The Stone of Accord
- The Depot
- Biga Pizza
- Notorious P.I.G. BBQ
- Lolo Creek Steakhouse
Missoula International Airport (MSO) is accessed by several major airlines and has direct flights from Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago and Salt Lake to name a few.
White Water Rafting
The Alberton Gorge on the Clark Fork River offers year round whitewater rafting in Class III+ rapids. Our friends at Zoo Town Surfers can help you out.
National Bison Range
Take a scenic drive thought the bison range for a chance at seeing some Montana wildlife.
Fort Missoula was established by the US Army in 1877 and was home to the famous Buffalo Soldiers and the 25th infantry regiment. For more info on the Museum click here.
Downtown Missoula offers plenty of shopping, restaurants, bars, and is home to several parks and historic buildings.
Missoula Current Events Feed
- Financial Skill Building Class
- Preventing Persistent Pain
- Children in Between: Divorce and Separation Curriculum
- Workout Outside - Tabata Style (max 10 people)
- Pottery and canvas painting kits to go
- Mountain Line Buses - Reduced Hours
- SPARK Arts - Creativity at Home
- Missoula Public Library Resources
- ZOOM Mat Class: Move Missoula
- Tower Quartet Session: Move Missoula