Polson Montana on Flathead Lake. Polson is on the southern half of Flathead Lake on the Flathead Indian Reservation. Reservation. Permits are available locally and online.
There are many activities happening in Polson MT any given year. The season opens with a Memorial Day parade and laying of the flowers at the local cemetery. Popular events include the Miracle of America Live History Days – Always the 3rd weekend in July
The Main Street Cherry Festival – last weekend of July, and the Sandpiper Art Gallery on the Courthouse Lawn in August in conjunction with the Mission Valley Cruisers Car Show.
Of course there’s always Flathead Lake. If you’re looking for a boat, check out Boat Rentals and Rides, they even deliver to your vacation rental or home. Fishing areas near Polson Montana include Ducharme Fishing Access on highway 35. There is also Walsted Fishing Access on highway 93
Lazy Days begin and end with sunshine. When your in Polson MT there are three lakeside parks. They are Riverside, Sacajawea Park/City Dock, and Boettcher Park down by the ol’ nine golf course.
The Polson Montana Parks Department endeavors to promote active and vibrant living by providing a great variety of recreational opportunities to choose from. With over 30 acres of parkland, the Parks & Recreation staff maintains 12 park areas, including a skate park, dog park, sports fields, picnicking facilities and playgrounds.
Go swimming, fishing or boating at our waterfront parks. The City of Polson currently has over 10 miles of walking/biking paths within the city limits connected to an additional 20 miles outside the city boundaries. Come allow us to help you make great memories while you play, relax, and recreate in our great little city on the lake.
Additionally, Polson is a community that cares for its urban forest environment and is proud to be a certified Tree City USA for 31 years through the Arbor Day Foundation.
Hours of Operation: All City Parks are open from 7 AM till dusk.