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Area Chambers

Bigfork
Columbia Falls
Kalispell
West Glacier
Whitefish
East Glacier

Ranches

Flathead Lake Lodge (Bigfork)
Bar W Guest Ranch (Whitefish)

Campgrounds

Mountain Meadow RV Park (Hungry Horse)
Canyon RV & Campground (Martin City)
West Glacier KOA (West Glacier)
Glacier Campground (West Glacier)

Area Attractions

In Glacier Country, our playgrounds are forests, wilderness areas, lakes, streams, Glacier National Park and lots of other outdoor areas. Part of what makes Glacier Country a special kind of place is what it's missing: crowds, urban sprawl, pollution and the like.

Glacier National Park Glacier National Park and the Canadian Waterton Lakes National Park combine to form the world's first International Peace Park. The Park's historic Going-to-the-Sun Road winds through glacier-carved valleys, below towering peaks and across sub-alpine meadows at the Continental Divide. Wilderness and wildlife abound, including wolves that migrated naturally back to the area in the 1980s.

Whitefish Mountain Resort Summertime on the Big Mountain offers gondola/quad chair lift rides to the summit of the mountain, providing panoramic views of the Flathead Valley and Glacier National Park. Recreation includes zip lines, Walk In The Tree Tops, alpine slides, tennis, mountain biking, horseback riding, and hiking.

Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Browning) The Blackfeet Reservation is home to the Blackfeet   tribe. Of the approximately 13,000 enrolled tribal members, there are 6,231 living on or near the reservation. Nearly 27 percent of enrolled members are of three-fourths or greater Indian blood. The Blackfeet Indians are commonly thought to have acquired their name because of the characteristic black color of their moccasins, painted or darkened with ashes. The reservation is made up of 1.5 million acres and is located east of Glacier Park. On the north it borders the Canadian Province of Alberta. On the west it shares a border with Glacier National Park.

Cultural Attractions on the Blackfeet Reservation
North American Indian Days - Held in mid-July
Babb Rodeo - Fourth of July weekend
Blackfeet Historical Tour
Museum of the Plains Indian
Sun Tours (Park tours with Blackfeet guides)

Boat Rentals

Glacier Raft Company offers self-guided trips for those who want an unstructured trip where you can move at your own pace. 2-person inflatables and 6-person paddle rafts.

Glacier Park Boat Co. offers rental rowboats and boats with small motors at Lake McDonald Lodge Boat Dock, Apgar, St. Mary, Two Medicine and Many Glacier.

Boat Tours
Glacier Park Boat Co. offers narrated tours of Lake McDonald, St. Mary, Many Glacier and Two Medicine.

Fishing

Glacier Raft Company offers guided fishing trips and fly fishing schools. Professional guides help you experience the heritage of Montana fishing. The Flathead Rivers are catch and release. Montana fishing licenses are required for fishing on the Flathead Rivers; fishing licenses are available at Glacier Outdoor Center along with all the gear and equipment needed for a successful day of fishing
Fishing in Glacier National Park
Trout Unlimited

Helicopter tours
Helicopter tours of Glacier National Park provide a breathtaking view of the Park and a special opportunity to view some of its awesome terrain and beauty from the air!

www.krugerhelicopters.com
www.glacierhelitours.net

Hiking
Glacier National Park has over over 700 miles of hiking trails, you're sure to find a hike that will suit your needs.

Horseback Riding
Trail rides are offered by several local horse outfitters both inside Glacier National Park and within the Flathead National Forest. Whether you're looking for a one-hour ride or want to experience a full day in the saddle, these outfitters can meet your needs.
Swan Mountain Outfitters
Bar W Guest Ranch (Whitefish)

Rafting
Glacier Raft Company offers half-day, full-day, inflatable kayak, scenic, self-guided and dinner trips for the whole family. You're sure to find a trip perfectly suited for your family.

Shopping
Glacier Raft Company offers a variety of clothing and gift items at our raft company office. Check out our wide selection of T-shirts and caps! In addition, we offer many Montana-made gifts and a complete Fly Shop for the fishermen in the family. More serious shoppers can explore the shops, galleries and boutiques of Bigfork or Whitefish

Transportation
Glacier Park, Inc. offers guided tours between Park lodges as well as East Glacier, West Glacier, Waterton, and St. Mary.
Sun Tours offers interpretive van tours of Blackfeet culture and history relating to Glacier National Park.

Water Slide
Big Sky Water Slide and Miniature Greens offer a wet way to cool off on a warm Montana afternoon. Located on Hwy 2 just east of Columbia Falls.

Other

Hungry Horse Dam Off Hwy 2 in Hungry Horse is the 564-foot dam on the South Fork of the Flathead River, at the top of the Columbia River dam system. It backs up the scenic 34-mile long Hungry Horse Reservoir, surrounded by beautiful rugged mountains. A visitor center is open daily in the summer with self-guided tours.

The Amazing Fun Center offers miniature golf, bumper cars and a maze for hours of family fun just minutes from our cabins. Located on Hwy 2 in Coram.

AllTrips Travel Guides - plan your next trip to these National Parks - Yellowstone, Grand Teton, or Mt. Rushmore/Black Hills.