Started in 2019, THOR’s multi-year partnership with National Forest Foundation (NFF) focuses on conserving public lands for the enjoyment of RVers and outdoor enthusiasts for generations to come. These lands are the foundation of outdoor recreations, and provide clean water, fresh air and ample natural resources to thousands of communities across the country. In addition to helping NFF grow as an organization and complete various campground and trail restoration projects, THOR has also promised to plant half a million new trees in national forests by 2025.
Nestled in the heart of the Rocky Mountains just west of the continental divide and south of the Canadian border, is Flathead National Forest—2.4 million acres of wilderness areas, mountain ranges, lakes, and wild rivers. Home to part of Glacier National Park and the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem, the forest is a true testament to nature’s grandeur. Boasting the largest intact ecosystem in the United States, it’s here you’ll find lynx, grizzly bears, and bull trout, as well as plant and animal species that have been native to the region since the Lewis and Clark expedition. Fall colors will start to make an appearance on the west side of the park as early as mid-September, but the most spectacular display of fall foliage can be found in October when larch pines begin to turn from green to gold before losing their needles.