Polson / Flathead Lake KOA

200 Irvine Flats Road

Polson, MT 59860

Reserve: 800-562-2130

Info: 888-883-2151

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Flathead Lake Photo

Flathead Lake

Flathead Lake is 28 miles long and 15 miles wide, making it the largest freshwater lake in the western United States. There is 128 miles of shoreline, and the maximum depth is 386 feet. The lake offers some of the finest year-round fishing available. Major species south over the years include large sized lake trout, lake whitefish, yellow perch, bull trout and west slope cutthroat.

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Glacier National Park Photo

Glacier National Park

Many options available like taking the scenic Going-to-the-Sun road which winds through mountain valleys carved by ancient glaciers, with stark contrasts of pristine cedar and pine forest and sheer rock walls leading to Logan Pass. Take the infamous Red Bus tour through the park. Also available are several turnouts for sight-seeing and photographs. For more information view the Glacier National Park website

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National Bison Range Photo

National Bison Range

Established in 1908 to protect one of the most important remaining herds of American Buffalo, this 19,000-acre natural grassland is the home of approximately 400 of the great shaggy animals. At the visitor center you will find interpretive exhibits, information about the Range and a map of two, self-guided drives through the Range. In addition to the bison you may see elk, whitetail and mule deer, bighorn sheep, and pronghorn antelope. Allow approximately two hours for the drive.

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Miracle of America Museum Photo

Miracle of America Museum

This is the Smithsonian of the West. Over 100,000 artifacts in 27 separate buildings. Contact them at 406-883-6804

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Three Dog Down

Three Dog Down has been rated the best down product. Visit their local store and factory and then take a ride on the Happy Hippo, a WWII landing craft modified for use on the Flathead River and Lake. Expect to get wet!

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Flathead Boat Company Photo

Flathead Boat Company

Whether you want to tour Wildhorse Island and go hiking to see the wild horses, big horn sheep, deer or many of the birds of prey or you are spending the day fishing, water skiing, tubing or just cruising the lake, these boats will provide plenty of entertainment for your summer vacation. Multi day discounts are available on all vessels. Please call for a quote. Call 406-883-0999 or visit flatheadboatcompany.com Flathead Boat Company at 406-250-3557.

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Flathead Lake Charters

1/2 day trips with all gear provided. These charters are fun for the entire family or the serious angler. Catch some of largest fish in the lake with Jeff your fishing guide. Contact Jeff at www.flatheadlakecharters.com.

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Flathead Lake Boat Tour

The best way to see Flathead Lake! Take a boat tour around the lake and create wonderful memories of your Montana vacation. Visit their website to get all the details atwww.flatheadlakeboattour.com

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Cheff Guest Ranch

Here you'll find cabins, bed and breakfast, no frills, lots of frills, your choice. It's a great place for reunions, pack trips, horseback rides and just relaxing. It is only 5 miles from the KOA. Contact them at www.cheffguestranch.com.

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Flathead Raft Company

Rafting the Flathead River, Touring Wildhorse Island or cruising Flathead Lake. Contact them at www.flatheadraftco.com.

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Golf Photo

Golf

Several challenging courses in the area Polson CC 406-883-8230 Silver Fox 406-675-7888 Mission Mtn 406-676-4653

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Miniature Golf Course Photo

Miniature Golf Course

Mini Golf at the KOA is always fun! Enjoy our 18 hole course - it's a challenge the whole family can enjoy.

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St. Ignatius Mission

This church is said to be the third most beautiful in the world. Constructed in the early 1890s, the walls and ceilings contain 58 original, color murals by Brother Joseph Carignano, an untrained Jesuit brother who served in the missions kitchen. A visit to this exquisite mission is a very rewarding experience.

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Cherry Picking

There are numerous orchards along the southern and eastern shores of Flathead Lake. Spring is a time of beautiful blooming trees, and mid-July is the time to pick the ripe fruit. You may stop at numerous road side stands to buy fresh picked cherries, or spend a few hours picking your own. There are also pears, peaches and apples available.

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Kerr Dam

Kerr Dam, completed in 1938, spans the Flathead River six miles downstream from the lake. This privately owned power dam regulates the lake levels to a maximum of 10 feet, between 2,883 feet and 2893 feet above mean sea level. Before the dam, the lake level would peak in June and then slowly drop until the following spring. The lake level is now regulated by a cooperative agreement between flood control, recreation, agriculture, and power interests. The hike down to the dam's observation deck rewards you with scenic views of the river, lake and mountains. You can incorporate this day trip with a day browsing museums and shops in Polson.

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Polson Rodeo Photo

Polson Rodeo

Mission Mountain PRCA Rodeo is held at the Polson Fairgrounds, just half a mile from the Polson KOA. This event is a two night action packed Pro Rodeo in a beautiful setting at the Polson Fairgrounds arena. The Fairgrounds are located across the bridge on U.S. Highway 93 North and bordered by the Flathead River with spectacular views of the Mission Mountains and Flathead Lake.

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