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The best campervan rentals near Whitefish

Located in Montana's mountainous Rocky Mountains, Whitefish is an excellent campervan rental location and is a gateway to the jagged peaks and glacier-carved valleys of Glacier National Park. Here you can ski or mountain bike trails that wind downhill just outside town at Whitefish Mountain Resort! The sandy City Beach and Whitefish Lake State Park on the lake have boat launches, picnic areas, as well as shops and eateries along Central Avenue.

If you like to hike, there are plenty of trails: 700 miles worth. For example, the moderate five-mile roundtrip trail to Hidden Lake is a good place for beginners. The breathtaking views and refreshing lake will be sweet rewards after your workout! In addition to hiking, Glacier National Park allows you the opportunity to explore backpacking and camping. Along with bears, moose, mountain goats, wolverines, and Canadian lynxes also live in this park which is home to an incredible array of wildlife. Whitefish Mountain Resort provides a great adventure destination for both winter or summer activities.

A year-round recreational haven, Park City is an excellent destination for a variety of outdoor activities. Whether you're into golfing, horseback riding or winter sports such as skiing and snowmobiling, this city has something to offer everyone! The beach is just 1 mile from downtown and is situated on the south shore of Whitefish Lake. There's something for everyone with beautiful views, kayak rentals, paddleboard rentals available all season long! The Whitefish Bike Park has more than 30 miles of trail to explore including an 11-mile cross country network and 22 lift access trails that service 19 downhill only trails where you can experience some dirt biking action.

Whitefish Fun Facts

At Whitefish Mountain Resort in Montana, there are 3,000 skiable acres with 105 runs and 14 lifts. The resort is only 19 miles from Glacier Park International Airport.

The spring season is the perfect time to bike through Glacier National Park. In this quieter and more peaceful period, bikers are given access to a road that prohibits cars from entering it.

The local shops of Central Avenue and the Railway District are full of unique finds. Find handmade artisan jewelry with Montana-native gems, a new pair of hiking boots for your next adventure, locally roasted coffee beans, or homemade skin products to pamper yourself at these locations.

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