Springtime in Whitefish is one of our favorite times of the year. If you agree, you’re probably planning a vacation to the area! Below, we’ve put together a guide filled with the best things to do in Whitefish, MT in spring to help you have the perfect Spring vacation in Whitefish.

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A hiking trail and a family

Hit the Trails!

There are tons of hiking trails in Whitefish that we think are perfect for spring. Not only can you avoid the heat of the summer months, and the crowds of people who flock to the most popular waterfalls and green forests, but you can break a sweat, burn some calories, and feel good about being active and healthy on vacation!

For those who want to start with an easy path with their kids or older adults who are not super keen on fitness, the Lion Mountain Trail is an easy way to start that provides a huge bang for your buck. You’ll be transported into the wilderness on this easy path that gives far-reaching views and immersion into the incredible pine forests.

Now that you are more comfortable with hiking, you can do a more moderate hike that will take a little longer. Try the Beaver Lake Loop. This fitness-inducing hike will get your heart pounding higher and take you to a higher elevation to get the best views around. Plus, you can take a detour to Beaver Lake to cool off once it gets hotter in the middle of the day.

Next, Danny on the National Recreation Trail is one of the most popular long-distance paths in Whitefish that will take you multiple hours, perfect for a cool spring day that breaks to some sunshine later in the day. Begin in the village and walk nearly 4 miles out to the end of the path, soaking in wildflower views, steep inclines, and lush greenery. Then, retrace your steps for a full 8 miles!

Head Out on the Mountain Bike Trails

Even if you are not a confident mountain biker yet, you will love the trail network here in Whitefish that provides beginners, intermediate riders, and advanced bikers with everything they could possibly want. The joy of mountain biking is going fast down dirt-laden paths as you gaze out over the incredible forest floor, wildflower meadows, and gravel trails—your heart will be racing!

Adrenaline junkies will love learning how to control their bike, whizz around the rocks, and safely guide themselves down the mountain. Make sure you wear a helmet and keep an eye out for hikers as you glide down the path to keep everyone happy and safe. If you need a bit of guidance, you can always hire a teacher or go to a pro-mountain biking spot to get a ‘crash’ course on how to ride your bike!

Whitefish Mountain Resort is one of the best spots to take your tread-heavy bike, featuring over 25 miles of cross-country mountain bike trails. One of the main reasons why people love Whitefish for mountain biking is the ‘flow’ that you get with the paths. Paths connect to one another, offering mountain bike riders the chance to connect between rivers, valleys, meadows, and forests.

And you will always have combinations and paths to take on your bike. The bike park offers nearly 2,400 feet of vertical drop, two lifts for you to use, 25+ miles of trails, 9 miles of cross-country and hiking trails, and even features more than ten difficult trails for expert riders.

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Take a Brewery Tour

You can create your own brewery tour or have a company put it together for you. But no matter which one you choose, breweries are some of the best ways to find the best pour of beer, explore the countryside, learn more about the brewing process, and have a few drinks with your mates in the process. After all, you are on vacation!

We recommend going to Bonsai Brewing Project, one of the most popular breweries in the entire state. Bonsai Brewing is right in the heart of Whitish, MT, and offers a great spot for locals and tourists alike to come, hang out, sip on a beer, and learn more about the intense brewing process that creates favorites like KOLd cruSCH (a Kolsch style beer), Lil Blond Honey, Get It Together, and D’Haisy Age.

For food, we love the healthy vibe of the snacks here. You can get hummus and pita with pickled veggies, chips and salsa, or pasta salad with red pepper aioli and arugula to split with the table. If you want a hearty bowl, the burrito bowl or poke bowl with raw sushi-grade Ahi, ginger dressing, green onions, and fresh veggies pairs well with a light beer on a spring day.

Next, you can’t go to Whitefish without checking out Jeremiah Johnson Brewing Company.  ‘JJ’ Brewing calls themselves a no-nonsense brewery that churns out tasty IPAs, hefty stouts, and much more. They pride themselves on being a good neighbor, being a part of the community, and doing their best.

Jeremiah Johnson has tons of favorites that people love having in-store and also to purchase as packs to bring home. The Mountain Man Scotch Ale is great for a cold day, whereas the Hazy Pale Ale is perfect for a warmer spring day after a long hike. We also love Blonde Ale for an all-day drinking festivity, whereas the Citra IPA is perfect for fruit lovers who want to drink beer.

