WHITEFISH KOA Info sheet
Mile marker 123 Highway 93, north of Kalispell, south of Whitefish.
5121 HWY 93 South
Whitefish, MT 59937
Our campground is located on 33 forested acres in its own beautiful valley just South of Whitefish, Montana.
Each campsite comes with its own picnic table and fire pit and provides easy access to the bath house, camp store, and Buffalo Bob's food and fun center.
Sites for any size RV
- pull through and back-in
- water & electric sites
- full hook-ups sites
- 50 amp service available
- satellite reception & wireless internet at some sites
- parking available for your towed vehicle
- quiet, secluded sites tucked into the trees
- dump station
- deluxe sites with wooden decks
Klean and Kozy Kamping Kabins or Kottages
(bring your own linens & blankets or sleeping bags, and pillows)
- 1 room (1 double and 1 set of bunk beds)
- 2 room (1 double and 3 sets of bunk beds)
- kabins have electricity, heat, fire rings, picnic tables and porches
- includes private bathroom with shower
- furnished with log dining table and chairs
Tent sites, from grassy and open to the more secluded, wooded variety
- Deluxe sites are equipped with water and electricity
Amenities (included in your camping fee)
- sparkling clean restrooms and showers
- free hot breakfast every morning
- free high-speed wireless internet access
- free high-speed ethernet access
- free Computers to check your email
- free indoor/outdoor swimming pool (April 15 - October 1)
- free 24 hour hot tub (adults only)
- Fun for kids!
We have a wide variety of on-site free entertainments for kids:
Buffalo Bob's food and fun center!
- Full service family fun center
- More than 25 games, ranging from classic video games like Donkey Kong, to Foosball, and much more
- Foosball, billiards and air hockey are Free!
- Great pizzas fresh baked right here in our own pizza oven, salads, sandwiches, dinner specials, and nightly BBQ entrees
- Beer or wine available to complement your meal
We offer the ideal setting for your group gatherings and family reunions!
- Our Buffalo Bob's facility provides ample quiet meeting space for groups of up to 500. The kids can be in the next room, happily playing games.
- Your group will be comfortable inside Buffalo Bob's food and fun center even if the weather turns out to be less than ideal. (even our swimming pool is partially indoors)
- With adequate notice, we may be able to reserve a cluster of camping sites together for your group.
- We love to provide expert catering to meet your needs.
- Our central fire ring is the perfect place for your group to gather after dark to visit, sing, celebrate.
Visit Us Direct at www.glacierparkkoa.com
For photos, detailed maps of the area, and additional information.
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Local Area Attractions:
Whitefish KOA is located in Western Montana in the heart of the Rocky Mountains and right next door to Glacier National Park. This area is famous for its pure mountain lakes and streams, soaring mountains, healthy, native forests, and abundant wildlife.
Glacier National ParkThere are many ways to witness the spectacular beauty of Glacier Park, the "Crown of the Continent." Use us as your base camp while you explore its many wonders.
One of the most impressive scenic drives in America is along the Going to the Sun Highway. You may take your own car over the highway, or we can rent you a car, or arrange for you to take the trip in one of Glacier's historic “red jammer” tour buses equipped with canvas, roll-back roofs.
Going to the Sun Highway is a National Historic Landmark, constructed in 1932. Because of its narrowness and steep, winding, hairpin curves, it is closed to any vehicle over twenty six feet in length. Leave your motor home or trailer with us while you explore this one of a kind highway.
There are more than fifty hiking trails in Glacier National Park. Our KOA staff has hiked most of them and can help you plan your hiking adventure whether you are looking for an easy stroll or a high mountain challenge. (There are even wheelchair accessible trails in the park.)
We can arrange for you to enjoy a guided tour of Glacier Park if you prefer. There are also many man made ways to enjoy the park ranging from airplane or helicopter trips tours to a white water rafting trip down a fork of the Flathead River which forms an outer boundary of the park. We will be happy to arrange any of these activities for you.
In addition to information and tour arrangements, Whitefish KOA can provide you with a lunch to take on the trail, and any necessities you may have left at home.
Bob Marshall Wilderness Area
As if Glacier National Park wasn't enough we are situated only a few miles from the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area. With Whitefish KOA as your base camp you can hike, fish and explore this world famous wilderness. In late summer people gather from miles around to pick wild huckleberries, a famous specialty of this region. You don't need a license or any special equipment, just help yourself to nature's bounty. We'll be glad to point you in the right direction and explain how to find what you seek.
