Fire Information for Travelers
Montana is 93 million acres of spectacular unspoiled nature. Because of our diverse landscape and weather, wildfires happen as a natural part of Montana’s ecology. Sometimes a fire occurs near a popular destination, but there’s no reason to let it stop you from enjoying your Montana experience.
The State of Montana prioritizes the health and safety of our citizens and visitors. In addition to fire activity, we are closely monitoring the impacts of coronavirus or COVID-19. Montana is now in Phase 2 of the state’s reopening plan.
The health and safety of our citizens and visitors is our top priority. While visiting our spectacular state please be prepared for some new protocols and safety precautions.
- Know before you go: Know the local public health guidelines before arriving at your destination.
- Stay home if you’re sick.
- Understand some services and destinations may be limited.
Below you’ll find information about current fires with potential impacts on travel. If a fire is occurring near your destination, remember it’s being managed by experts whose top priority is public safety. If an area is open, it’s safe.
If you have questions or would like assistance with your Montana itinerary, feel free to call a travel counselor at 800.847.4868
or go to VISITMT.com
to start a live chat.