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Where to Find The Best Fall Foliage in Great Falls

We may or may not have one too many blog posts and articles about the fall season here, and we’re okay with that. Summer gets pretty hot here, though we hear from some of our guests that it’s a dry heat. The change of season not only offers a relief a heat, some rain (and…

Rock City, a Day Trip Out of This World

We love our day trips in Great Falls, Montana. Minutes away are diverse landscapes with varying opportunities for adventures. We’ve seen pictures of Rock City from our followers on Instagram but haven’t been there ourselves. So, when a team member had her family visit, they made the day trip to see Rock City and saw…

The Top Ten Things to Do This September

Your monthly to-do list for September in Great Falls is here. Fall is starting and we’re going to give you ten things to do that don’t involve pumpkin spice lattes. While Big River Ruckus is this month, September 10th-12th, 2021 and has 38 events in and of itself, there are plenty of other events throughout…

Snakes, Bears, and Beavers

The Lewis and Clark Festival was earlier this summer, July 9-11, 2021. For the first time, it was held at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center. In previous years, it was held at Gibson Park. The festival draws crowds from all over the nation. In fact, if you were to drive around the Lewis and…

Top 3 Family Activities in Great Falls

With the Canadian/U.S. border expected to open fully again, Canadians will be anxious to flock south to Great Falls for shopping and getaways. Great Falls is a hot spot for shopping-filled girl’s weekends or child-free weekends but if you’re heading down with your kids, there are some great activities to get you out of the…

Your August To-Do List

Your monthly to-do list for visiting Great Falls this August is here. We don’t want to lie to you, it’s pretty long and we only listed 10. We know you can’t do it all, so choose wisely because you don’t want to miss out. Get to the Montana State Fair and eat your weight in…

The Coolest Job in the World

So, I took the jump. After graduating from college this past December, the next challenge was finding a job in the midst of a pandemic. After a few lucky coincidences, the Montana State Parks AmeriCorps program brought me to Great Falls and First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park. AmeriCorps is the domestic version of the…

Scenic Drive: Swift Dam

Usually, in June, I’m sitting in my boat at Holter Lake, Tiber Reservoir, or Lake Frances, fishing for walleye. However, when the wind comes up, and the fish don’t care what I have on my hook, I’ll take the hint and pull out my list of things I want to do and haven’t yet. It’s…

Snowshoeing at Silver Crest Trails

If you can walk, you can snowshoe. We recently had Gerry Jennings on as a dam expert for our podcast (you can listen to the episode here), and she shared with us all things Silver Crest Trails. The multi-million dollar parking lot opens up adventures to the trails, where you can cross country ski, snowshoe,…

The Art of The Perfect Charcuterie Board

If you’re like us, we have fallen in love with the romance of a charcuterie board; however, we have struggled to make a board that we’re proud of and that we know our company will enjoy. Which cheeses do we pick? What about the crackers? How else do we make it visually appealing but also…

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