Frenchtown, MT

About 15 minutes northwest of Missoula, the community of Frenchtown was founded by French Canadian settlers. Situated along the Clark Fork River in a valley called qua elth—meaning state of tranquility—by American Indian inhabitants, Frenchtown is home to Frenchtown State Park, a 5-acre spring-fed lake with a variety of fish. The park is also a fantastic place for beginners to practice kayaking and canoeing.

Insider Tip

Pack a picnic, load up the whole family and spend the day at Frenchtown Pond State Park. If you're staying in Missoula for a few days, it's an easy, short jaunt to Frenchtown.

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Horse Haven Montana

  • City: Frenchtown
  • Address: PO Box 599
  • Phone: 406.880.0683
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King Ranch Golf Course

  • City: Frenchtown
  • Address: 17775 Mullan Road
  • Phone: 406.626.4000
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Lake Lodge LLC

  • City: Frenchtown
  • Address: PO Box 897
  • Phone: 406.626.2493

One Fine Day

  • City: Frenchtown
  • Address: 17000 Beckwith Street
  • Phone: 406.529.9520

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