- The list below includes 46 free or cheap things to do in or near Columbia Falls, Montana, including 28 different types of inexpensive activities like Breweries, Art Gallery, National & State Parks and Mysterious Sites.
- From Glacier national park to Desert Mountain Brewing & Draughthaus, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Columbia Falls and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kalispell, Whitefish, Bigfork and West Glacier.
A Able Fishing & Tours offers traditional fishing, lake fishing and ice fishing on their boats. In addition, they provide day tours and twilight boat rides. A Able also offers guided tours of local wildlife along walking trails.
Situated in a former gas station, Bigfork Art & Cultural Center features a mix of rotating and permanent exhibits displaying the work of regional artists. This work includes paintings, sculptures, pottery, and more.
Specializing in fly fishing equipment, Bigfork Anglers Fly Shop offers fly fishing trips of the nearby rivers and lakes of the region. The guides lead visitors through Glacier Park for fly fishing opportunities.
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8855 North Fork Road, Polebridge, MT 59928 MoreLess Info
Home Ranch Bottoms is a family-style restaurant, bar, and campground. The area has many wild animals that can be viewed including grizzly bears, black bears, lynx, wolves, mountain lions, moose, elk and deer.
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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MT 59936 MoreLess Info
The Going-to-the-Sun Road is a 52 mile highway that takes guests on a scenic path through Glacier National Park. Not only will visitors be able to view the location's woods and bodies of water, but they can also spot a variety of indigenous animals.