What You Can Expect

We are bringing together Montana’s, outdoor retailers, manufacturers, overlanding enthusiasts, guide services, mountain bikers, fly shops, outfitters, summer and winter sports enthusiasts, non-profits, government agencies and public land owners from around the state and country to showcase the wide range of things you can do in the Great State of Montana.

At RecCon Montana, guests will have the opportunity to participate in workshops facilitated by world class outdoor recreation professionals on a wide range of topics, intended to build skills and confidence as people head out to explore the front ranges and backcountry of Montana.

 
 

Exhibitors

RecCon will draw outdoor industry vendors, manufacturers and retailers primarily from Montana and some from around the country.

Their booths and displays will be set up in our exhibitor area where attendees will be able to check out the latest product offerings and even purchase products on the spot.

We are excited to be able to bring as many Montana business to the event as possible! There will also be several non-profits, state and federal agencies, land use groups and off-road clubs present to show you the great work they are doing in the state.

 

Outdoor learning labs

We will have spaces for workshops that cover topics related to outdoor recreation in Montana.

Do you have an idea for one you’d like to host or attend?

Do you know someone who would be a fun, knowledgeable and engaging facilitator? Let us know!

We’ll begin listing a schedule of available workshops in April. You’ll be able to check out any of the workshops on the day(s) you attend.

 

Camping

We will have a limited number of camping spots to offer attendees as part of the “everything” package. The camping area is a short walk from the main event area, and is close to the Bitterroot River.

These are basic, no-frills spots in a large field that will not have any hook ups. The field is level and will have compacted gravel base so you won’t be in the mud if it rains (it’s Montana, so you never know).

In order to keep our impact to the Fort Missoula area as minimal as possible, all on-site camping is restricted to motorcycles, tents, overland vehicles, and small overland trailers ONLY.