And if you want to make a full afternoon out of your trip to this brewery, you can order some food, share appetizers, and enjoy a few pints with your friends. We recommend ordering the beer queso, which is made with JJ blonde ale, cotija cheese, and smoked chorizo. For another starter, the tasty falafel bites or Bavarian pretzel with creamy and melted cheese, mustard, and honey butter can’t be beaten.

Lady of the Lake Boat Cruise

Another fun thing to do on a cool spring evening is to take a sunset cruise on Whitefish Lake. There is no better way to admire the beauty of the lake and see the land from a different perspective than to head out on a sunset cruise with your partner, friends, or family. Contact us to plan your trip for you. This reputable company offers a 1.5-hour cruise, captain, beautiful scenery, beverages, and champagne.

One of the most popular boat tours is the Lady of the Lake Boat Cruise, located on the eastern shore of Whitefish Lake. You can easily get here by foot, bike, or car, less than 1.5 miles away from Wisconsin Avenue. We recommend having dinner at the Boat Club Lodge after your adventure tour on the water.

Order the boat club chips, steamed mussels with apple-wood smoked bacon, and pan-seared beef tenderloin tips with mixed greens and warm camembert cheese to split the table. This healthy and tasty dinner is the perfect way to end a fun spring day.

Enjoy golfing in Whitefish, MT


The last activity that we think is the best to do in the spring months is grabbing your clubs, dressing the part, and going golfing with your mates. No matter if you have a set of clubs that you brought with you on vacation, or you have never used a nine iron before, going golfing at one of the many golf clubs in Whitefish is a fun way to see the sights, have fun with your friends, and try something new.

If you can only go to one place to golf in Whitefish, we recommend spending a day at the Whitefish Lake Golf Club. This protein and exquisite golf club features two courses, the North Course and South Course, that you can choose between during your stay. We love the variety and the large landscape that offers incredible views of the lake, lush greenery, and dense pine forests.

For just $81 during the peak season, you can play the full 18 holes and secure your tee time. Plus, if you come to Whitefish during the early spring months, it costs just $63 for the full 18 holes—what a bargain! You can also rent a cart for $46 and clubs for $45, which is honestly a great deal for how expensive golfing can be as a hobby or sport.

If you are staying in Whitefish for an entire season, it might be the best bet to get a senior membership for just $421 for the entire season. If you play golf more than a few times, this is well worth the money! And we think that golfing in Whitefish is one of the best places to do it, featuring the manicured gardens, lake view, and convenient location right on the edge of the lake.

After you have spent a few afternoons at the Whitefish Lake Golf Club, there might be other spots you want to check out. The Iron Horse Golf Club is a fun spot to visit to avoid crowds of people, whereas the Meadow Lake Golf Resort in Columbia Falls, Northern Pines Golf Club in Kalispell, and Village Greens Golf Course in Kalispell are good for a day trip out of Whitefish.

After spending a few hours at the Whitefish Lake Golf Club, it might be time to pack in the clubs, have a drink, and chat with your mates about her game. Luckily, the club offers a restaurant right on the water that offers a lounge area and dining room for a post-game treat. Order the tuna tartare with fresh ginger, smoked trout, and Thai mussels as appetizers in the casual lounge area.


Not only are there fun activities for you to do with your friends here any time of the year, but there are spring-only events that we think are must-attend if you are coming here during the warm spring months.

Spring Brewfest

We know that you might like beer—that is why you took a brewery tour and tasted the best craft beer in the entire state. Head to the Spring Brew Fest on Saturday, March 30th, from 1 to 5 pm at Whitefish Mountain Resort to taste some of the best beer in the entire state, enjoy food from the local two food trucks, and hang out with your mates. You can celebrate over 20 breweries in Whitefish and the surrounding areas, pair a craft beer pours perfectly with tasty food, and enjoy the pristine weather. Get here any time after 1 pm and pay just $30 to get deals on drinks and tasty meals.

Live Music at the Boat Club Bar

Another fun event to check out during your spring vacay in Whitefish is going to the Boat Club Bar to listen to live music every single week. They get a great plethora of local and nation-renowned artists who can get people singing in the restaurant, up and out of their seats, and staying for hours and hours listening to the upbeat tunes.

Corn Cup Slopestyle

Are you a ski or snowboard fan? If so, make sure you grab tickets to the Corn Cup Slopestyle by Toyota at the Season Terrain Park event, which will provide you with an up-close and personal view of the best athletes in the area.

