Montana’s Three Must-Visit Destinations for New Year’s Eve
I can't believe we're talking about New Year's Eve already. Wasn't it just July like three days ago? But here we go, it's almost time to wipe the slate clean and welcome a fresh start as we ring in 2022!
How hard do you go?
On what level do you celebrate New Year's Eve? Do you lay low and claim it's just another night? Are you one of those that don't really venture out but stay up and watch the festivities on tv? Or are you all about it and you use the holiday as an excuse to rip it up knowing you have the day off to recover? Me? I've moved into the dad way of celebrating these days. My two kids try and stay up until midnight, we make a little noise if they can make it that late, and then it's a bit of Martinelli's finest as we toast a few glasses of sparkling cider.
What made the list for Montana?
Parties, fireworks, celebrities performing on tv shows, it seems like there's always plenty to choose from for New Year's Eve entertainment. If you need a little inspiration this year the website Pro Mover Reviews just put together a list of the top New Year's Eve destinations by state. They selected three events per state and for Montana, they chose Ranch at Rock Creek, Big Sky Ski Resort, and Missoula's First Night 2022.
The article shares thoughts about each destination including the service and experience of the luxury hotel at Ranch at Rock Creek in Phillipsburg and the fireworks and parade that make up the fun at Big Sky Ski Resort.
There are so many different activities that help make up Missoula's First Night celebration but here's what the article specifically mentioned about the event:
You’re in for a day full of events in Missoula during First Night 2022 where art and the new year clash. Watch as artists skillfully carve ice sculptures and try your hand at art with watercolor painting and more. Then, spend the afternoon ice skating and live music. The night ends with Chinese fireworks.
Whatever way you decide to ring in 2022 just make sure to be safe and be careful on the roads.
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