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Treehouse in Columbia Falls
Raven's Nest Treehouse at MT Treehouse Retreat
Montana Treehouse Retreat as featured in: Zillow, DIY Network, HGTV, Time, Outside Mag. Nestled on 5 wooded acres, this artistically designed two story treehouse has all the luxury amenities. Within 30 minutes to Glacier National Park, minutes from Whitefish Mtn Ski Resort. Best of both worlds if you want to experience Montana nature as well have access to restaurants/shopping/ activities in Whitefish and Columbia Falls (within a 5 min drive). Glacier Park International Airport is 10 miles away.
$355 per night
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Treehouse in Columbia Falls
Meadowlark Treehouse at Montana Treehouse Retreat
Montana Treehouse Retreat: As Seen ON: IG (@mttreehouse) , Zillow, DIY Network, HGTV, Time, Outside Mag. Nestled on 5 wooded acres, this artistically designed two story treehouse has all the luxury amenities. Within 30 minutes to Glacier National Park, minutes from Whitefish Mtn Ski Resort. Best of both worlds if you want to experience Montana nature as well have access to activities in Whitefish and Columbia Falls (within a 5 min drive). Glacier Park International Airport is 10 miles away
$316 per night
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Guest suite in Whitefish
Whitefish Secluded, near town studio apartment
Our guest studio is brand new and has a separate private outside, upstairs entrance. You will be a 5 minute drive from downtown Whitefish and staying in a beautiful, rural area of Whitefish. Our property rests on 5 acres and wildlife are frequent guests here. The guest studio has a very comfortable king sized bed with organic linen bedding. Black out shades are provided. There is a shower/bath combo in the large bathroom (separated by a door) and a hanging rod available for clothes
$103 per night
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Casey's69 locals recommend
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The Great Northern Bar & Grill61 locals recommend
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Jersey Boys Pizzeria26 locals recommend
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Whitefish Lake Golf Club52 locals recommend
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Whitefish Montana51 locals recommend
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Hellroaring Saloon10 locals recommend

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Private room in Whitefish
Solo Ski Bumb
$51 per night
Condo in Whitefish
Beautiful Modern Downtown Loft
$102 per night
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Guesthouse in Kalispell
Luxurious 1-Bdrm Couple's Retreat. Quiet & Private
$67 per night
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Tiny home in Columbia Falls
Glacier Retreat - 25 minutes from Big Mountain
$311 per night
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Condo in Whitefish
Historic Condo in Downtown Whitefish, Montana!
$89 per night
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Condo in Columbia Falls
Meadow Lake Golf Resort 1br suite, Sunday check-in
$70 per night
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Private room in Whitefish
The Bear Den - Private Floor of Mountain Chalet
$55 per night
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Bungalow in Kalispell
Modern Woodsy Peacock Home with Hot Tub!
$117 per night
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Loft in Whitefish
Whitefish Condo nestled in the trees on Big Mt
$84 per night
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Guesthouse in Kalispell
The Aspen Abode ~ Revitalize Your Adventure
$45 per night
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Cabin in Whitefish
Hollywood 800
$99 per night
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Hotel room in Whitefish
Single Queen at Après Whitefish Hotel
$106 per night
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Your guide to Whitefish

All About Whitefish

A picturesque mountain town in the northwest corner of Montana, Whitefish is home to a classic Western-style main street, and it makes an excellent base for exploring the natural wonders of Glacier National Park and Whitefish Lake.

This town can be found at the base of Big Mountain, which offers some of the best skiing in this region of the United States, and in summer you’ll find a range of hiking trails along its slopes. In addition, the West Entrance to Glacier National Park is just a 30-minute drive away. The park features stunning mountain ranges that were carved thousands of years ago by prehistoric ice rivers. Within the 1,600-square-mile park, you’ll be able to explore alpine meadows, waterfalls, and forests, as well as 25 glaciers and 200 lakes, as weather permits. After a day of outdoor adventuring, head back to town to enjoy a wide array of dining options or enjoy a rewarding beer at one of the town’s craft breweries.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Whitefish?

Given its northern location, Whitefish experiences long winters, a late spring, and a glorious summer. The summer months of June through August, not surprisingly, are the most popular time to book Whitefish vacation rentals, when daytime temperatures are quite hot, the humidity remains low, and nights get chilly but not too cold. A huge music and arts festival takes place here each July, bringing in visitors and performers from all around. Fall in Whitefish, which generally begins mid-September, is a wonderful time to visit, as temperatures are pleasant and the changing leaves are stunning, making this the ideal time to explore Glacier National Park before the snows arrive. Much of the park closes down in winter, but ski season brings the nearby resort to life. Skiing remains a popular activity well into spring, and if you’re lucky, you’ll spot animals coming out of hibernation on hikes through the region.


What are the top things to do in Whitefish?

Northwest Montana History Museum

Located in the charming town of Kalispell, a 25-minute drive from Whitefish, the Northwest Montana History Museum is a remarkable place to learn about the area’s history. The museum is housed in the late 19th-century Central School building, which was one of the first stone-and-brick buildings in the Flathead Valley. The exhibits illuminate local Northwest Montana history, and the museum offers tours and programs on local history.

Going-to-the-Sun Road

This spectacular 50-mile paved road, completed in 1932, divides Glacier National Park in half from east to west, and its full expanse is only open to the public from July through mid-October (you’ll want to check the park website for updates on road closures). As you drive up Logan Pass, which is 6,500 feet above sea level, you’ll cross the Continental Divide. You can also pull over at scenic lookout points along the road to admire the different types of terrain in the park, from alpine tundra at the top of the pass to cedar forests and glacial lakes in the lower valleys.

Viking Creek Nature Trail

This interpretive nature trail is located in the Averill’s Viking Creek Wetland Preserve, which consists of 30 acres of protected wetlands. Well-placed signs and a trail guide will guide you along the trail and help you learn about the native plants and animals that live there. This gentle trail is suitable for all levels of hikers.

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