Follow a trail through history at Travelers' Rest State Park...

Travelers' Rest marks the intersection between cultural and natural history.  Along the banks of Lolo Creek, visitors explore the landscape used for centuries by native peoples, visited twice by the Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery, and home to a wondrous diversity of plants and animals.

Travelers' Rest Preservation & Heritage Association supports Travelers' Rest State Park through outreach, advocacy, and educational experiences that link the past to the future.

...linking the past to the future.

P.O. Box 995  Lolo, MT 59847


Link to information and application for Bitterroot Culture Camp
Natural History
Events & Education
Summer Hours
Park - 9 am to 5 pm Daily
Visitors Center - 9:30 am to 4:30 pm Daily
Family Programs at 11 am
4th Saturday Each Month 

June 23 - The Buzz on Pollinators

July 28 - The Captain's Dog

Native Culture
Lewis & Clark