Attractions

A Carousel for Missoula
A Carousel for Missoula is one of the first fully hand-carved carousels to be built in the United States since the Great Depression. Open daily, with the exception of 12 days in January when major maintenance is performed.
Provided by:
A Carousel for Missoula
(406) 549-8382

Dragon Hollow
Dragon Hollow, built by 4000 volunteers in just nine days in the spring of 2001, has many fun and artistic elements thanks to local children and other artists. It is open dawn to dusk daily, weather permitting, and is free to the public.
Provided by:
A Carousel for Missoula
(406) 549-8382

Splash Montana
Features at Splash Montana include three exciting 3-story water slides, spray features and kiddie Grizzly slide, a lazy river float-way with a wild river branch, floating play structures, two party shelters, Crazy Creek Café, family locker rooms, lounge chairs and sun shades.
Provided by:
Missoula Parks & Recreation
(406) 542-9283

Currents Aquatic Center
Currents’ four pools have engaging water features for every age. Currents is also home to Parks and Recreation headquarters and Headwaters, a beautiful state-of-the-art community meeting room available for public use.
Provided by:
Missoula Parks & Recreation
(406) 721-7275

Mobash Skate Park
Mobash Skate Park is open daily in McCormick Park in downtown Missoula. Helmets are required in the 15,000-square foot park. Mobash is a home-grown project conceived and developed by local skaters in partnership with the City of Missoula. Many generous donors helped fund the project, and professional skateboarder and philanthropist Tony Hawk kicked off the fun at the 2006 grand opening of the park.
Provided by:
Missoula Parks & Recreation
(406) 721-7275

Memorial Rose Garden Park
Memorial Rose Garden Park was established in 1944 by the city and the Missoula Rose Society to commemorate members of the armed forced killed in World War II. It has since become the site for memorials dedicated to casualties of America’s conflicts including Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, the Persian Gulf and Korea. In addition, there are a variety of other memorials throughout the park, including the Missoula Law Enforcement Memorial. In April 1999, the Missoula Memorial Rose Garden was designated as a “State Veteran’s Memorial Rose Garden” and the Korean War Memorial as a “State Korean War Memorial.” Both are shown on official Montana State Highway maps.