Stevensville is located between Hamilton and Missoula, connected to Highway 93 N by the Stevensville Cut-off Road located at the light at mile marker 67.
Both Stevensville and Hamilton have airports if you fly your own small plane. Passenger air travel goes through the Missoula International Airport located 30 miles from Stevensville. There travelers may arrange rental vehicles for ground travel through the Five Valleys area surrounding Missoula and on to the major destination National Parks of Glacier and Yellowstone.
Cyclists will discover that Stevensville is on or near several major bike routes: the Lewis and Clark Trail and the Great Divide Mountain Trail, both of which a cyclist could exit to pass through Missoula. The TransAmerica Trail passes within a mile of Stevensville, so just take the Stevensville Cut-off road at the light on Hwy 93, and here you are! Stevensville is connected to Missoula by the Bitterroot Trail, completed in 2017. See www.adventurecycling.org for details.
Stevensville is also a perfect place to stop on a long road trip to or from anywhere along Highway 93 or I-90. With great options for lunch and dinner, unique shopping and lodging options, and historic, scenic and wildlife-rich venues, Stevensville can be a day off from rushing to the next destination. We even have a great park and a pool for children to blow off steam, making Stevensville the perfect place for a break.
Late June through September, motorcyclists could plan a dream tour of Montana and the parks on motorcycles while based out of Stevensville. Contact www.eaglerider.com or www.grizzlyhd.com/we-rent-harley-motorcycles--rentals to reserve your motorcycle and helmet to be picked up at Missoula’s Grizzly Harley Davidson, 406-721-2154, Bring your own gear or find more at Grizzly HD.
Ask about tour guides printed annually which help you plan regional rides. Imagine. This might be the way you finally make that trip to Sturgis without dealing with cross-country mileage and city traffic. It’s still a real road trip from Western Montana, but without major hassle. Belongings not going along for the trip can wait for your return in one of the remarkably numerous storage units available all over town.