Visit the Garden

The western Montana site of the Garden of One Thousand Buddhas, just north of the small town of Arlee, is being created on the 60-acre property of Ewam Sang-ngag Ling, nestled in the beautiful and expansive Jocko Valley. The Mission Mountain range of the northern Rockies stretches to the east, the Jocko River flows west, and the charming university town of Missoula lies just 20 miles south. Traveling through the area offers a scenic drive to the north where you can enjoy Flathead River and Lake, western America’s largest body of fresh water, a number of therapeutic hot springs, and the renowned Glacier National Park. Unable to visit in person? View the VIRTUAL TOUR!

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Driving directions north from Missoula:
From US I-90 N, turn north onto HWY 93. Travel 19 miles north (2 miles past Arlee). Turn East (R) onto White Coyote Road. Continue 1/2 mile. Turn left at 34756 White Coyote Rd. Watch for signs and directions for parking.

Driving directions south of Kalispell:
Take US-93 S about 88 miles until you come to White Coyote Road on your left just past the 20 mile marker.

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You are welcome to bring binoculars, cameras and video cameras if you are photographing the Garden for your own enjoyment. Please, no commercial photography.