Gaynor Ranch and Resort
1992 KM Ranch Road | 6544 Farm to Market Road, Whitefish, MT, USAhttp://www.gaynorsresorts.com406-862-3802 | 866-862-6202
Places To Eat
Ciao Mambo (Mambo Italiano)
234 2nd St Ehttp://www.ciaomambo.com(406) 863-9600It's hard to believe that Italian cuisine like this can be found in the great Rocky Mountain West. It's Italian Nachos, Minestrone, Lasagne, Tiramisu, Chianti, Frank Sinatra, Great Fun, Wonderful Service and a whole lot more... If the atmosphere and friendly attitudes don't seduce you, the pasta will. Bring your friends, family and appetite for fun, and we'll handle the rest. So come on in, your table is waiting!
Great Northern Bar & Grill
27 Central Avenuehttp://www.greatnorthernbar.com(406) 862-2816If we ain’t got it, you don’t need it! In other words, we can cover most of your wants and needs. If you are hungry, we can fill you up without putting a serious dent into your cash flow. Good old-fashioned, home-made cooking, made to order, made to stop you from being hungry, not made fancy, just made good. Smoke free. Children welcome. Check out our menu on the menu page.
Stillwater Fish House
2635 Highway 93 West, Whitefish, Montanahttp://www.stillwaterfishhouse.com2635 Highway 93 WestGreat fish house 2 minutes from the ranch. Just opened - Don and I have tried it and it is delicious. We are hearing great things about it from our guests.
514 3rd Street E, Whitefish, Montanahttp://buffalocafewhitefish.com406.862.2833This is a local hangout. Great burgers, family food. Don and I love this place and go there often. Amazing place for breakfast!
Bull Dog Saloon
144 Central Ave Whitefish , MTwww.fart-slobber.com406-862-5636Best Burgers in town! Best Moose Drool on tap! We go there after a successful day of trail rides!
Gaynors Cabins in the Woods
6544 Farm to Market Road, Whitefish, MThttp://www.gaynorsresorts.com406-862-3802Your own little village in the Salish Mountains. . . .
Pescado Blanco of Whitefish
235 1st Street , Whitefish, MThttp://www.pescadoblanco.com(406) 862-3290My new favorite place. Fresh Mex and yes lots of vegetarian! Everyone we send there loves it!
Things To Do
Glacier National Park
West Glacier, Montana 59936http://www.nps.gov/glac/index.htm(406) 888-7800Come and experience Glacier's pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and spectacular lakes. With over 700 miles of trails, Glacier is a hiker's paradise for adventurous visitors seeking wilderness and solitude. Relive the days of old through historic chalets, lodges, transportation, and stories of Native Americans. Explore Glacier National Park and discover what awaits you.
Glacier Cyclery & Nordic
326 2nd St Ehttp://glaciercyclery.com(406) 862-6446Glacier Cyclery is your source for touring and mountain biking in Whitefish and the Flathead Valley. We sell more than bikes, we sell a good time.
Montana Raceway Park Inc
3790 US Highway 93 Nhttp://www.montanaracewaypark.com(406) 257-7223NASCAR Racing
Waterton Lakes National Park of Canada
Alberta 5http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/ab/waterton/index.aspx(888) 773-8888THIS IS IN CANADA, SO BRING YOUR PASSPORT! Rugged, windswept mountains rise abruptly out of gentle prairie grassland in spectacular Waterton Lakes National Park. Here, several different ecological regions meet and interact in a landscape shaped by wind, fire, flooding, and abundant plants and wildlife. The park helps protect the unique and unusually diverse physical, biological and cultural resources found in the Crown of the Continent: one of the narrowest places in the Rocky Mountains.
Skydive Lost Prairie
3175 Lower Lost Prairie Roadhttp://www.skydivelostprairie.com(406) 858-2493Skydive Lost Prairie Montana is nestled in a beautiful secluded valley. Located 34 miles west of Kalispell our private airport is surrounded by gorgeous mountains, peppered with pristine lakes. See it all with a unique point of view. Skydive Lost Prairie is the only full time skydiving center in Montana.
