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Seeley Lake, Montana

Resting between two wilderness areas and overlooked by two majestic mountain ranges. A year round vacation paradise. The valley of the chain of lakes. A wilderness paradise full of rivers, wildlife and timbered forests.

Web site: www.SeeleyLakeChamber.com

Major Events and Festivals

January

WinterFest

An annual celebration of snow and winter activities in the Seeley-Swan Valley. Lighted evening parade) , Christmas Tree Bonfire, Dessertfest, Snow Sculptures, Poker Run, OSCR Cross-country skiing races, entertainment and much more. 406.677.2880

May

Fish & Loon Festival

Held Memorial Day Weekend.  Celebration of area wildlife and local artisans. Wildflower walks, loon talks, artist demonstrations and sales. www.alpineartisans.org, 406.541.7265

July

4th of July Celebration

Held July 4th. Pancake breakfast, parade, duck race and fireworks. 406.677.2880

October

Tamarack Festival

Held in mid-October.  Arts fair. 406.677.2880

Attractions

Trail Creek Winery

Tasting room open Saturday and Sunday from 2:00 during the summer (Memorial Day to Labor Day) and Saturday from 2:00 during the winter. Directions: Up High School Hill, follow the signs. 406.677.8992 or www.trailcreekwinery.com

 
Recreation

Backpacking & Hiking

Camping

Confluence Rafting Expeditions
More than a river adventure and more than rustic Montana log Inn stay - Confluence of family, friends and fun. Committed to make your Montana vacation an important event for you. The river is our passion. 888.655.5388 www.confluencerafting.com

Double Arrow Golf Resort

The Double Arrow Golf Course, one of the premier golf courses in Montana, is a true golfer’s paradise right in the heart of the Rockies. This spectacular Montana golf resort is carved among gentle rolling hills and towering ponderosa pines, offering breathtaking views of the Swan Mountains. 406.677.3247, www.doublearrowresort.com

Hunting

The Morrell Falls National Historic Trail
A 2.3 mile hike into the Lolo National Forest. This is a fairly easy day hike that really doesn’t have any steep grades to it. The trail leads through tightly spaced stands of Lodgepole Pine, past the 23 acre Morrell Lake and onto to a series of waterfalls. Towards the end of the trail you wind around a marsh, then you hear the falls. Just past an old growth timber stand, it opens up into a small clearing and 90 foot Morrell Falls.

Paddle the Clearwater Canoe Trail

This gentle 3.5-mile trail flows into the north tip of Seeley Lake, with plentiful opportunities to see various types of birds and wildlife. www.visitmt.com

Rich Ranch
Enjoy the best of Montana. Your vacation includes horseback riding, fly fishing, mountain biking, hiking, ghost town tour, and more. Specializing in family reunions, couples and business retreats. 800.532.4350, www.richranch.com

Seeley Sport Rentals, Inc.
Located in Seeley Lake, we offer recreational rentals for all seasons. Pontoon, ski and fishing boats. Waverunners, canoes and mountain bikes. ATV's, snowmobiles and all the accessories you need including guide services. Reservations recommended. Call and we will help you with where to play. 406.677.3680, www.seeleysportrentals.com

Snomobiling

Water Sports



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