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Between scenic forests and mountains, Logan State Park is the perfect place for outdoor enthusiasts. The park features hiking trails, winding rivers, lakes, glaciers, and wildlife for you to see and explore when you rent an RV in Lincoln County, Montana. On the shore of Middle Thompson Lake near the town of Kalispell, it is less than three hours' drive from Coeur d’Alene, Missoula, and the Canadian border.
The campsites at Logan State Park are available with electric hookups, pull-through access, and can accommodate big rigs. Restrooms and showers are on-site. There are picnic shelters available, as well as fire rings, grills, and firewood for purchase. Kids can enjoy the playground, and there's a lot of space to play and run. Hiking trails suitable for walking, hiking, and biking are close by. The lake is a great fishing location and a tranquil and relaxing environment. You can also go kayaking, canoeing, water-skiing, or swimming on the lake when you're camping at Logan Campground.
The 3,000-acre state park is perfect for nature viewing, wildlife watching, and exploring. You can also enjoy photography, bird watching, and ice fishing, depending on the time of the year you are visiting the area.
Flathead National Forest is right outside of Kalispell, by the massive Flathead Lake. In the middle of the Rocky Mountains, this two-million-acre forest is home to many animal species, including lynx, grizzly bear, and bull trout. There are several lakes, rivers, and streams in the woods, making it an incredibly scenic landscape, perfect for wildlife watching, nature viewing, and photography. Enjoy fishing, hunting, kayaking, and hiking in this beautiful natural park. Other activities available here are horseback riding, biking, camping, and picnicking. The forest attracts visitors year-round, and in the winter, you can go skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and skijoring.
While RV camping at Logan Campground, you can also explore Kootenai National Forest, located two hours' drive north. Beautiful during any season and especially picturesque in the fall, this is a great place for hiking, camping, backpacking, and nature viewing. Bring your camera and binoculars for photography, bird watching, and wildlife watching. Other recreational opportunities here include biking, climbing, fishing, hunting, and more. This is a great destination for winter sports and water activities, too. Enjoy scenic driving on roads through the forest with a great view of mountain peaks, rivers, and wilderness.
Another scenic forest in the area is Coeur d'Alene National Forest, which covers three million acres in Idaho and Montana. Enjoy spectacular views of mountains, waterfalls, rivers, and crystal-clear lakes. There are miles of scenic trails weaving through the forest where you can go hiking, biking, and climbing. There are several marinas and campgrounds where you can relax by the water. If you like wildlife watching, keep your eyes open for elk, white-tailed deer, black bear, woodland caribou, grizzly bear, eagles, and so much more. Other recreational activities include fishing, hunting, boating, and various winter sports.
While camping at Logan State Park, you'll be close to many attractions, including the Conrad Mansion Museum. The museum is dedicated to preserving this gorgeous home, completed in 1895 for the Charles Conrad family. Public tours, educational programs, and community events are offered on-site. Private events are also held here, like birthdays, family reunions, and weddings. The mansion looks the same as it did centuries ago, with original furniture, memorabilia, and photographs displayed in its permanent exhibit.
Hockaday Museum of Art is dedicated to promoting artistic work of local and national artists. Here you can see artwork by Charles M. Russell, John Fery, Leonard Lopp, Bud Helbig, and many more artists. In addition to permanent exhibits, the museum also offers educational programs, including interactive children's programs, temporary exhibitions, and special events. Some of the exhibits on display here include "Glacier National Park Mural Restoration," "50 Works for 50 Years: Hockaday Collection," "Hear the Whistle Blow!," "Art of the Railway," and others.
If you are visiting Kalispell in the summer months, the best way to cool down is to visit the city’s water park. Here you will find a six-lane lap pool, a children’s pool, a lazy river, and two water slides. The children’s pool has a zero-depth entry, perfect for younger kids. Swimming lessons, organized activities, and events, including birthdays and private parties, are often held here. You can spend a warm summer day having fun. When you've had enough, take a break in a shaded area or have a snack at the concession stand.