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
Montanans are adjusting their lives and staying home in order to slow the spread of COVID-19, and we certainly don’t have more room to roam here in our living rooms. But we do have strong, resilient communities coming together in times of hardship, innovative new ways to connect with one another, and a whole lot of excitement for the adventures we’ll have once it’s time to roam our region again. While now is not the time to travel (even though we miss you), it is the perfect time to dream, plan and stay inspired. Everything you love about our corner of Montana will be waiting.