- TripBuzz found 40 things to do with kids in or near Bigfork, Montana, including 25 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kalispell, Columbia Falls, Polson and Coram.
- From Bigfork Anglers to Swan Lake, the Bigfork area offers 32 different types of family activities, including: Fishing, Theaters, Lake and Hiking Trails.
- Located at 2,900 feet above sea level in the picturesque mountains of northwestern Montana sits Bigfork. The city features over 180 miles of shoreline and is a popular tourist destination for water sports and fishing. Known as 'Montana's Christmas Village', the city is transformed for the holidays each year with lights, garland and holly throughout.
Offering a variety of fishing tours, Crane Mountain Guide Service Private Tours provides wilderness fishing experiences to visitors. The company specializes in fly-fishing tours and guided floats on the Swan and Flathead rivers.
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.
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.
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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.
Established sport facilities are available within Carlyle Johnson Park, including four baseball diamonds and three soccer fields. Multiple local soccer leagues use the park's fields, and there is a children's playground.
Visitors can enjoy rentals for kayaks, mountain bikes, and stand up paddle boards along with guided tours with Base Camp Bigfork - Day Tours. The guided tours will take guests canoeing and kayaking through Montana's Flathead Valley rivers and lakes.