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Montana Apartments and Homes

Apartments for Rent in Montana

Montana is a western state with a population of 1.062 million people. Known for its diverse landscapes, the terrain ranges from the Rocky Mountains to the Great Plains. Helena is the state capital and Billings is the largest city.

Average Monthly Rent Statewide in Montana

Studio 1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom
$837 $901 $1070

Average Monthly Rent in Helena

1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom
$793 $813

Average Monthly Rent in Billings

Studio 1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom
$876 $892 $1038

Living in Montana

Montana is renowned for its vast unscathed terrain appropriately nicknamed "God's country." From the looming crystalline beauties of Glacier National Park to the sprawling verdant planes and geysers of Yellowstone, you'll be entranced with the untamed beauty that is your new home state. The hospitable locals display the trademark neighborliness that will make you feel as though you were born and raised there. You'll enjoy spending summers by campfires amid tall pine pine trees, and come wintertime, the surrounding landscape will be dusted with a fine white powder that will give you ample opportunity to engage in fun winter sports such as snowshoeing, cross country skiing and snowmobiling.

Arts and Culture in Big Sky State

If you are an arts and culture enthusiast, your Montana apartment is not far from a slew of great attractions that will surely be educational for you and your whole family. Your new home state still maintains a strong Native American presence, and you can see the indigenous people's and their customs at one of the tribe's various reservations. You'll be mesmerized by the garb and traditions of the Blackfeet tribe and the Crow tribe's reservation is populated with thousands of members from the tribe, many of whom still speak the native tongue.

For more arts and culture, you may want to catch a performance at the Magic City Blues Festival or head to the Montana Repertory Theatre for a one-of-a-kind dramatic feature.

Wilderness Retreats Abound

Escaping the hustle and bustle of everyday life will not be hard to do with great outdoor retreats that are just a stone's throw away from your new abode. Follow in the footsteps of two of America's founding pioneers at the Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park, or take a hike and have a picnic at the Lone Pine State Park.