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There is so much for you to do here in Whitefish, MT, isn’t there? You can see why people flock here from all over the world to explore the great outdoors, have fun with their friends, go shopping, sip on tasty beer, and enjoy the pristine spring weather. But the real question is, where do you stay during your trip here?

We think that working with us at I Love Whitefish is the easiest, and fastest, way for you to find the ideal accommodation option for your entire group. No matter if you want a large house with a private pool, or you are more in the mood for an intimate home with one bedroom to share with your partner, we have it all.

Contact us today to get started. We do all of the hard work for you, so you can just sit back, relax, and get ready for your vacation. We are there with you every step of the way, providing you with up-to-date information, correspondence, and email notifications to keep you abreast with the status of your reservation.

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Enjoy skiing in Whitefish, Montana

Insider Tips for Skiing

Before you hit the slopes, there are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to finding the best ski slopes, bringing the correct gear, and figuring out what to do after you whizz down a few black diamond runs to start your day.

First, we know it can be hard after a long travel day, but the best way to explore the ski slopes and the mountain is to get up early and make sure you get as much powder skiing as possible. As the day goes on, the runs turn to ice and slush, which can make it hard to get the right ‘bite’ into the snow.

Next, we recommend going to every single run in the park if your skill level allows it. Even if you are just a beginner or moderate skier, make sure you go down every suitable option to see which ones are your favorites, explore different viewpoints of the mountain, and test your skills in real-time. You will find a huge variety of slopes that we love for keeping it interesting all day long!

Plus, stay prepared with a trail map, either on your phone or a paper version in your skiing or snowboarding backpack. A trail map is a great way to stay safe in case of any emergencies that may arise, even if the weather looks sunny and prime early in the morning. You never know when a storm can come in!

Another great insider tip to remember before going to the Whitefish Mountain Resort or off-piste ski trails is to ensure you check your gear ahead of time. Ensure your gear is safe, and you have the right options for your day out on the mountain, including ski goggles, secured boots, safe bindings, remote finder beacon, and warm jackets.

Lastly, the final insider tip for skiing is to ask locals the best places to go! Websites and online tourist websites might tell you that going to XYZ is the best option, but locals know the town’s ins and outs. They know where it is busy, where you can find solitude, and the best runs for making the most out of your stay here.

We recommend checking out The Southern Section of Whitefish Mountain to access some of the lesser-known trails and hidden gems that people often flock to after being in Whitefish For more than a week or two. This section features more than half of the prime skiing on the mountain and offers views more than 2,000 feet above the ground.

Take a Day Trip to Whitefish Lake

One of the lesser-visited spots that people often forget about when coming to Whitefish is the aptly named Whitefish Lake. People think that just because it is so close, they will eventually get around to visiting it, going out on a boat, or watching the sunset—but oftentimes, they get too busy and just forget! We recommend booking a boat charter or a kayaking trip on the water to break a sweat, burn a few calories, and get great viewpoints of the nearby forests, hills, and picnic spots for an al fresco lunch with your friends.

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Flathead National Forest

Next, you can’t come to Whiteish without a trip to the Flathead National Forest. The forest is often overlooked due to the nearby Glacier National Park, offering thousands of miles of trails and acres that feature incredible wildlife, waterfalls, and alpine meadows. But Flathead is beautiful in its own right, offering a little more solitary than you may find on a busy weekend in Glacier National Park.

Flathead National Forest offers incredible paths that we love for all-day hiking, trail running, easy walks with our family, or bikes through the lush green meadows and past the bright blue lakes. Head out on Danny on National Recreation Trail if you are interested in a multi-hour excursion that winds you through lush green meadows and pine forests.

Or we love going to Stanton Lake to enjoy gazing out over the snow-capped mountains in the distance and dipping our toes in the bright, crystal-blue water. Stanton Lake Trail is only 6 kilometers, so this is suitable for beginner and moderate hikers alike.

For those who want something a little bit easier for younger kids or older adults who are not comfortable on the uneven trails, we love going to Holland Lake and Falls. This easy path is only 5.3 kilometers and offers around 90 minutes of easy meandering through the forests, rolling hills, and bright open spaces.

Finally, for avid hikers who want to test their limits and see if their fitness is top-notch, we love climbing Mount Aeneas and Pinc Lake. Test your leg muscles on this 10-kilometer loop that winds you through the Flathead National Forest and Picnic Lake.

