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Downtown Hamilton Hideaway. Walk everywhere.
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Entire residential home · 5 guests · 3 beds · 1 bath
Downtown Hamilton Hideaway. Walk everywhere.Hamilton, Montana is a small town nestled in the shadows of the Bitterroot Saphire Mountains. The town a vibrant old downtown with theater, live music, a great weekly farmer’s market plus easy access to backpacking in the mountains or enjoying the river or local lakes. Hamilton is home to the Daly Mansion of the Montana Copper Kings. It’s close to several wildlife refuges including the famous Lee Metcalf Refuge. Guides are readily available for horseback rides, fly fishing , and float trips.
In-Town Cottage by the River
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Entire guesthouse · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
In-Town Cottage by the RiverExperience the Bitterroot Valley comfortably from our roomy and private backyard guesthouse in the heart of Hamilton. Walking distance to everything town has to offer, steps away from the Bitterroot River and stunning scenery; whether you're here for adventure, relaxation, or work you'll find yourself right at home.
River Park Place
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Entire rental unit · 6 guests · 3 beds · 1 bath
River Park PlaceLocated in the dry fly-fishing capital of the world, this one-bedroom apartment sits on a park-like setting steps away from Hamilton's 65-acre River Park and the Bitterroot River and a 45-minute drive from Lost Trail Ski Area. Walking distance from downtown shopping and a local fly shop, the 900-square-foot apartment is bright and cozy. It offers a full kitchen and barbecue, wifi and off-street parking. Relax on the patio or use the space as your base camp for exploring the Bitterroot Valley.

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The Cottage at Farmstead Hollow
$75 per night
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The Sapphire Suite
$99 per night
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Within walking distance to downtown Hamilton
$100 per night
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Montana R&R "Liberty Bell"
$364 per night
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Charming & Cozy 1926 Farmhouse w/huge fenced yard
$129 per night
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Lovely 2 bed 2 bath walk to Main St. Hamilton
$140 per night
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Spacious Rustic Loft
$150 per night
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Burke House - relaxation and Montana history!
$141 per night
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Casual Contemporary
$125 per night
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Clean,Tranquil, Cozy, and Spacious, Country Studio
$85 per night
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Hamilton Hideaway / Large one bedroom apartment/
$100 per night
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Bitterroot Hidden Oasis
$464 per night

Your guide to Hamilton

All About Hamilton

The city of Hamilton, Montana, offers wild beauty and adventure year round. During winter, snow blankets the orchards, ranches, and mountains until spring, when pink blooms cover the same farms and fields. The canyons and mountains of the Bitterroot Valley are threaded with trails for biking, hiking, and horseback riding in the warmer months, and draw skiers and snowshoers when their landscapes are covered in white powder. Along Hamilton’s alpine lakes and rivers, you’ll find fly fishers casting lines and kayakers gliding along the clear waters.

Hamilton is the largest city in the valley, which is protected by the surrounding Sapphire Mountains, named for the tons of precious blue gems mined here in the 20th century. The Kenai Nature Trail that runs along wetlands offers sweeping views of Bitterroot Valley and the Sapphire Mountains. Along the Wildlife Viewing Area trail that borders the Bitterroot River, you may spot beavers, otters, and American mink, while eagles and hawks soar above.


How do I get around Hamilton?

If you’re flying in, the closest airport is Missoula International Airport (MSO), about an hour away. You’ll find ride-booking services, taxis, and rental cars at the airport, or you can take a bus, which takes approximately 1.5 hours. Backpackers on bikes can take the paved path from Missoula to Hamilton, which spans just under 50 miles. Most of downtown Hamilton is pedestrian-friendly, with many of the shops, eateries, galleries, and breweries within walking distance of one another, but to get to the trails and parks just outside of town, having your own vehicle will be your best option.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Hamilton?

Summer months are the warmest and best time to book vacation rentals in Hamilton, as well as a great time to take in local events. In June you can take Dutch oven cooking lessons and take wagon rides during Western Heritage Days in Stevensville, just 18 miles away. In July, Hamilton hosts the Hardtimes Bluegrass Festival. Fall and spring can be chilly, but if you want to celebrate Hamilton’s harvest season, check out the Annual McIntosh Apple Day in October, where you can munch on caramel apples or take home apple chutney and apple pies. Hamilton winters are cold enough for skiing but milder than anywhere else in the state. You can kick off the winter holidays in late November at the Tree Lighting.


What are the top things to do in Hamilton?

Ravalli County Museum

Located in downtown Hamilton, the Ravalli County Museum and HIstorical Society houses collections that showcase the region’s history, particularly that of the Indigenous tribes who have lived in the region for thousands of years. There are also permanent and rotating exhibits that feature the area’s geological foundations, as well as Hamilton’s past life as a trapper and mining town.

Daly Mansion

With a tree-lined entrance, mountain backdrop, and 50 historically furnished rooms, the 19th-century Georgian-Revival Daly Mansion is something to see. Now owned by the state of Montana, it was built as a summer residence by an Irish immigrant, who became one of three millionaires who made money in local copper. Concerts, teas, and craft shows are hosted throughout the year on the grounds. If you’re here in the third week of August, you can join the Bitterroot Celtic Games and Gathering, which features Scottish and Irish dancing, pipe & drum bands, Scotch and Irish whiskey tastings, and a parade.

Blodgett Canyon

Blodgett Canyon is six miles from Hamilton. The hike to Blodgett Falls is a popular trail inside the granite cliff canyon. This moderate trek is on a nine-mile out-and-back trail used by hikers and runners from May through October. To experience another scenic waterfall, visit Skalkaho Falls, which is a 40-minute drive from Hamilton and features a cascading waterfall that is located just off the highway.