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Welcome to Big Sky Country. Everything in this western state is majestic from the mountains to the river valleys and the sunsets to the ranches' vistas. The Montana pet friendly hotel discounts are big as well. There are over 50 hiking trails which allow leashed pets as well as 10 parks and even a doggie beach on Bozeman Pond where your pup can swim. While in Bozeman, check out the Burke and Bozeman off-leash parks. Situated on I-90, this city is the gateway to pined forests and excellent ski resorts, many which are pet friendly and offer deals on rooms. Less than an hour away is Yellowstone National Park.
Also close to Yellowstone along I-90 is Billings. This is called the Magic City because so many people have flocked to its clean air and good American way of living. You will love wandering through the historic Western downtown district, just minutes from Billings, Montana's pet friendly hotels. A half day trip away is the site of the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument.
Head west and you come to the city whose nickname is the "Heart of Montana." Helena has three off-leash parks and a large variety of pet friendly hotels. This is the state capital, but it is known for its sapphire mining. One thing you have to do while you are here is troll the massive Pedestrian Mall that houses not only shops but museums and eateries along well lit and landscaped paths. This is also prime fly fishing country along the Missouri River where Lewis & Clark once tread. Take Fido and hike in Helena National Forest, or walk the 18 hole golf courses peppered throughout the city. This region is also known for the boating opportunities on the area lakes.
Keep going west on I-90 to discover Missoula. Your pets will love Jacob's Island Dog Park on the Kim Williams Nature Trail, a quick drive from Missoula's pet friendly hotels. This city is surrounded in the beauty of forested mountains. Enjoy the lakes and trails. You might like to wander through the Historical Museum in Fort Missoula and learn about the early days of the pioneers as well as the native tribes who hunted and lived nearby.
Cities with Pet Friendly Hotels in Montana
- Big Sky
- Big Timber
- Deer Lodge
- East Glacier Park
- Great Falls
- Miles City
- Montana City
- Saint Regis
- West Yellowstone