Have Dinner at Cafe Kandahar

One of the best spots in Whitefish that locals really say is a hidden gem is the incredible, high-end, and luxurious restaurant, Cafe Kandahar. This breathtaking restaurant offers mouthwatering food, tiny bites, and appetizers that are sure to have you coming back for more every single day.

Instead of just going out to eat to get takeaway food or sit at home and make your own meal, the Kandahar Restaurant in the Lodge is a beautiful space that offers the ideal spot for date night, a special occasion, or foodies who are interested in having some of the best combinations in the entire world.

First, you need to start with a drink! We recommend trying one of their cocktail creations, like the huckleberry margarita, filled with fresh berries and a tang of tequila, which will have you feeling good before the main course arrives. Next, we recommend ordering appetizers and starters to split with the table so that you can begin tasting the amazing concoctions that attract people from the entire state.

We recommend ordering the scallops that are cooked to perfection, offering a buttery and silky-smooth bite that will have you looking at seafood totally differently once you leave. Then, try the vegetable soup with lamb bacon crumbs on top, offering just the right amount of salty goodness and crunch. As a main dish, the grilled and healthy cod with onions on top and greens is perfect.

Making a cafe latte

Grab a Coffee at Folklore Coffee

Many people come to Whitefish and head to the Wild Coffee Company or Montana Coffee Traders to go to one of these chain stores to get a latte in the morning or a sweet treat in the afternoon. However, Folklore Coffee is the best coffee in the town and offers a more laid-back, casual, and homey vibe to getting coffee with your friends at a local cafe.

Folklore is located right in the heart of the town center, offering the perfect spot to head to with your mates after a long hike or after shopping all afternoon. We recommend ordering one of their tasty caffeinated drinks, like the perfectly roasted winter blues drink with blue tea, butterfly pea flower, lemon grass, black tea, mango, and peppermint. Yum!

Pair one of their sweet traits with an iced drink or hot coffee to start the day on the right foot, like the ricotta toast with butter and jam, sourdough cinnamon roll, pop tart, donut, pumpkin bread, meatball, gluten-free cinnamon roll, hashbrown waffle, breakfast burrito, or breakfast toast.

Head Out on the Trails with Your Mountain Bike

Many people come to Whitefish only to explore the lake, go walking on the easy paths, and explore the town center. However, the mountain biking in Whitefish and the surrounding Glacier National Park is unbeatable. There are miles and miles of trails that whizz through pine forest and open meadows that are perfect for adrenaline lovers who want to test their limits.

Don’t just bike around the town center and cruise on the flat paths—we recommend going to Glacier National Park to go on the dirt trails, rocky paths, and cruise at high speeds through the lush greenery and see the jagged peaks in the distance.

If you are in the mood for a big day out on the road, you can tackle the entire Going to the Sun Road, offering more than 30 miles of ups and downs and a whopping 3,200’ of elevation gain! Your quads will surely feel this big day out in the park — we recommend going in the spring season when the road is closed to car traffic so you can have the path to yourself with other bikers.

Or, just bike on the maintained paths in the park, like the Park Headquarters to Apgar Village on the paved trail, Fish Creek Bike Path through the campgrounds, or the old Flathead Ranger Station Trail, an unpaved and exciting path that offers something more upbeat than just cycling on a paved path on a maintained road.

If you are an avid road biker, we also love the Gateway to Glacier Trail. This 11-mile one-way course offers a great chance for distance mountain bikers to get more used to hills and going the distance in one attempt. You can do the out and back from Hungry Horse to West glacier to soak in the scenery from two viewpoints and challenge yourself!

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As you can see, there is so much for you to do in Whitefish, MT. Going off of the beaten path is a great way to see a different side of the bustling town and the breathtaking scenery that encapsulates this incredible part of the country. When you stay with us at I Love Whitefish, we can help you go and see all of the things you want to admire, like mountains, lakes, rivers, and everything in between.

I Love Whitefish offers lake view rentals for those who want to see the sun rise over the bright blue water. You can also choose mountain view rentals if you are an avid hiker or mountain biker who wants to see the trail conditions as soon as you wake up. We also offer weekly rentals for those who want to stay in Whitefish even longer!

So, why should you choose us vs. other options in the area? Not only do we have pristine properties located in the best spots, but we are 100% committed to making sure you have the best time possible. We have amazing service from all of our customer service agents, offering anything you need during your stay. Whether you have a question, concern, or need for advice, we are here to help you.

