This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Missoula reviews
"Jen and Jim, We loved your cottage! It was so welcoming and comfortable. We only wish we could have stayed longer. Next time we're in Missoula we'd love to stay at your cottage again, if it's not already booked! Thank you!!"Guest: MA Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 28, 2014View listing
"We recently stayed in this home for a visit with family. We were travelling with our two teenage sons. It was an excellent experience. We could spread out and were very comfortable. Our sons enjoyed having their own rooms. Being able to do laundry in the evening one night was also beneficial. It was very close to our family and to many downtown locations. The owner was very easy to reach and answered any questions we had quickly. This was our first VRBO experience and the bar has been set very high."Guest: Donna Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 27, 2014View listing
"Stayed in the condo for a week in May. Will consider renting again. Unusual and delightful sleeping arrangements (bed retracts into ceiling when not in use.) Some may be put off by this, I found it very fun and crafty solution for a small space. Linens, towels, etc. were new, and about the quality you would expect from a newer Holiday Inn Express or Courtyard Marriott. Much better than average. Extraordinary views of the valley (sunsets) and city. Don't miss Scotty's Table (restaurant downstairs) for dinner. Owner was on time for key exchange, and very accommodating and friendly. Parents visiting UM students would love this place - relatively close to campus. Damage deposit was returned promptly. Owner put a great deal of thought into this property. Unique...nothing like it in Missoula."Guest: Rick Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 13, 2014View listing
"The cabin is as described. It is well apportioned with everything you need to have a comfortable stay. The cabin has a great deck for hanging out for a BBQ after a day of fishing. It has a fire pit with supplied fire wood for evening campfires. The cabin is located in an area that is very abundant in wildlife, We spotted elk, deer, beavers, eagles, big horn sheep, kingfishers,bluebirds, and many other critters. The fishing at Rock Creek is some of the best trout fishing in the world, this cabin is a great spot to set up the base camp for fishing Rock Creek. The rental price of the cabin is as fair as it goes and will not break the bank to have a nice place to stay at Rock Creek where cabin rental prices the last few years have gone through the roof. The owner is very easy to contact and communicates very well with you to make sure you have a great stay."Guest: Curt Date of Stay: October 2013 Review Submitted: October 22, 2013View listing
Missoula Travel Tips
Best Time of Year to Visit Missoula Vacation Rentals
Missoula has a variable climate with relatively large diurnal variations. The climate is classified as semi-arid. Summer months are generally hot and dry. Daytime temperatures often reach around 84 degrees Fahrenheit during the month of July. However, the evenings often get quite cold, owing to the arid terrain. The spring and autumn seasons are relatively short. The winter months are cold and wet with regular snowfalls. Although Missoula's winters are considered to be milder than the rest of the state, on average, the region has around 43 inches of snow annually. Most visitors prefer the warmer summer months when they can explore all the city's attractions, in particular the biking paths and hiking trails. For those who are visiting to view the art attractions, the galleries and museums are open all year long.
Things to See and Do at Missoula Cabins
There are many attractions and activities to keep you occupied during your visit to Missoula. For those who enjoy art and culture, there is a lively arts scene in Missoula. It has a strong literary community and many famous music artists had humble beginnings in the city. The local theaters showcase a variety of performances throughout the year which include children's theater and wildlife film exhibitions. If you want to learn more about the history of the area, you can explore the old goldfields, visit ghost towns and pan for gold in the same way as the early pioneers did. There are also some top wineries in the region where you can enjoy wine tasting and cellar tours.
For those who enjoy the outdoors, there are loads of trails for exploring. Choose from horseback riding, mountain biking or hiking as a way to explore the wilderness areas. For the more technical mountain bikers, there are some great sections of single-track trails which provide some challenging riding. Fishing is another popular pastime and fishing licenses can be obtained from the local authorities. The rivers also provide great canoeing and kayaking opportunities. There are sections where you can go rafting over the rapids if you are looking for a little more excitement. In the winter months, the good snowfalls provide great fun for winter sports enthusiasts.
Finding Your Way to Missoula Lodging
Missoula is located in the far western part of Montana. It lies at the foot of the Bitterroot Mountain Range at the border with Idaho. Missoula has good road links with the rest of Montana and neighboring states. Commercial bus services have stops in Missoula as they travel on the northern east-west route across the states. There is a small airport in Missoula which has an international designation; however, commercial flights are limited. As alternatives, there are two other airports you can consider when looking for flights to Missoula. The city of Butte is approximately 100 miles southeast of Missoula. The airport here hosts a number of commercial flights from major cities in the United States. A little further away to the northwest is the regional airport at Spokane in the eastern part of Washington State. The airport is approximately 200 miles from Missoula. If you want to explore the region, it is a good idea to hire a car to get around.
Travelers to Missoula
Missoula has something for almost every traveler's interest. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy exploring the many trails and participating in their favorite adventure activity. History buffs can spend their time exploring museums galleries, old mining ghost towns and battlefields, following in the footsteps of early pioneers. It is also a great destination for a family vacation.