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"Rentalo works well & did help to take some of the stress away from looking, as property owners/managers were submitting info back to me! The area I was looking in though (Lake Lure) had limited properties remaining & most of the submittals I received through rentalo were from outside the immediate area. I did not make my reservation from a rentalo contact BUT I did find a location through rentalo that I will certainly visit at a later date that is in Rutherford County (The Hawks Nest cabin in Golden Valley). Thanks for the help! I will use rentalo again."Lynn Bryan
"Recently our family traveled to Asheville, N.C. for my daughters wedding. We were strapped for cash, but needed a nice place to stay and prepare for the weekend events. You led us to a cabin called Jamies House owned by Brad and Katherine Stevens. It was perfect! The cost was reasonable and the place was comfortable as well as furnished with all our needs. The owners were super nice also. Thank you for helping make this blessed weekend a success!"Deborah Poston
"Amazingly quick response. Not only did I get notification from Rentalo, but less than a day later, an email from the condo owner, a phone call from her (she lives about 25 miles away) and an offer by her to put me in touch with friends living in Mazatlan. She also answered many question and offered to bring back lots of information when she makes a trip down there this next month. Thanks for the professionalism."Steve Cline
Montana Travel Vacation Guide

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Montana Vacation Rentals

Whether you are planning a family getaway, trip with your loved one or a wild adventure with a group of friends, Montana will surprise you with its wide variety of accommodation options. If you are traveling with a large group, consider staying in a Montana vacation rental. Other choices include Montana bed and breakfasts, Montana vacation home rentals and much more.

Things to do in Montana

Montana's excellent mountain trails, wild rivers and scenic national parks provide travelers with endless activities and things to do. Regardless of the season, you can always choose among many recreation options such as hiking, biking, rafting, fishing and rock climbing. Winter sports' fans won't be disappointed with the number of ski trails, amazing landscapes and a variety of Montana cottages. Those who like history will find many archeological sites like Ulm Pishkun and will be amazed by the numerous dinosaur exhibits.

Montana Dinosaur Trail

65 million years ago Montana's landscape was dominated by a large inland sea which created a unique semi-tropical flood plain that was home to several species of dinosaurs. Today many amazing fossils and skeletons can be admired all over Montana in its numerous museums and paleontology centers. Those historical sites create a unique dinosaur trail that allows travelers not only to learn about the epic history of the dinosaurs but also to learn how to dig fossils. Stay at a Montana vacation home rental and visit the Fort Peck Field Station of Paleontology for an ultimate paleontology experience.

Garnet Ghost Town

While you travel through Montana, you can still hear stories of gold, mining camps and saloons. What remained after numerous mining camps is a huge number of historic ghost towns that are spread all over Montana. Garnet is a mining ghost town located at 6,000 feet of the First Chance Creek in the west central Montana. This mysterious town dates back to 1895 and has over thirty well preserved buildings from the past. Tourists can find a visitor's center, interpretive signs; self guided trails as well as cards, books and other memorabilia. Book a Montana hotel room and get ready for a true ghost town experience.

Cross- country skiing and other winter sports

Whether you love downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross- country skiing or dog sledding, Montana offers excellent, deep snow and bright, blue skies. You can also enjoy Montana's varied cultural events, from art walks to Oktoberfest and car shows. If you are a professional skier, participate in a ski or snowboard competition. After a whole day of snow fun, you can always warm up and unwind in a cozy Montana accommodation.

Rail tours through Montana

One of the unique ways for Montana lodging guests to visit the state is by train. Montana offers numerous rail tours that take tourists on the exceptional journey through Montana's Rocky Mountains, the Great Plains and forgotten paths. You will admire mountain peaks, untamed rivers and historic ghost towns from the luxurious rail car. Take a Charlie Russell Chew Choo, a narrated, three hour train ride and enjoy the exciting wildlife and vibrant colors of Montana. This train journey begins at Kingston Junction and follows the route of the old Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul to Denton and comes back. During this unforgettable trip, travelers will be served a full course prime rib dinner and dessert.

Yellowstone Park

The world's first and America's largest national park, Yellowstone dates back to 1872 and contains more than 2.2 million acres of crystalline lakes, amazing waterfalls, steaming geysers and panoramic vistas. Due to its unique microclimate, Yellowstone Park is the greatest wildlife sanctuary in the United States. Operating all year long, the park offers wildlife safaris, cross country skiing, bear and wolf viewing and geyser watching. Blessed with majestic mountains, forests, meadows, streams and lakes Yellowstone is also a perfect place for hiking, skiing and boat trips. All those can be organized with professional guides and many times include accommodation and food. Numerous fine Montana rentals are available in the area.

World Known Top Events in the State of Montana

National Folk Festival
Butte, July 10-12
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