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In a natural, forested setting, the Sundance RV Park & Campground is an ideal destination for exploring the wild paradise of Montana. It’s located on the doorstep of the Glacier National Park and Flathead National Forest, as well as the Hungry Horse Dam and Reservoir.
RV camping at the Sundance RV Park & Campground includes access to 29 RV pull-through sites with water and electric (30/50 amp) connections. There are picnic tables, fire rings, and an easy-access RV dump station, as well as 12 tent sites and a camp cabin. Columbia Falls campers can take advantage of the modern bathroom and laundry facilities or stay in contact with family and friends using the wireless internet. There’s also a fenced play area and day kennels so your pet can travel with you.
Camping at the Sundance RV Park & Campground offers easy access to Glacier National Park, a 1,583-square-mile landscape of pristine forests and alpine meadows in the Rocky Mountains. It’s traversed by the mountainous Going-to-the-Sun Road for RVers wanting to explore in their vehicles, as well as more than 700 miles of hiking trails that access its glacier-carved peaks and dramatic valleys. Ranger-led activities are conducted during the summer months while snowshoeing trips are offered during the winter season. If you’re an angler, fishing is also permitted in some areas of Glacier National Park, including at Lake McDonald, where rainbow trout, mountain whitefish, and kokanee salmon are all for the taking. Grizzly bears, black bears, and moose also inhabit the park’s dense coniferous forest.
Columbia Falls campers are also within easy access of the Flathead National Forest, which sprawls across just over 2.4 million acres to the south of Glacier National Park. It includes numerous wilderness areas (the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area, the Great Bear Wilderness Area, and the Mission Mountains Wilderness Area) and takes its name from the Flathead Native American tribe of the region. There are around 2,800 miles of hiking trails in the forest, including a section of the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail, and two downhill ski resorts that come to life during the winter months.
Directly south of the campsites at Sundance RV Park & Campground is Flathead Lake, which is a popular fishing destination for smallmouth bass, yellow perch, and northern pike. In the middle of the lake lies Wild Horse Island, a 2,164-acre island that has long been used by the Salish-Kootenai people to pasture and protect their horses. It’s now home to one of the last remaining short grass prairies in Montana that supports a small population of bighorn sheep, as well as mule deer and a variety of waterfowl.
Campsites at the Sundance RV Park & Campground are 15 minutes' drive from Columbia Falls, where you’ll find numerous supermarkets where you can stock up on grocery supplies. There are also plenty of gas stations here if you need to fill up your RV rental and a good selection of fast-food restaurants and eateries if you want to dine out. While you’re in Columbia Falls, visit the whimsical Montana Vortex and House of Mystery to see its optical illusions and browse the unique souvenirs for sale. Also nearby is a large waterpark, which is home to waterslides, a mini-golf course, bumper cars, and a gaming arcade that’s a hit with families.
Columbia Falls campers are just 25 minutes’ drive from Kalispell, which features a vibrant downtown area clustered with beautifully restored 19th-century buildings. Join a guided tour through the period-furnished rooms of the Conrad Mansion Museum with a costumed docent or browse the works of local and regional Montana artists at the Hockaday Museum of Art. It occupies a stately Carnegie Library building that’s more than 100 years old and is named after the Lakeside artist Hugh Hockaday who was active in the Flathead Valley.
Another cultural institution not to miss in Kalispell is the Northwest Montana History Museum, where the people and events that have shaped the region are celebrated. Alternatively, stop in at the Mark Ogle Studio, where locally-inspired paintings by this renowned landscape artist are exhibited. If you’re traveling with kids, don’t miss a visit to the waterpark in town, where you can cool off on the water slides and the lazy river or head to the picturesque trails of the adjacent Woodland Park.
Whether you want to stretch your legs on the spectacular hiking trails of northern Montana or explore the museums of Columbia Falls, book an RV in Flathead County and start planning your next vacation.