The Natural Swimming Hole In Montana That Will Take You Back To The Good Ole Days

If you grew up in Montana, there’s a pretty good chance you preferred natural watering holes to public pools for cooling off on a hot summer day. And with summer right around the corner, you may be feeling a little nostalgic. This year, plan a trip to Devil’s Glen, a five mile stretch of trails near Augusta, to find some of the most refreshing swimming spots in the state.

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A hike and a swim at Devil’s Glen is practically a guarantee of a perfect day. But if you’d prefer a more man-made summer adventure, you can always check out Woodland Water Park in Kalispell.