- TripBuzz discovered 35 different types of activities for couples in the Bigfork area, including Theaters (like Bigfork Summer Playhouse), Art Gallery (like Art Fusion), Lake (like Echo Lake) and Hiking Trails (like Wild Horse Island Boat Trips), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 37 date ideas in or near Bigfork, Montana, including 25 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kalispell, Columbia Falls, Coram and Polson.
Providing breathtaking views, Strawberry Lake Trail #5 is not for the faint of heart. This is a challenging hike with lots of climbing. However, great rewards await finishers at the end of this three mile trail.
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645 Echo View Drive, Bigfork, MT 59911 MoreLess Info
Bigfork visitors looking for adventure on the water can visit Shockwave Watercraft & Sport Rentals. The shop offers jet ski rental packages, knee board and stand-up board rentals, as well as boat rentals.
The largest fresh water lake in the western America, the Flathead Lake is 28 miles-long and 15 miles-wide, with the highest depth being 300 feet. All sorts of water sports can be practiced in here, with many resorts and state parks sharing its shoreline.
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610 Patrick Creek Rd, Kalispell, MT 59901 MoreLess Info
Horse lovers come to Artemis Acres Paint Horse Ranch in Kalispell, Montana to explore their surroundings on the Ranch's adorable, dependable horses. The Ranch is a bed-and-breakfast and offers horseback trips, excursions to the National Bison Range, a championship golf course and much more for guests of all age…
Kalispel City of Parks & Recreation provides a range of recreational sports and activities for the community. Amenities include outdoor activities such as disc golf and horseshoes, basketball, soccer, football and cheer camps along with special events and cultural classes.
For a few hours with some of nature's most majestic creatures, guests enjoy High Country Trails. With 800 acres to explore, guided tours available, and horses for every comfort level, the service leaves guests appreciating the simpler things.