Plus, our properties have luxurious amenities and cool features that you won’t find in a typical Airbnb home, VRBO property, or drab hotel room. We have heated pools that are free for your use throughout your stay, offering respite from the cold weather in the wintertime. You can also hop into a hot tub to ease your aching muscles after a long, multi-hour hike.

Finally, our houses are in the best locations. Our properties are in the most desirable spots in the entire state, providing breathtaking views, easy access to town, and just a few minutes’ walk or drive from the best hiking trails, Glacier National Park, Big Mountain, downtown shopping, and Whitefish Lake beaches.

The possibilities of fun things to do are endless when you stay with us. So, just ask one of our agents about the beaten-path activities, hidden gems, secret spots, and local recommendations before planning your whitefish gateway. We promise you are never going to want to leave!

Once you’ve chosen a Whitefish getaway for your family fun-filled break, you won’t be short on activities to fill your time. From laser tag to hiking to learning about the area you chose for R&R, there’s plenty to do in the beautiful Montana landscape. While you plan your agenda of family fun, don’t forget to book a vacation rental with I Love Whitefish.

The Whitefish Trail

Gather the family and lace up your hiking shoes. Just outside of downtown Whitefish you’ll find the Whitefish Trail. Walkers, runners, hikers, bikers and even equestrians follow the trial that winds through over 40 miles of public and private lands. It’s made up of stacked loops, scenic overlooks, single-track trail, and gated logging roads. See local wildlife in their natural habitat. The trail is the result of a community collaborative project with the Whitefish Legacy Partners.

The Whitefish Museum

From the outside it looks like a train station, but the historic building no longer serves that function. Instead, you can step inside to the history of Whitefish. The Whitefish Museum includes lots of railroad paraphernalia, and many other displays and exhibits. See the large tree stump outside the museum doors – an homage to the city’s former name of “Stumptown” and a reminder of the city’s past as logging town before the railroad made its way through town. You can tap out a message in Morse Code, and learn about local author Dorothy M. Johnson who wrote classics like “The Hanging Tree” and “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.” The museum is open Monday-Sunday 11-3 and is free, but a donation to the Whitefish Historical Society, the organization that maintains the museum, is recommended.

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Beaches On Your Whitefish Getaway

If your visit to Whitefish comes during the warmer months, make sure to stop by the beaches. Flathead Lake, Swan Lake, Tally Lake, and Whitefish Lake and City Beach all offer great swimming. Some may even offer paddle boarding, jet skiing, or other water sports. If you’re not there for the water, lay out on the beach and get some Vitamin D or have a picnic. Keep in mind that if you plan to swim, City Beach is the only one of these beaches with a lifeguard on duty.

Alpine Slide

Whitefish Mountain Resort is home to an Alpine Slide. Imagine yourself a Winter Olympic athlete in the luge event as you zoom around the track on a wheeled sled. It’s a one-third mile track full of banked turns, dips, a tunnel, and winds under some bridges too. Control the speed with the sled’s hand brake, or let the track take you. Children under 48” tall are free but must ride with a paying adult.

Stumptown Ice Den

Located in Whitefish, the Stumptown Ice Den is a year-round facility offering year-round ice activities. Check their calendar for days and times when public skating is available. Admission rates are low, including free entrance for children five and under. Skate rentals are also available. There are no reservations necessary before showing up, but space is limited due to COVID-19 restrictions.

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There are many lakes in the area where you can cast a line and see what’s biting. Fishing is a simple activity the whole family can do and enjoy together. Rent some gear and wander down to the shoreline on your own, or head out on a guided charter. There are many different species of trout, as well as norther pike, smallmouth bass, and many more that you can enjoy for lunch or dinner after your excursion.

Flashpoint Outdoor Laser Tag

fun for the whole family, outdoor experience. This local and women-owned business provides fun laser tag experiences in the great outdoors of Whitefish and the Flathead Valley. The two-hour experience takes place in the heavily wooded areas around the location, which include plenty of natural obstacles. Come prepared for outdoor battle with closed-toed shoes, long pants, and long a sleeve shirt to protect against sun, bugs, and foliage. Don’t wear anything you don’t want to get dirty! COVID-19 precautions include sanitized equipment for each participant and CDC-recommended distancing. Call for reservations.

