Two popular lodging options in the Bitterroot Valley
Bitterroot Valley BnB’s
Combine a comfortable room, a beautiful setting, a friendly atmosphere, and a tasty meal, and you’ll get a bed and breakfast experience in the Bitterroot Valley.
Gorgeous views and occasional visits from wildlife are both common at area BnB’s, and guests just love the authentic charm of a Montana host.
It’s a popular way to visit the Bitterroot Valley and we have some great options to choose from.
Here’s some resources to help you find the perfect bed and breakfast in the Bitterroot Valley.
Some of the links in this article may be affiliate links, which can provide compensation to Bitterroot Info at no cost to you
Local Bed and Breakfast Advertisers
These local advertisers help make this website possible. Please consider these bed and breakfasts for your next visit to the Bitterroot Valley.
Bed and Breakfasts on Booking Platforms
Here’s some links to bed and breakfasts in the Bitterroot Valley on popular national platforms.
Be sure to enter your desired dates to see accurate availability.
Bed and Breakfasts by Community
Here’s a list of bed and breakfasts in the Bitterroot Valley, organized by community from north to south.
Here’s a map of the Bitterroot Valley if you need one.
RV Parks in the Bitterroot Valley
RV’s have become more popular than ever the past few years.
It’s no longer just a retirement lifestyle as digital nomads are living and working on the go.
As you can imagine, the scenic Bitterroot Valley is a prime destination for the growing RV community.
While much has changed with RV’s and those who drive them, one thing has not changed at all.
The search is always on for the next great spot at an RV park.
Here’s some resources to help you find your next RV Park in the Bitterroot Valley.
Local RV Park Advertisers
These local advertisers help make this website possible. Please consider these RV Parks for your next visit to the Bitterroot Valley.
RV Parks by Community
Here’s a list of the RV Parks in the Bitterroot Valley, organized by community from north to south.
3 Bitterroot Valley Visitor Tips
1. Book Early
June to September is the busiest time of the year in the Bitterroot Valley.
We recommend making your reservations as early as possible for these months.
2. You’ll Need a Vehicle
You’ll need a vehicle to get around and to see all the Bitterroot Valley has to offer.
Most vehicles are fine during the summer, but it’s a different story in winter. Plan on four wheel drive and winter tires from November to April.
3. Confirm Your Reservation Prior to Arrival
When the Bitterroot Valley is busy, lodging is often running at 100% occupancy.
Make sure your reservation is confirmed ahead of time and avoid last minute surprises.
Several national car rental brands operate in Missoula, MT. This Expedia link will show you what’s available.
Enterprise is the only car rental company with an office in the Bitterroot Valley. The offer pick-up and drop-off in Hamilton.