Whitefish Travel Guide
Welcome to Whitefish!
Montana is a haven for outdoor adventure seekers, and Whitefish is no exception. The town is known primarily for the Big Mountain Ski Resort, which has long been a popular hill with skiers of all skill levels. Summer activities are also abundant in Whitefish, from water sports at Whitefish Lake State Park to golfing at Whitefish Lake Golf Club, home to a 36-hole course. Glacier National Park, the Flathead River and the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area are all nearby, giving visitors to Whitefish an opportunity to enjoy an array of outdoor settings. The outdoor activities are bolstered by the host of accommodations, restaurants and services that Whitefish offers, ensuring a comfortable stay regardless of the season. The town also offers a number of art galleries representing artists from across the United States. For a festival atmosphere, experience Whitefish during July 4th for the Fireworks at City Beach Independence Day celebration.
The Stumptown Historical Society Museum is housed in a restored Great Northern Railroad depot in the heart of Whitefish.
Hotels & Motels
Located in downtown Whitefish, the Best Western Rocky Mountain Lodge offers easy access to Glacier National Park and Whitefish Mountain Resort.
Formerly known as Big Mountain, Whitefish Mountain Resort is one of Montana's largest and most well-known ski areas and boasts high-speed lifts, a base village with slope-side accommodation, night skiing and tubing.