Polson Real Estate
Polson, MT is located on the beautiful Flathead Indian Reservation in Northwest Montana. Polson lies in a natural amphitheater at the south end of Flathead Lake. This charming lakeside community is the trading center for one of Montana’s most fertile farming areas. In a prime cherry growing region and home to numerous cherry orchards, Polson celebrates with an annual Cherry Festival. Winter brings the annual Polson Polar Bear Plunge!
Homes for sale in Polson, MT enjoy the broad, sweeping Mission Valley bordered by the rugged, snow-capped Mission Mountains. The Flathead River flows from Polson, featuring whitewater rafting and the Kerr Dam. Visit the National Bison Range at Moiese, just south of Ronan, Montana with its large herds of bison, elk, deer, antelope and barn sheep is nearby, as well as the Ninepipes and Pablo Wildlife Refuges for bird watchers. Three museums, The Miracle of America Museum and Polson-Flathead Historical Museum, offer many displays and memorabilia along with the People’s Center in nearby Pablo where you can learn more about the Salish, Kootenai, and Pend d’Oreille tribal nations. Polson also has several city parks located on the lake. Visitors are advised to keep their cameras ready for the area’s own “Flathead Monster,” sightings of which date back over a hundred years. Also, don’t miss the Polson Bay Golf Course.
Polson, Montana becomes an attractive place to be in the summertime when temperatures range from 80 to 95 degrees. All of Northwest Montana comes alive during the spring. In August, Polson hosts the largest car show in the Pacific Northwest boasting hot rods, custom and classic that line the streets of Polson, Montana. If you are looking for theater, then come see the Port Polson Players for a show. Visit the Polson Chamber of Commerce for more information about what is happening in Polson.
Getting to town in the morning? Park right in front of the Lake City Bakery and pick up their buttermilk cruller or maple bar – YUM! At lunch, swing on back a few years in time at Betty’s Diner or, with reasonably priced faire, plus a pickle from the barrel, at the The Cove Deli & Pizza; If you have room left, you can indulge after lunch with Montana-made Wilcoxson’s ice cream. Hankering to just stay in the car and pick up a burger then stop in for take-out at Richwine’s Burgerville on Hwy 93 – a landmark in business ofr over 50 years. Travel east out of town a few minutes and north up the eastshore of Flathead Lake for smokey tastes at East Shore Smoke House.