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About Whitefish / Kalispell North KOA
Fee Info
Adults 18+, Kids 4-17, Free 0-3
Operator
KoA
Access
Drive In
Features
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ADA Accessible
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
No Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Whitefish / Kalispell North KOA is located in Montana
Latitude
48.347 N
Longitude
-114.335 W
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6 Reviews of Whitefish / Kalispell North KOA
Hidden just outside Whitefish MT

Great Location, they have several different camping locations to pick from. You can rent a cabin, ground tent sight or normal back in parking. Half of the camping spots are covered with pine trees. Great little place to eat (pizza) on location.

Gorgeous

What a beautiful place to be and to camp. Mountains surround you everywhere you look. Kalispell is such a wonderful little town that is surrounded by so much outdoor activity. This is a great place to camp because there are so many different activities you can participate in. Hiking is great here. I would suggest looking up places to hike near Kalispell and Whitefish. The lake at Whitefish is one of my favorites. People are kayaking, boating, SUP, swimming, and so much more. If you have a boat, I would recommend brining it here. We found a great picnic area with a dock and hung out here all day. The weather was perfect. Within Kalispell there are some great places to eat. There is a sandwich shop in town that is incredible. They have cinnamon rolls that are gigantic, and super yummy. They have gluten free options which I needed. Highly recommend coming here. Right across the street is a yummy ice cream shop (they have dog ice cream too for your 4 legged friend!). Great town to walk in if you aren't planning on doing any hiking.

good, inexpensive option for last minute trip

we planned a last minute trip (2weeks in advance) to Glacier NP in mid July. These guys still had tent sites available for the four nights we wanted. it’s a bit of a trek to the NP (40 minutes) but it’s not horrible time.

our site was nice and tucked off in the trees on the edge, but near the showers. they also provide free breakfast in the morning. newish washers/dryers were great too since we were starting a two week trip.

would definitely stay again if we couldn’t get something closer to Glacier.

we didn’t use the pool or hot tub but they looked nice and clean. they have a nImber of games outside and vIdeo games If you need entertaInment. the showers were good, lots of hot water.

Stunning Area

This entire park is beautiful! The picturesque mountains make for beautiful pictures.

Lots to offer

You certainly won’t get bored here. There are lots of things to keep the kids busy so you don’t even have to leave the campground. The store, laundry and bathhouse were all nice. I was a bit nervous about navigating this place though. The loops were tight and the sites very close. Most sites will need work to level campers. We picked the wrong weekend to visit as it was full! It was pretty noisy and very busy all evening. On a more quiet weekend, I would love to visit again.

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When all else fails....

Glacier can get really packed between about the 4th of July and the end of summer. Try to get a spot inside the park (check the Glacier website), then try to get a spot in Johnson's in St. Marys. Then just get a spot where ever in St Marys. Final option, KOA! Good luck.