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Make Kalispell your next getaway—choose from 6 great vacation rentals

The largest town in Northwest Montana, with a population of 93,000, Kalispell offers abundant natural beauty and all-seasons recreation, as well as a rich history from the Old West era from its days of being a railroad boomtown. Experience this delightful mix of attractions firsthand with a stay in one of our Kalispell vacation rentals.

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Kalispell vacation rentals for every getaway

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Foothill Cabin 3D Tour
2 Bed | 1.5 Bath | Sleeps 6

Foothill Cabin - Kalispell, MT

From $105
PeachTree Barn Enterprise
3 Bed | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 6

PeachTree Barn Enterprise - Kalispell, MT

From $170
Harbin Hill 3D Tour
3 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Harbin Hill - Kalispell, MT

From $155
Foys Lake Fantasy
2 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 12

Foys Lake Fantasy - Kalispell, MT

From $254
High Road Estate 3D Tour
5 Bed | 5.5 Bath | Sleeps 10

High Road Estate - Kalispell, MT

From $589

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Recent Kalispell vacation rental reviews

This house was exactly what we were looking for, great location, lots of space inside and out plus, a reasonable rate. The only complaint I had was two of the bedrooms had an open air space so sound traveled more easily.
Harry V. | Sep 2021
We were a group of nine friends who gathered from across the southern US for a well-deserved vacation. This home is the PERFECT location to visit Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake and Wild Horse Island, Whitefish, and Kalispell. The house has six bedrooms, and we had plenty space for to have fun as a group and for each to have his own sanctuary when we were not exploring the area. The house is well-equipped with plenty of towels and kitchen utensils to feed a large group. The huge table was great for eating meals together and playing games in the evening. The hot tub is great after a day of hiking! We could not have chosen a better a place to enjoy the week!
Kimberly R. | Sep 2021
This house had lots of amenities and was great when traveling with little kids. Plenty of dishes, towels, pillows etc. Beds were comfy and the house was clean! Needs some upkeep and slight modifications. Not all of the windows opened in the house (some latches were entirely broken off & some seemed painted shut). The blinds in the master bedroom need to be upgraded; the neighbor left their porch light on all night and the blinds did not filter the light--it was very bright in the room all night. I would recommend this home to people traveling with young children.
Abigael B. | Aug 2021

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Where is Kalispell, MT?

Located in the Flathead Valley, Kalispell – Salish for “flat land above the lakes" – lies 15 miles south of the mountain town, Whitefish and 25 miles north of Flathead Lake and its quaint lakefront communities like Somers, gorgeous Lakeside, and quiet Rollins. Kalispell is also a prime jumping off point for adventures in Glacier National Park, beginning at the park’s West Glacier entrance 25 miles northeast.

Things to do in Kalispell, MT

Surrounded by the Flathead National Forest, Kalispell boasts myriad options for exploring outdoors. Just five miles west of downtown, Lone Pine State Park offers hiking and mountain biking trails, horseback riding, and snowshoeing during the winter. Pause at the top of the Ernest and Hazel White Memorial Trail any time of the year for breathtaking, panoramic views of the Flathead Valley framed by the Swan Range and the soaring peaks of Glacier National Park on the horizon.

Enjoy rod-bending trout fishing on the Flathead River, work on your swings at the scenic Buffalo Hill Golf Course, or head out with any of the area’s numerous outdoor guide companies that’ll have you exploring the valley by land, air, and water. Our comfortable vacation rentals take the guesswork out of lodging, freeing you up to focus on local activities and attractions.

History buffs will find their fill of Old West charm in historic downtown Kalispell. Pick up a downtown walking tour map along Main Street to learn about the area’s turn-of-the-nineteenth-century roots while strolling past hundred-year-old buildings currently housing sports bars, western boutiques, and delicious restaurants. Just east of downtown, the Conrad Mansion Museum, a home originally built in 1895 and turned into a museum in 1974, is also a worthwhile stop for a fascinating look at how the town’s founders lived. 

Day trips from Kalispell, MT

One of the main draws of Northwest Montana, Glacier National Park is a fun daytime adventure and under an hour roundtrip (depending on traffic) from the comfort of your vacation rental. Drive on the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road to explore the park’s vast western sections, which include the picturesque Highline Loop and Grinnell Glacier Trail.

If you’re looking for mountain sports, you’ll find plenty of year-round options at Whitefish Mountain Resort, 23 miles north. Bring along your skis or snowboard during the winter to take on over 3000 acres of mountain terrain, encompassing 105 ski trails, five terrain parks, and slopes for all skill levels. 

When warm weather arrives, the resort transforms into a downhill mountain biking mecca, so don’t forget to grab your bike! The resort also offers thrilling zip line tours, an alpine slide, an aerial adventure park, and an oversized playground for children called Spider Monkey Mountain - fun for the whole family.

Come play in the bounty of Big Sky Country and live like a local in one of our cozy vacation rentals in Kalispell.

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