Dreaming of Summer Adventures in Missouri River Country
April 03, 2020
We may not be able to get out and explore Missouri River Country at the moment, as folks throughout Montana have been given a stay-at-home directive in order to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). But that just means we have more time than ever to dream about summer adventures in our favorite corner of Montana. So, next time you feel yourself starting to go stir crazy while hunkering down inside, take a break to scroll through some of our many beloved shots of northeast Montana and imagine yourself in a place of big skies, bigger fish, unique landscapes and more room to roam. Here are some of the things we are most excited for once it is safe to roam our region again.
Fishing with Family on Fort Peck
Ancient Discoveries Along The Montana Dinosaur Trail
Grabbing Brews with Friends, Family and Friendly Locals
Montana is open for exploration, and we know more room to roam is at the top of everyone’s list right now. We welcome you to enjoy the fresh air and open spaces of northeast Montana, as long as you do so responsibly. Missouri River Country prioritizes the health and safety of our citizens and visitors, and we are closely monitoring COVID-19 and the rapidly changing public health situation. You can do your part by following these safety guidelines:
Wear a mask in public
Maintain social distance (at least 6 feet)
Wash your hands and use hand sanitizer
Stay home if you or someone you know feels sick
Avoid touching your face
Cover coughs and sneezes
Thank you for joining us in keeping our region safe, clean and beautiful.