Montana Pet Friendly Hotels Lodging

Montana Pet Friendly Hotels & Lodging

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Wide open spaces, endless skies, clear-as-glass lakes, and colorful mountain peaks define this beautiful and spacious state. Sparsely populated, rugged, and splendidly scenic, Montana is cowboy country - the road less traveled - and it makes the perfect place for nature enthusiasts and outdoor adventurers to visit.

Montana is a great place to bring pets along for a solo or family vacation. You and your four-legged companion will certainly enjoy a sightseeing drive through the mountains, or through the “Going to the Sun Road" in Glacier Park, which is widely considered to be one America’s most scenic drives. You’ll also love hiking through challenging trails, fishing, or playing at a dog park.  

Pet friendly hotels and lodging is easy to come by in Montana; from larger cities like Billings, Missoula, Great Falls, and the capital city of Helena, to smaller towns like Laurel and Columbia Falls, you’ll find hotels, motels, inns cabins, bed and breakfasts, and vacation rentals perfect for you and your pet.

Top 10 Pet Friendly Cities in Montana
Billings, Missoula, Great Falls, Bozeman, Helena, Kalispell, Belgrade, Livingston, Whitefish, Sidney

Montana Top Picks

Livingston, Montana
Super 8 Livingston welcomes four-legged guests at their pet friendly accommodation. Up to 2 pets are allowed in each room. The pet fee is $10 per pet, per night.
Billings, Montana
Pet guests are welcome at pet friendly Econo Lodge Billings. Each room can have no more than 2 pets which can be up to 80 pounds. The pet fee is $20.00 per pet, per night.
Billings, Montana
Riversage Billings Inn welcomes pets at their pet friendly accommodation. The pet fee is $8.00 per accommodation, per night.
Kalispell, Montana
Quality Inn is pet friendly. Guests are welcome to bring 2 pets. The pet fee is $20.00 per stay.
Butte, Montana
All pets stay FREE at Motel 6. There is a limit of 2 pets per room. No breed or weight restrictions. Pets are permitted unless they pose a health or safety risk or are prohibited by law. Pets should not be left alone in your room. All pets and service animals must be declared at check-in.