The Sprunger-Whitney Nature Trail is an interpretive, non-motorized family friendly hiking trail built by Friends of the Wild Swan on leased Montana state school trust lands. It provides nature walks that identify plants, birds and other wildlife. The loop trail is approximately 2.1 miles through old-growth, riparian forest on an old Indian trail. The Pend d'Oreille and Bitterroot Salish people traveled through this area long before the days of Lewis and Clark.
The trail is named after Elmer Sprunger and Jack Whitney, two long-time residents and conservationists in the Swan Valley.