Florence, MT

Florence, MT in Western Montana

Between the Sapphire and Bitterroot mountains, the friendly community of Florence offers easy access to Threemile Wildlife Management Area for excellent hunting and wildlife-watching opportunities. In addition, the area provides winter range for elk as well as summer recreation activities.

Insider Tip

The Bitterroot Valley is a fly-fisherman's paradise. You can pick up locally made flies at shops throughout the valley. And—if you're not sure you want to hit the waters alone—many local outfitters have experienced guides to take you to some of the best fishing spots.

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4 Seasons of Beauty

  • City: Florence
  • Address: 1087 Quartz Ridge Road
  • Phone: 406.239.0474
  • Website: vrbo.com/359364

Bass Creek Vista

  • City: Florence
  • Address: 289 Chief Looking Glass Road
  • Phone: 406.273.0704
  • Website: vrbo.com/899244

betterRoot Cider

  • City: Florence
  • Address: 5066 Hoblitt Lane North
  • Phone: 406.830.1146
  • Website: betterroot.com

Big Sky Reigning Classic

  • City: Kalispell
  • Address: 3630 Highway 93 North
  • Phone: 406.363.9050
  • Website: mtrha.com

Bitterroot River Log Home

  • City: Florence
  • Address: 5718 Ellison Lane
  • Phone: 406.531.0740
  • Website: vrbo.com/422977

Caffe Firenze

  • City: Florence
  • Address: 281 Rodeo Drive
  • Phone: 406.273.2923
  • Website: caffefirenze.com

Ellison Lane Riverfront Rental

  • City: Florence
  • Address: 5742 Ellison Lane
  • Phone: 406.273.2509
  • Website: vrbo.com/69951

Five Bears Outfitters

  • City: Florence
  • Address: 5613 North One Horse Lane
  • Phone: 406.273.2677
  • Website: fivebearsoutfitters.com

Glen's Cafe

  • City: Florence
  • Address: 157 Long Avenue
  • Phone: 406.273.2534

Haas Country Market

  • City: Florence
  • Address: 5189 Montana Highway 93 South
  • Phone: 406.777.3638

Osprey Cabin

  • City: Florence
  • Address: 4858 Osprey Lane
  • Phone: 406.721.5300
  • Website: montanavacationrentalsonline.com

Glacier Country Tourism is not responsible for the accuracy of the above business listings provided by the Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development.

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