Fort Missoula Regional Park
2014 Missoula County Parks and Trails Bond
Thank you, Missoula, for your support of the 2014 Missoula County Parks and Trails Bond. The bond funds the development of Fort Missoula Regional Park, 10 new or improved City playgrounds, and a new trails program for Missoula County.
See the links below for current project information specific to Fort Missoula:
- Fort Missoula Regional Park Project Page (Hosted by the City of Missoula)
- Friends Of Fort Missoula Regional Park (Hosted by the Friends of Fort Missoula)
Fort Missoula Regional Park Documents & Information
- Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Parks & Trails Bond (7/7/14)
- Fort Missoula Regional Park Design Development
Fort Missoula Regional Park is located at the intersection of South and Fort Missoula Road. The amenities include:
- baseball fields
- a basketball court
- horseshoe pits
- jogging trails
- a picnic shelter
- picnic tables
- play equipment
- soccer fields
- tennis courts
- volleyball court
Missoula County contracts with City of Missoula Parks & Recreation to manage and maintain this park. If you are interested in reserving a sports facility or picnic shelter, please click here to visit their website.
Click here for a map.
The Missoula County Parks & Trails Advisory Board conducted two public hearings on the Master Plan design details for the County-owned portion of Fort Missoula Regional Park. The Missoula County Advisory Board approved the plan on Thursday, November 8th, 2012 and the Missoula Board of County Commissioners approved the plan on Wednesday, November 28th, 2012.
A copy of the Master Plan design details is available for public inspection here and at the Missoula County Parks and Trails Program office, 323 W. Alder, Missoula, Montana.
For additional information, please contact 406-258-4716.
Fort Missoula Regional Park Design Development
Fort Missoula Regional Park Business Plan
- Click here for the Proforma study prepared for the City and County to guide operations for the regional park once it is fully developed and remodeled.
Please contact Lisa Moisey, County Parks and Trails Manager, at 406-258-4716 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.