Trekker Kids is a series of activities and programs for kids and families that celebrate the outdoors of western Montana and the rich history of the Travelers' Rest site. Through the generosity of Cabela's Outdoor Fund, we are able to offer these programs at no cost to participants in 2016. Additional donations are greatly appreciated.
Test your tracking skills with a wildlife biologist from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks
Join us this weekend for the Montana Bike Celebration (for information, click here)
National Wildlife Federation joins in the fun
Test your knowledge with Travelers' Rest Trivia!
Get wild with a special guest from Montana WILD!
Speak for the trees: we’ll read Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax and make crafts!
Learn about animals through hands on experiences with skins and skulls.
The Clark Fork Coalition leads a program about Montana’s waters.
Check back for details on additional dates & programs.
Pick up a brochure at the Visitors Center and follow the markers around a 1/2 mile loop trail.
Exhibits include Seasons of the Salish, Lewis & Clark Expedition Replicas, Native American bead work and hand crafts, The Main Street depicting frontier life, and more.
Travelers' Rest offers unique, interactive learning experiences for school-age children and adult tour groups alike.
Click Here for a complete description of available field trips or to fill out our field trip request form.
Wednesday evening at 7 p.m.
$5 per adult, free for TRPHA members
May 18 - Salish Stories
with Stephen Small Salmon
June 15 - Women of the Corps of Discovery
with Tom Schenarts
July 27 - The Beginning is the Best Place to Start
with Dawn Dambach
August 18 - Raptors of the Rockies
with Kate Davis
The 2016 Bitterroot Culture Camp brings together up to 30 middle school students from the Bitterroot Valley (the traditional homeland of the Bitterroot Salish) with their peers from the Flathead Reservation. The informal camp setting at Travelers' Rest is designed to build relationships and understanding between different cultures. Camp activities intertwine cultural history, natural history, community service, and respect for both Elders and the landscape. FREE to successful applicants.
CLICK HERE for information or to download an application