Guides

  • Kalispell

    At a Glance Kalispell originates from the Salish meaning “flat land above the lake.” Kalispell is probably most famous for being the gateway to Glacier National Park. It is the…

  • Whitefish

    Named one of the “Top 25 Ski Towns in the World” by National Geographic, Whitefish is located on the shores of Whitefish Lake and at the base of Big Mountain-home…

  • Bigfork

    At a Glance The town of Bigfork is a warm and charming place. With beautiful Flathead Lake, boating, fishing, kayaking, hiking, and golf are all at your fingertips.   If…

  • Lakeside

    At a Glance Lakeside and Somers are located on the shores of 13 miles of beautiful Flathead Lake. They are conveniently located just 8 miles south of Kalispell. These two…

  • Columbia Falls

    At a Glance Columbia Falls is conveniently located close to Glacier National Park, Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort, Flathead Lake, and offers a local Montanan flair of dining. It is the…

  • Somers

    At a Glance Lakeside and Somers are located on the shores of 13 miles of beautiful Flathead Lake. They are conveniently located just 8 miles south of Kalispell. These two…

  • Marion

    Located just off Highway 2 near Little Bitterroot Lake, Marion was initially used by railroad workers building the railroad line into Kalispell. Nearby is Lost Trail National Wildlife Refuge, whose…

  • Libby

    Libby, Montana, is a uniquely located town in northwestern Montana where the Cabinet Mountains meet the Kootenai River. Surrounded by the public lands of the Kootenai National Forest, Libby offers…

  • Eureka

    At a Glance The historical town of Eureka is located in an area referred to as the “Tobacco Valley.” It was founded in the 1880’s as settlers moved from Canada…

  • Polson

    Polson is located on the Flathead Indian Reservation in a natural amphitheater at the south end of Flathead Lake. This charming lakeside community is the trading center for one of…