Come to Whitefish, Montana on Your Vacation
We have sites for any sized RV as well as Kabins, Kottages and grassy tent sites.
Our campground is only 24 miles from Glacier National Park. It is located in a secluded valley off the highway just a couple miles from Whitefish and a short drive from Kalispell. Most folks who stay in our campground visit Glacier Park.
Fun for kids: We have a large playground, pool, bikes, kiddie paddleboats, mini putting, and a game room. Most activities are free! Your kids will not be bored at the Whitefish KOA.
Relax after touring Glacier: Let us handle dinner. Join us at our nightly barbeque. Relax in our adults only hot tub or gaze into the embers of your campfire.
Whitefish/Kalispell North KOA - Glacier Park KOA
Looking for a campground near Glacier National Park? You've found it! We're near Glacier and a short drive from Whitefish and Kalispell.
Whitefish RV Park
Whitefish, Montana got its start in 1904 when the Great Northern Railway was built through the area. The area was originally known as Stumptown because of all the timber that had to be cleared to build the town and railroad. Many early residents of the town worked for the railroad or in the logging industry.
Kalispell RV Park
Charles Edward Conrad, a businessman and banker from Fort Benton, Montana, formed the Kalispell Townsite Company with three other men. Kalispell was officially incorporated as a city in 1892. Kalispell serves as the county seat and commercial center of Flathead County. The name Kalispell is a Salish word meaning "flat land above the lake".