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Fun with the Family in Montana

Begin and end every fun-filled day of your family’s stay in a vacation rental by I Love Whitefish. We offer three-bedroom units all the way up to five-bedroom units, so you’ll find something to fit your entire family. Relax and spread out in the open floor plan living area or retreat to the comfort and privacy of your own bedroom. Many units are close to all the family fun you came to experience. Stick to your diet and prepare a home-cooked meal in the fully equipped kitchen. Choose a premium unit for stainless steel appliances, flat screen TVs, and decadent bathrooms.
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For those travelers that can’t wait to hit the open road or skies and make their way to a destination where nature provides some of its most stunning views, a trip to Whitefish, Montana is sure to inspire. Situated near beautiful Glacier National Park, Whitefish is known and loved for its thrilling mountain peaks and downhill fun in the winter paired with options for trailblazing and taking time to get out on the water in the summer. This popular resort town is considered a four-seasons destination to be enjoyed, but there’s something particularly appealing about its many options for fun when summer rolls in. Whether you’re one for fishing, hiking, time on the water or just savoring the view, Whitefish promises to have something for you. Make your summer trip to Whitefish unforgettable by adding these exciting summer Whitefish activities to your itinerary for the next time you’re in town!

Visit Whitefish Lake State Park

Situated a mere two miles northwest of central Whitefish, a trip to Whitefish Lake State Park is a must for summer visitors looking to indulge in the beauty this destination holds. Sprawling over 10 acres of pristine land, Whitefish Lake State Park is the perfect place to spend a sunny day boating, swimming, or fishing while surrounded by stunning mountain views. Whitefish Lake State Park is a family-friendly stop with on-site services when you’re looking to rent a kayak, pedal boat, or paddleboard for a day of fun Whitefish activities.

Spend Time at Sunti World Art Gallery

Located at 345 Spokane Avenue, Sunti World Art Gallery is a great place to enjoy in Whitefish when your summer plans include some time indulging in art, culture, and history. This impressive gallery houses works of art that span Asian, European, and American influence alike. Guests are invited to come in and enjoy browsing a collection that speaks to innovative design paired with portraits, sculpture, furniture, and more. From carvings to embroidered works, Sunti World Art Gallery is dedicated to displaying diverse global art at its finest.

Savor Time at Hugh Rogers Wag Park

For many travelers to Whitefish, Montana, a trip this direction includes the company of a canine companion or two. With so much fresh air and inspiring scenery to be enjoyed, it can be hard to imagine leaving a four-legged friend out of the fun. For those that find themselves in need of a summer space to let the dog run free, Hugh Rogers Wag Park is the answer you’ve been searching for. Found at 1720 E. Second Street, the Hugh Rogers Wag Park is a 5-acre space of land dedicated to furry friend fun. A pond, small beach and plenty of open green space make this destination wonderful for dogs and humans alike. Spend some time soaking up the sun and taking in the surrounding mountains while your pup burns off excess energy in true Montana style.

Swim at City Beach

Nothing says summer like an outdoor swim and when you’re ready to escape the heat and take a dip, make it a scenic one by heading over to City Beach. Easily accessed at 70 Lakeside Boulevard, City Beach is a popular lakeside destination for those looking to enjoy time in the water, on the sand or simply making the most of an afternoon picnic with a view. Many kayakers come this way to paddle through a summer day while the many docks, bridges and pathways make it easy to take in the spectacular scenery from a variety of angles and perspectives.

Mountain Bike at Whitefish Mountain Resort

Just 4 miles from the city center, Whitefish Mountain Resort is the area’s premier provider of downhill fun in the winter and the ultimate mountain bike destination when summer is in full swing. Located at 1015 Glades Drive, Whitefish Mountain Resort sits just west of Glacier National Park, promising guests stunning views they won’t soon forget. Over 22 lift-accessed trails are yours for the enjoying when you make Whitefish Mountain Resort your mountain biking summer destination. The bike park can be utilized between 10:00 am and 5:30 pm in the summer months and for those that are rather new to the sport, lessons and guided excursions are always available upon request. From Bad Rock Zone to B-Side Zone, mountain biking for more experienced athletes is always a challenge and a thrill. If you only have time to take on a few of the routes, be sure to prioritize the four main loops known as The Summit Trail, Runaway Train, Freebird, and Kashmir.

Montana is Waiting for You to Enjoy Fun Whitefish Activities

No matter when you make your way to Whitefish, Montana, the team at Whitefish Rentals is ready and waiting to help you find those accommodations that will take your experience to the next level of excellence. Contact us today to learn more about our ever-growing portfolio of property options and to start planning your adventure. We can’t wait to welcome you to inspiring Montana!

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