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Glasgow is a town located in Montana, United States. Glasgow was established in the 1800s as a rail town. Key economic drivers of Glasgow include retail businesses, health care, administrative jobs, and agriculture. Major attractions to Glasgow include Fort Peck Lake, Children's Museum of Northeast Montana, Valley County Pioneer Museum, and Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge. Fun activities in Glasgow include hunting, fishing, camping, and hiking.
Voice of Travelers to Glasgow (Montana)
Fishing holiday in Fort Peck Lake, Glasgow
Last summer my dad took me to Glasgow, his hometown. I was lastly in Glasgow when I was only seven years old, so I had forgotten much about the town.We traveled to Glasgow by Cape Air. We had a smooth flight and the staff were attentive and helpful. We arrived in Glasgow as scheduled, then headed to my grandfather's farm. I was impressed by the calmness of Glasgow; the town also had a fresh countryside feeling. We went for fishing at Fort Peck Lake, the only lake in Glasgow and the largest in Montana. It was a time when there were fishing competitions, so there was so much activity at the lake. We also went for bird and deer hunting at Charles M. Russell Wildlife Refuge.
Camping in Glasgow
My friends and I went to Glasgow for outdoor adventure. We traveled to Glasgow with Cape Air. The airline gave us a group ticket package which helped us save on our expenses. At Glasgow, we camped at Fort Peck Dam for three days. We went to Charles M. Russell Wildlife Refuge which had excellent hiking trails good for hunting uplands birds and deer. The refuge has over 270 species of birds. We were lucky to see several species since it was summer. The refuge is also on a vast piece of land with so many other types of wildlife.Glasgow had fantastic drinks at Busted Knuckle Brewery, the only brewery in Glasgow.
Family vacation in Glasgow
We took a family vacation in Glasgow last month. We traveled by air with Cape Air. The airline had excellent service. We traveled with our children and the airline provided special meals at no extra ticket charges. At Glasgow, the kids loved the Children's Museum of Northeast Montana which had a tree house, library and animal exhibits. We also went to the Pioneer Museum of Valley County which had gems relating to the history of Glasgow. We also visited Kiwanis Park and Campground for a full afternoon of biking.
Glasgow (Montana) Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. When is the best time to visit Glasgow?
A. In Glasgow, the summers are warm and the winters are very cold and windy. Therefore, the best time to visit Glasgow is in summer (July to September) when it is warm, and sunny. When you visit Glasgow when it's raining, the roads (especially to Fort Peck area) are usually impassable.
Q. Can I hold a ticket reservation?
A. If you are purchasing a low cost ticket, promotional ticket, seat sale ticket or any special sale ticket, most airlines require that you book and fully pay for the ticket immediately. Also, if you are making your ticket reservation online, the rules is that you should book the ticket and pay for the ticket at the same time. Partial ticket payment may lead to cancellation of the reservation.
Q. Are taxes included on the ticket fare displayed on your website?
A. The ticket prices displayed on our website or the airline's site are ticket base fares only. The total ticket cost is shown when you are paying for the ticket. Also, all ticket costs will be displayed on the receipt that we will send to you by email. Additional ticket charges include taxes, agency administrative fees, airport maintenance fees, fuel, etc.
Q. Can I make a ticket reservation on the phone?
A. You can make a ticket reservation on phone or through our website. In case you are stuck on the online ticket reservation or you have a question regarding your ticket, you can contact our customer us anytime.