GLACIER NATIONAL PARKS BACK YARD.
Sunlight seems to last forever during the Montana summer. Make the most of these long, golden days by biking, jogging, hiking, sightseeing, and more.
Go for a swim
Easily accessible beaches and marinas of Flathead Lake, the biggest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi, are as close as 20 minutes from Kalispell. Sailors love Flathead Lake for the consistent calm breeze, while boaters and water skiers easily spread out across the its massive waters. You'll also find swimmers and divers exploring the crystal-clear, glacial currents.
Ride your bike
Use the Great Northern Bike Trail to access everything in Kalispell from breweries to boutiques. Explore Kalispell's restaurants, shops, golf courses, galleries, museums, parks, farmers markets, festivals, and more. You'll find more great biking and hiking trails at Lone Pine State Park, Herron Park Foys' to Blacktail, Pig Farm, and at more locations.
RV Camping Near Glacier National Park – Choose Montana Basecamp
The Crown Jewel of the Continent, Glacier National Park, is a 45 minute's drive from Kalispell. Drive the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road to Logan Pass, wander more than 700 miles of hiking trails, or take a whitewater raft trip on the scenic Flathead River. This park, known for its lush valleys on the west side of the Continental Divide and its dramatic, exposed peaks to the east, could take lifetimes to explore.