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Those looking to do some camping near Whitefish Lake can rent an RV near Whitefish RV Park Campground and get a feel for Montana. This inviting RV park is found between Kalispell and Whitefish, just outside of town. This stunning area is nestled between a few national forests, a national park, a Native American reservation, and a whole lot of other intriguing destinations. Whether you take a ride to Flathead National Forest, Kootenai National Forest, Whitefish Lake, or Flathead Lake, it makes no difference; Montana will impress you with its jaw-dropping scenery, and that’s a guarantee.
This wooded campground on the fringes of town is just a few minutes’ walk from the restaurants, shopping plazas, breweries, and theaters located in Whitefish, so you won’t need to rely on your campervan rental to get around town. When you stay at this full-service Whitefish RV park, you can choose from dozens of tent camping sites, full hookup camping spots, and pull-through sites for easy access. Picnic tables are ready for family meals at every campsite, and the park has wireless internet as well.
Aside from immaculate restrooms and showers, there are a few features to add to the park’s intrigue. A peaceful park in the heart of the campground allows for meditative walks, and a playground helps keep youngsters busy. Laundry facilities are on-site too.
The number of state parks, national forests, legendary wilderness areas, wide-open lakes, towering mountains, and scenic campgrounds in this particular part of Montana will have your head spinning from the moment you arrive. Whitefish Lake State Park is as good a place as any to start your trip off right, located minutes from your campsite at Whitefish RV Park. Splendid views are found at this charming park, along with inviting camp spots along the water’s edge. Secluded fishing spots, sandy beaches, nature trails, and much more await you when you take your RV rental for a drive to Whitefish Lake State Park.
Lone Pine State Park is another natural area near Kalispell you can visit when you book an RV in Flathead County. Although it has no camping facilities of its own, you can find lots of ways to enjoy yourself at this pleasant state park. Horseback riding, hiking, biking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing are just a few of the ways you can navigate through the woods, depending on the season.
Flathead National Forest is a gorgeous wilderness area less than an hour's drive from Whitefish. Dozens of rustic camping areas await you along with backcountry trekking spots, and some of the region’s best skiing and snowboarding in the midst of winter. Don’t forget your skis and snowboards if visiting during the colder months, when powdery snow blankets the northern Rocky Mountains.
The crown jewel of Montana is Glacier National Park, consistently ranked among the best national parks in the world. Stellar landscapes, epic vantage points, ancient glaciers, dazzling lakes, and some beautiful wildlife can be seen when visiting this sprawling nature park. You can hike around to observe glaciers and alpine lakes or search for fossils in this amazing area oozing with natural history.
Whitefish is one of Montana’s smaller cities, but nevertheless an exciting place to walk around and see. Art galleries and breweries are found on nearly every street corner in this cultured, trendy town, and window shopping can provide hours of entertainment. Speaking of entertainment, the Alpine Theater Project and the Whitefish Theatre Company both provide entertainment, live performances, concerts, and musical plays in an intimate theater space.
If you are a connoisseur of the visual arts, venture on down to Kalispell to see the Hockaday Museum of Art. This lovely collection of artwork features sculptures, paintings, and even artifacts from the region. The Native American artwork collection, in particular, inspires guests while preserving the cultural legacy of proud local tribes.
Blacktail and Whitefish are considered two of the best snowboarding/skiing mountains in the northwestern United States. Only a little bit of driving is necessary to find these mountains and hit the slopes for a fun, snow-filled day in Montana’s great outdoors. Be sure to warm up with a nice cup of hot chocolate and a tasty meal at one of the base lodges of these lavish resorts, and make the most of your Montana camping trip.