La Quinta Inn Missoula

5059 North Reserve Street
Missoula MT 59808
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The La Quinta Inn Missoula was recently named a 2014 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award winner! The La Quinta inn Missoula MT is the perfect stop for visitors to Glacier National Park (140 mi.) and Yellowstone National Park (270 mi.). We are conveniently located off I-90 directly off the Reserve Street Exit 101. Only 3 miles from Missoula International Airport (MSO) and downtown Missoula, and just 5 miles from the University of Montana. Choose from a variety of local restaurants within walking distance including the Montana Club, MacKenzie River Pizza, Cracker Barrel and The Stone of Accord Irish Pub next door. There are plenty of shopping opportunities within a mile as well as the popular Southgate Shopping Mall. Enjoy nightlife activities like touring area breweries, experience a concert at Adams Center or unique entertainment at the historic Wilma Theatre. Venture from the La Quinta Inn Missoula to Downtown Missoula in just minutes where they host several annual festivals. Summer time boasts weekly farmers markets and food and music festivals in Caras Park. At times, kayak contests take place on the river! Downtown features the arts, historical walking tours, unique boutiques, museums, dining and musical entertainment. Family fun can be had at the Missoula Children's Theatre, Dragon Hollow Play Area and A Carousel for Missoula in Caras Park. Families love Splash Montana Waterpark and Currents Aquatic Center as well as the Hub Family Entertainment Center. Plenty of western action takes place at the Missoula County Fairgrounds! While staying at the La Quinta Inn Missoula, known as the Garden City, sports enthusiasts can watch a football game at the Washington Grizzly Stadium on the University of Montana campus or hike the University's popular trail up to the 'M'. Touring is popular at Smokejumper Visitor Center, exploring the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula or learning about wildlife at the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.