As busy as this majestic corner of Montana gets during the summer, you'll feel like you're in your own private hideaway at this fun campground. Sprawling across 33 acres of a secluded, forested valley, it's a mere 24 miles from Glacier National Park and a short drive from Whitefish and Kalispell. This KOA is renowned for its kid-friendly areas. It also features an adults-only hot tub, game room, free mini golf, free fun-bikes, walking trails. There's even a free Frisbee golf course. Check out Buffalo Bob's Family Entertainment Center - a restaurant serving pizza, sandwiches, salads, as well as a free hot breakfast in the summer. Enjoy the indoor/outdoor swimming pool. Hosts can help you with Glacier National Park information and other attractions, such as whitewater rafting and horseback-riding trips. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 100 feet. Your hosts: the Staves family. E-mail us at:  [email protected]NEW! - Take a Virtual Tour of our campground online now!

Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 90' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Pool (5/15 - 9/15)
  • Hot Tub/Sauna
  • Snack Bar ($)
  • Propane ($)
  • Kamping Kitchen
  • Mini Golf
  • Firewood ($)
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Ways to Stay

KOA Holiday

KOA Holiday Campgrounds

Whether you’re exploring the local area or hanging out at the campground, KOA Holidays are an ideal place to relax and play. There’s plenty to do, with amenities and services to make your stay memorable. Plus, you’ll enjoy the outdoor experience with upgraded RV Sites with KOA Patio® and Deluxe Cabins with full baths for camping in comfort. Bring your family, bring your friends, or bring the whole group – there’s plenty of ways to stay and explore.

KOA Holidays Feature:

  • RV Sites with a KOA Patio®
  • Deluxe Cabins with full baths
  • Premium Tent Sites
  • Group meeting facilities

Latest Hot Deal

Big Weekend Care Camps

When: May 9 – 10, 2025

What: Stay at a participating KOA campground on May 9 & 10, 2025, and 50%* of the cost of the site on the second night will be donated to Care Camps!

Why: Your stay will make a difference in the lives of children with cancer, by helping raise funds for medically supervised pediatric oncology camps. These camps help children who have cancer enjoy care-free time focusing on fun, friends, and activities instead of on their illness. Funds raised from Saturday, May 10, will be donated to the Care Camps Foundation, which distributes $2 million annually to support 100+ pediatric oncology camps across the U.S. and Canada. Learn more at * Only valid at participating KOA locations. Applies to one site, for two consecutive nights at the same KOA. Sites may be limited. Only KOA Rewards discounts apply.

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Local Area

Glacier National Park

There are many ways to see the spectacular beauty of outstanding Glacier National Park . Plan to use us as your base camp while you explore the many wonders of the area. One of the most awesome drives in America is along the Going to the Sun Highway. You may take your own car or van over the highway or we can arrange for you to take a trip over the top in one of the historical "red jammer" tour buses that have been rebuilt and went back into operation in the summer of 2002.

For a more personal trip, we can rent you an automobile. While the Going to the Sun Highway is open to personal cars, it is closed to any vehicle over twenty-six feet in length, so leave your motor home or trailer with us while you explore this one of a kind highway. There are more than fifty hiking trails in Glacier National Park. The staff at KOA has hiked most of them and can help you plan any type of hiking adventure from an easy stroll, to hikes of whatever level of difficulty you desire. There are even wheelchair accessible trails in the park. The KOA can provide you with not only information, but will be happy to prepare a lunch for you to take on the trail along with any necessities you may have left at home. We can also arrange a guided trip if you prefer.

Still, there are other ways to enjoy Glacier National Park ranging from airplane or helicopter trips over the park, to a whitewater rafting trip down the outer boundary of the park. We will be happy to arrange any of these activities for you.
National Park Service - Glacier National Park


Bob Marshall Wilderness Area

As if Glacier National Park wasn't enough, we are situated only a few miles from the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area . Still using the KOA as your base camp, you can hike, fish and explore this world famous wilderness area. In the late summer, people gather from miles around to pick wild huckleberries, a famous specialty of this region. You don't need a license or any special equipment, just help yourself to nature's bounty. We'll be glad to point you in the right direction and explain how to find them.


Flathead National Forest

If you still haven't had enough of nature while hiking in Glacier National Park and the Bob Marshall Wilderness area, we also have a tremendous amount of National Forest land with even more hiking trails. These forests are open to the public and provide a great place to observe wildlife, such as elk, deer, mountain goats and bighorn sheep. You may also come across a flock of wild turkeys or startle a covey of grouse. Sit on a log and watch the pine squirrels search for food or wait for a rabbit to hop in front of you. Listen to the song of many different types of birds and keep an eye open for a glimpse of a bald eagle. These forests are also a great place to search for our much-treasured huckleberries or a quiet stream for some fly-fishing.


Flathead Lake and Whitefish Lake

Flathead Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi River. Whitefish Lake is a smaller mountain lake, with fewer people, located a few miles from the campground. Both of these lakes offer many opportunities for recreation. You can enjoy water skiing, fishing, kayaking, and sailing, use a personal watercraft, or take a pleasure boat trip on either lake. Both lakes are perfect for swimming or relaxing while watching the birds and other wildlife. Lake Koocanusa: Lake Koocanusa was created in 1974 when the Kootenai River was damned just North of Libby, Montana. The road around this lake is a National Forest Service Scenic Byway and makes a great place to take a drive in a recreational vehicle, a car or on a motorcycle.


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