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Aerial view of a car on a road winding through the badlands of Makoshika State Park

Getting Around

Resources for traveling in Montana

Car Rental

Montana is a big state, with thousands of miles of open roads --- and there’s no better way to explore it than traveling by road. Car rental services are widely available to get you from the airport to the state’s top attractions and everywhere in-between.

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RV Rental

Bring the accommodations with you using RV rental and other services. Set up at a campground in Montana’s spectacular unspoiled nature so you can maximize your time exploring it.

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EV Charging Stations

Montana currently has 80 EV charging locations with 211 EVSE ports available, with more coming on line all the time. Use the Alternative Fuels Data Center map on the next page to see the locations of stations in Montana. 

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Traveling between Chicago and Portland/Seattle the Empire Builder serves Montana’s Amtrak stations along Montanan's Highline.  There are multiple stops near Glacier National Park and stations in the small towns listed below from West to East.

  1. Libby
  2. Whitefish
  3. West Glacier
  4. Essex
  5. East Glacier
  6. Browning
  7. Cut Bank
  8. Shelby
  9. Havre
  10. Malta
  11. Glasgow
  12. Wolf Point
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Public Transportation

Several Montana cities have public transportation, including Billings MET, Helena's Capital Transit, Bozeman's Streamline Bus and many others. 

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Montana Highway Map

Download the official Montana Highway Map and discover the road less traveled, as well as trip ideas and road trip routes.