- Our list of the best things to do in Whitefish, Montana, features the top 62 nearby activities — including 37 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Whitefish, MT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Sports & Fitness, Tours, and Water Activities.
- The results below include the top 21 things to do within the city of Whitefish, MT , followed by 45 popular activities in nearby cities, including Kalispell, West Glacier, Columbia Falls, Bigfork, Coram, Hungry Horse, Lakeside and Polebridge
88% 60 votes
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.
94% 34 votes
P.O. Box 1090, Lakeside, MT 59922 MoreLess Info
With an average snowfall of 250 inches, Blacktail Mountain Ski Area has over 1,000 acres for skiing that is serviced by three chair lifts, and a handle tow. In addition, the ski area offers a terrain park, and cross country skiing.
100% 1 votes
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.
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.
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.
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.
With Wild Horse Island Boat Trips, visitors can explore the area with a surrounding guide who is knowledgeable about its islands, lakes, and Native American structures. On the island, visitors can encounter a variety of waterfowl and wild horses.