Flathead National Forest
If you are looking for still more quality time with nature, Western Montana is home to a tremendous amount of National Forest land with a range of first rate hiking trails. These forests are open to the public and provide a great place to observe wildlife ranging from elk and deer to mountain goats and bighorn sheep. You may come across a flock of wild turkeys or startle a covey of grouse. Sit on a log and watch the pine squirrels search for food, or wait for a rabbit to hop in front of you. Listen to the songs of many different types of birds, and keep an eye open for a glimpse of a bald eagle. The forests are also a great place to search for our much-treasured huckleberries, or a quiet stream for some fly-fishing.
Flathead Lake And Whitefish Lake
Flathead Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi River and is still surprisingly clean considering the recent unprecedented growth of our local human population. Whitefish Lake is a smaller mountain lake of icy cold waters located only a few miles from the campground. Both of these lakes offer many opportunities for recreation. You can enjoy water skiing, fishing, kayaking, and sailing. Use a personal watercraft, or take a pleasure boat trip on either lake. Both are perfect for swimming or relaxing while watching the birds and other wildlife.
This lake was created in 1974 when the Kootenai river was damned just North of Libby, Montana. The road around this lake is a National Forest Service Scenic Byway and provides opportunity for a beautiful day trip whether taken in a Recreational Vehicle, car, or on a motorcycle.
Whitefish Mountain Resort
This resort, situated on the shores of Whitefish Lake, provides some of the best down-hill skiing in the nation. You can rent skis, snowboards or snowshoes at the resort. Looking for something a little different? How about night skiing or a moonlight dine and ski outing? Our KOA is open year round, so try us out for a combination of late season skiing with early spring camping. You can stay cozy in our Kamping Kabins during any season of the year.
During the summer Whitefish Mountain Resort continues to offer outdoor experiences for everyone in the family. Possible activities include mountain bike riding, hiking
and zip line tours. We will be happy to make all the arrangements for you.
Majestic Valley Arena
Located just five miles from the KOA, this new multi event facility brings an outstanding array of activities to the Flathead Valley. Majestic Valley Arena gives horse lovers something to get excited about, hosting a multitude of of horse and other sports related events and competitions, from rodeos to horse shows and much more.
There are many suberb hiking trails throughout our area. Many of these trails are listed in the links above to federal lands. We have included maps and directions to get to some of our favorite trails on our other web site.
Golf Digest stated in September 2000 that the Flathead Valley is one of the 50 greatest golf destinations in the world. Our nearby course at Whitefish Lake is rated one of the top five courses in Montana. Let our friendly staff arrange a tee time for you and your party.
The fisherman in the family will love our local waters. Whether you use bait, lures, or fly fish, you will find your special spot somewhere nearby. Hike to a mountain lake, troll in Flathead Lake, or float a fly on a local stream. In this fisherman's paradise you can catch Kokanee Salmon, Brook Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout, Bull Trout, Grayling, Northern Pike, Burbot (Ling), Lake Whitefish, Bass, Perch or even Sierra Golden Trout.
Link: 1. http://visitmt.com/tripplanner/thingstodo/fishdetail.htm
Link: 2. https://fwp.mt.gov/fish/regulations
Link: 3. https://fwp.mt.gov/fish/license/
Peruse the area's many quaint shops and find unique and fascinating local merchandise. There are numerous antique stores if that is your interest, or visit art galleries featuring the work of both local and nationally recognized artists. You will find everything from oil paintings to prints; glass works to pottery. How about an original chain saw carving? You won't find those in any eastern art gallery!
Montana is famous for its sapphires. They come in many colors but the most famous is the Yogo sapphire, the only naturally occurring blue sapphire in the world. Local jewelry stores carry all types of sapphires and other unique items.
All the regular box stores that you find in the retail strips of any mid to large sized town in America are now right here too, for a taste of home (or anywhere else) and your shopping convenience.
Take a break from shopping and enjoy a free beer sample at our local brewery, or a superb meal at one of the many fine local restaurants.
Fishing, golf, hunting, hiking, swimming, boating, personal watercraft, hot air balloon trips, helicopter rides, horseback trips, bicycling, mountain biking, skiing, kayaking, white water rafting, bird watching, wildlife viewing, shopping, art galleries, brew pubs, restaurants, quiet walks, sunrises, sunsets, we have it all. Come visit Glacier National Park, the Flathead Valley, and the Whitefish KOA.