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Kalispell Travel Tips
Kalispell Vacation Rentals Are Close to Four National Parks
From its early days as a railway town in the late 1800s, Kalispell is now an ideal vacation spot for those looking for great recreation close to Glacier National Park. Kalispell lodging is bordered by Kootenai National Forest and Flathead National Forest, both strikingly beautiful forests, famed for their mountains carved by glaciers over thousands of years. Kalispell is close to US Highway 2 and US Highway 93, and less than 10 miles from Glacier International Airport. The area is accessed from Interstate 90, some 100 miles to the south.
The mountains surrounding the area provide protection from harsh weather, making this a good vacation destination year-round. It benefits from with long, warm summers with very little humidity, nice autumns and snowy winters.
Kalispell Cabins Are an Ideal Outdoors Vacation Location
Around Kalispell vacation rentals, visitors will be delighted with the variety of activities. For those looking for outdoor pursuits, Flathead Lake provides an excellent place for swimming, boating, canoeing, kayaking, sailing and fishing. Anglers will enjoy the fishing for bass, trout, pike, perch and whitefish. There are four great parks within a short distance of Kalispell. The day-use only Lone Pine State Park overlooks Flathead Valley, and activities here include hiking and horseback riding. At Flathead National Forest, visitors will find 2.3 million acres of recreational activities like skiing, boating and fishing. Anglers will enjoy fishing for species such as bull trout and cutthroat trout in the rivers, lakes and reservoirs. Among the most popular of the resident wildlife to spot here are the area's grizzly bears. There are over 2,600 miles of excellent hiking trails, mainly in the designated wilderness areas. There are also driving trails in the forest, with some 1,700 miles dedicated to vehicles for scenic drives. The stunning scenery of Glacier National Park, with its terrain of ridges, peaks and incredible hanging valleys is not to be missed. Here there are over 1.2 million acres with over 50 glaciers, over 200 lakes, waterfalls and lush forests to explore. Visitors should watch for wonderful animals such as deer, elk, goats, bighorn sheep as well as wolves and both black and grizzly bears.
Summer visitors will particularly want to enjoy the Going to the Sun Road. This famous road is over 52 miles long and climbs 3,000 feet. The reward is some of the most impressive views over the Continental Divide. The road is open from June and closes in October.
Visit Bigfork, the Village by the Bay
Among the interesting towns here is Bigfork, known locally as the Village by the Bay because of its sheltered location. Bigfork is an arts community and visitors will enjoy the many art galleries, sidewalk cafes, restaurants and live theater. Many visitors to Kalispell cabins enjoy the unique stores and locally run restaurants. The town prides itself on its western heritage and there are some excellent outdoor sculptures and artwork. The live theater takes place both indoors and outdoors at several sites in the town, including Sliter Memorial Park.
Kalispell Lodging Includes Everything from Ranches to Log Cabins
These perfect properties of Kalispell cabins all include high-quality fixtures and fittings as standard, including fully equipped kitchens and laundry facilities. Each home is unique in the extras it provides to make visitors welcome. If your perfect vacation includes staying on your own ranch, complete with horses, you will find the perfect place here. If you want plenty to occupy the children, then you will find homes with games systems and great outdoor space to run around in. Many offer luxuries such as hot tubs, BBQs, big screen TVs and full entertainment systems. Most also include wifi internet access.