Fall Fun in Missoula

If you’re renting a car in Missoula in the fall, it’s a beautiful time of year to explore in and around the Garden City. Leaves are changing, a chill is in the air, and our fine city is jam packed with activities for everyone to enjoy. If you’re looking to take in some scenery whileContinue Reading

UM Celebrates 95th Year of Homecoming Sept 24-29

Former University of Montana president Edward O. Sisson (1917-1921) launched  the first UM homecoming in 1919. The end of WWI had prompted an increase in enrollment and students were getting more involved in extra-curricular activities. Sisson would be happy to know that over a week’s worth of activities kick off on Sunday, September 21, withContinue Reading

Missoula Wave Surfing

The Missoula area has many unique things to offer, and people are passionate about spending time outdoors.  But when you are driving around town in your Missoula car rental, you may see something that seems a little out of place.  Surfers!Continue Reading

Enjoy Your Ride: St. Ignatius Mission

Visiting St. Ignatius, Montana is a quick trip that is well worth your time.  Driving in your Missoula car rental, St. Ignatius is approximately 40 miles north of Missoula on Highway 93. One of the most recognized attractions of the St. Ignatius area is the St. Ignatius Mission.  It offers a glimpse of Jesuit CatholicContinue Reading

Visit the Daly Mansion

The Daly Mansion is the historic Bitterroot Valley summer home of nineteenth century American industrialist Marcus Daly. Touring the 24,000-square-foot place, you learn about Daly’s rise from working-class immigrant to Butte copper magnate, and more. The mansion, which has gone through three remodels, is now a Georgian-Revival style home. It’s fun to step back inContinue Reading

Explore Garnet Ghost Town

Hankerin’ for some good ole wild west history?  Take the hour drive east of Missoula to Garnet Ghost Town.  Garnet is considered Montana’s most intact ghost town. Named for the semi-precious, ruby-colored stone found in the area, in its heyday the town had a school, an array of saloons where the liquor flowed freely, andContinue Reading