I hope you’re drinking water. I’m not implying that you are hungover from a great night of grooving to guitar music, of course. I’m just saying. Stay hydrated out there. And once your body is filled with life oil, you may find some inspiration by looking out the window. The mountains and the lake are right there, waiting patiently. And so is Big Fork.
Big Fork is small town with big city offerings. While the permanent population is only 4,270 people, the town is a thriving center of culture and entertainment, as well as a basecamp for those interested in exploring the surrounding mountains.
Today is a great day to explore. Slowly. Stroll down Main Street, enjoy some homemade ice cream, peruse the art galleries, sit by the lake and read a book. You could head to Marina Kay Resort and rent a boat or jet skis. That’s just a small sampling of the possibilities for a town that was chosen as "One of the 50 Great Towns of the West" and designated as "One of the 100 Best Small Art Towns of the Nation.” There’s so many things to do, but sometimes it’s nice to be, to simply relax. You can get active tomorrow. Today, just enjoy yourself.