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Discover Whitefish, MT

If you are a wanderer who wants to explore the incredible nature of Montana, search for an RV in Whitefish and you will enter a world of excitement. Tucked in among the wonderful national parks and forests in the north of the state, it will provide endless opportunities for spending time in the great outdoors. This small city has so much in store for its visitors, from interesting festivals to historic landmarks and a rich arts scene. On the shores of Whitefish Lake with the towering mountain peaks of Glacier National Park gleaming with snow, every nature lover will enjoy its stunning scenery.

Once you find the best RV rental in Whitefish, you can discover what is hiding in some of the nearby cities. Kalispell welcomes its visitors with wonderfully restored historic buildings of its downtown area and the Hockaday Museum of Art, featuring national artists. In a couple of hours' drive, you can get to Missoula and explore its museums and the surrounding nature trails and state parks.

The Great Outdoors

There are extraordinary natural spots on every side of the city, so whichever direction you choose for your camper rental in Whitefish, Montana, you will experience something exciting and unforgettable. Start from Whitefish Lake State Park, located right on the lake shore. It is perfect for water activities such as water skiing, swimming, and boating. In addition, there is a network of hiking and biking trails, giving you a chance to explore the surrounding area.

The highlight of the region is definitely Glacier National Park, perfect for just about any outdoor activity that comes to mind. Ride along the scenic Going-to-the-Sun Road, passing by several lakes, canyons, and waterfalls, connecting the west and the east side of the park. Hundreds of miles of hiking trails will satisfy anyone who wants to roam around the wilderness and take in the majestic scenery of white mountain peaks reflecting in the turquoise alpine lakes. Campers have a unique chance to try river camping, reaching the campsites by boats and enjoying the solitude you can only experience in nature.

Leave your footprints in the untouched snow of Flathead National Forest, an enormous area of unspoiled nature that you can reach in a couple of hours in the Whitefish motorhome rental. From the magnificent glaciers that you can reach while hiking to floating down the crystal clear waters of the Three Forks of the Flathead Wild and Scenic River, you will be taken on a journey of new discoveries. The forest is a haven for winter sports, and visitors can take part in skiing, mushing, snowmobiling, to mention only a few.

Lying to the west of the city is another huge forest teeming with wildlife and stunning natural destinations that will leave you breathless. Its name is Kootenai National Forest, and it is brimming with scenic lakes, waterfalls, and lush vegetation that you'll see as soon as you arrive in your Whitefish RV rental. Ten Lakes Scenic Area has thousands of lakes hugged by coniferous trees and mountain peaks shaped by glaciers. When it comes to vegetation, travelers shouldn’t miss out on a visit to the Ross Creek Scenic Area, home to majestic cedar trees soaring to the sky.

RV Parks

Quite a few campgrounds and RV parks are located in the vicinity, so travelers don’t have to worry about finding a spot for their Whitefish rental RV.

Whitefish RV Park offers full hookups, Wi-Fi access, and a pet-friendly atmosphere. You can reach downtown Whitefish in a matter of minutes and visit some of the restaurants and shops. The park also offers a nice natural setting. A few minutes to the south, you will find Whitefish / Kalispell North KOA. You can park your vehicle among lush pine trees and enjoy the fresh air. The campground boasts a camp store, a swimming pool, and propane services on-site. Quite a few restaurants and shops can be quickly reached.

Another option in the area is Mountain View RV Park. In addition to full hookups, visitors will have access to laundry facilities and Wi-Fi. It is located next to Highway 40, so you can easily get to several small towns in the vicinity with your Whitefish motorhome rental.

Exploring the City

The city of Whitefish has so much to offer to explorers who decide to rent an RV and roam around Northern Montana.

If you want a taste of something unique, stop by some of the local breweries. Try huckleberry beer and pair it with some tasty snacks and a cozy atmosphere, and you will get an excellent place to spend some time. In addition to the famous huckleberry beer, you can try many more types of craft beer.

Find out the role of trains in the history of the city when you visit Whitefish Depot. Train buffs will be thrilled to see an old Hertz car rental, while those who want to travel back in time can read some interesting historical facts. It is still an active Amtrak station, so you might witness a train coming.

Several festivals take place in Whitefish, attracting visitors with interesting and entertaining events. Huckleberry Days Arts Festival is the place to be if you want to admire artists and their works, as well as try some excellent street food and desserts. The Taste of Whitefish concentrates on local restaurants and breweries, and visitors get a chance to taste a variety of local products. Visitors who come during winter will have a chance to attend The Whitefish Winter Carnival and admire some wonderful snow sculptures.

Renting an RV in Whitefish, MT will bring you the magic of a mountain city surrounded by extraordinary nature and a lively atmosphere, made for your next getaway.

RV Rentals in Whitefish, MT

Whitefish, MT is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Whitefish. Outdoorsy's Whitefish RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Whitefish are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Glacier National Park, Waterton Lakes National Park Of Canada, Bow Valley Provincial Park, Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park, and Rattlesnake National Recreation Site.

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What's around Whitefish, MT

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Avalanche Lake via the Trail of the Cedars Essex Montana
Highline Trail West Glacier Montana
Revett Lake Murray Idaho
Crypt Lake Waterton Alberta
Grinnell Glacier Trail East Glacier Park Montana
Stevens Lakes Mullan Idaho
Iceberg Lake Trail East Glacier Park Montana
Hidden Lake Trail East Glacier Park Montana
Scotchman Peak Trail Clark Fork Idaho
St. Mary and Virginia Falls Trail East Glacier Park Montana

Nearby Campgrounds

North American RV Resort

campground Coram, MT
North American RV Resort is a very popular destination for RVers who have large motorhomes. With wide roads and no trees it is easy to navigate and easy to park any RV. Only a couple miles from Apgar Village the location is a perfect jumping off point for touring the Glacier National Park region. Pick one of their roomy back ins to be out of the hustle and bustle. The park has a nice playground and gaming area for the kids too.

Glacier National Park

attraction Browning, MT
With over 130 named lakes, more than 1,000 different species of plants, countless species of animals, alpine meadows, virgin forests, and rugged mountains it is no wonder why this region has been labeled the "Crown of the Continent". The region has over 16,000 square miles and more than 700 miles of trails, adventurous hikers have every reason to keep coming back to explore. You can go back in time and visit the historic lodges hear stories of the Native Americans. And maybe you'll get a sight of the elusive mountain goat, the official symbol of the park.

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Recommendations for Whitefish, MT from Outdoorsy Owners

Gas Station/ Convenience Store/ Dump Station. Good price on bundles of firewood too.

Jul 30, 2019