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Western Montana is known for it’s clear waters, picturesque mountains and stunning views. Missoula doesn’t disappoint when it comes to those claims. With a strong natural influence of mountains, rivers and outdoor life combined with the latest real estate developments such as Old Sawmill District and like projects, the best of both worlds really does exist.

Want to enjoy Missoula’s walking and biking trails? That’s easy … the hub of Missoula’s trail system is right next to Polleys Square™. The trails will lead you to Silver Park and along the Clark Fork River, to the California Street walking bridge so you can cross the river to Missoula Fresh Market or St. Patrick Hospital, to Missoula’s vibrant downtown area, to the University of Montana for a football or basketball game or classes, or to Southgate Mall for a little shopping. How about an Osprey baseball game? Ogren Park is just a short walk away. Currents Aquatic Center, a children’s play area and public softball fields are located in McCormick Park which is right next to Old Sawmill District™.

 

 

Silver Park, at the north end of Old Sawmill District, is a 14.5-acre city park along the riverfront trail. A timber-framed pavilion and a family picnic shelter are perfect for small gatherings and events. Combined with McCormick Park and Ogren Park, it is now Missoula’s largest area of City parks! Silver Park boat ramp is a great place to exit the Clark Fork after rafting or tubing. There are an additional 3.5 acres of common area and green-space throughout Old Sawmill District, which makes for a lot of room to turn your toes green or get your dog out to play.

Award Winning City

Missoula is a vibrant city, winning numerous awards each year from food to fitness in national surveys and studies. Some of the awards include Most Fitness-Friendly city (2017), ranking 9th in National Startup Rates, top 5 best cities for active retirement (2016, 2017), Bicycle-Friendly Community Gold Status (May 2012), Runner-Friendly Community Designation (September 2011), Best Overall Marathon by readers of Runner’s World Magazine (as listed in the 2010 Marathon Guide), 100 Best Communities for Young People (2005, 2006, 2007), a Great Small Place for doing business (ranked number 2 of the top 25 small cities for doing business in 2004), and many more. It’s an exciting city to live in and only continues to grow!

For additional information, click HERE to visit Missoula, Montana’s official webpage.

Located along the Clark Fork River in downtown Missoula, Silver Park’s 14.5 acres offers ample room for recreation.