Whitefish Sea Kayaking
321 Columbia Avenuehttp://www.explorewhitefish.com/content/whitefish-sea-kayaking/12168(406) 862-3513Sea kayaking and canoe sales, tours and rentals. Half and full day trips on beautiful Whitefish Lake and Flathead Lake. We gear the trips to what the group wants, Basic to Advanced. Hone your skills from paddle strokes to rescues to rolling. Go out on your own. We rent half day to weekly. The best rates and kayaks available. (Current Designs and Seaward Kayaks)
Majestic Valley Arena
3630 U.S. 93http://www.majesticvalleyarena.com/za/MVA?PAGE=EVENTS(406) 755-6340The Majestic Valley Arena opened for business on March 1st, 2002. Since then the arena has been host to concerts, large banquets, trade shows, expos, rodeos as well as national caliber equestrian events. The Majestic Valley Arena is situated on 140 acres with spectacular views, the facility is unmatched in its size and capablilities as one of the premier event centers in the Northwest. Our facilities are designed from the ground up to provide an outstanding venue for any type of event. Both the indoor and outdoor arenas onsite accomodate up to 350 horses, Majestic Valley Arena is a horse lover's paradise and a center for regional horse related competitions.
Whitefish Farmers' Market
Central Avenuehttp://www.whitefishfarmersmarket.orgEnjoy the bounty of summer every Tuesday from 5:00 - 7:30 p.m., from May 29 through September 25 at the Whitefish Downtown Farmers Market where local farmers and craftsmen showcase their products at the North end of Central Avenue. The special Harvest Market will be held on October 16. Live music, prepared food, and the season's freshest products are featured.
Big Sky Waterpark
7211 U.S. 2http://www.bigskywp.com(406) 892-5025In the heart of the Rockies, Big Sky Waterpark is located on Highway 2, (Junc. 206) 16 miles north of Kalispell and 8 miles east of Whitefish. It's a great place to stop on your way to or from Glacier National Park.
Glacier Outdoor Center
12400 U.S. 2http://www.glacierraftco.com/activities/family-rafting(406) 888-5454For a Montana vacation your family will rave about for years, join us on a rafting trip down the scenic Middle Fork of the Flathead River bordering Glacier National Park. The class II and III rapids are exhilarating yet suitable for anyone age five and up. Our trips are waves of fun for first timers as well as seasoned river runners. We provide everything you need and our gregarious guides will drench you in Montana hospitality. And since memories can fade, digital photos of your raft trip are available for purchase. Get your family in gear. Let’s go!
Whitefish Theatre Co
1 Central Avenuehttp://www.whitefishtheatreco.org/index.htm(406) 862-5371The Mission of the Whitefish Theatre Co is to nurture the creative and artistic passions of our community by bringing the arts to life. Whitefish Theatre Co. is governed by a volunteer board of directors. Six full-time and three part-time staff members work together with the Board and many, many other community volunteers to bring the very best in the performing arts to the Flathead Valley.
Whitefish Mountain Resort
3840 Big Mountain Roadhttp://skiwhitefish.com(877) 754-3474They don't call it Big Mountain for nothing, you know. We've got over 3,000 acres of terrain, and most of it is accessible with a single 7-1/2 minute lift ride. Lift lines? What are those? Snow ghosts? Yep... we've got'um. Friendliest people on the planet? Quite possibly!
Government Sq , Browning, MT 59417http://www.blackfeetnation.com(406) 338-7521Our rugged, picturesque 1.5 million acre (3,000 square mile) reservation in Montana has a population of about 10,000, including 8,500 enrolled Blackfeet, several hundred Blackfeet descendents and Indians from other tribes, and a few hundred non-Indians.
53253 U.S. 93http://www.peoplescenter.org(406) 675-0160The Peoples Center is the place to experience the rich cultural heritage of the Salish, Pend d'Oreille and Kootenai tribes. The traditions and culture of these tribes have been passed orally from generation to generation since time began. As our lifestyles change with time and technology, we continue to preserve and protect our heritage, history and culture. We invite you to explore the artifacts and exhibits, and to hear the stories of our people in their own voices. We also invite you to participate in our cultural activities, our celebrations, known as pow-wows, and other events reflecting the Tribes. The Peoples Center perpetuates this rich heritage, through our tradition of oral history, and by creating opportunities of exchange between tribal elders, youth and the public. Through education, we hope to dispel myths and stereotyping of Native Americans and create better understanding between all peoples.
National Bison Range
58355 Bison Range Road Moiese, MT 59824http://www.fws.gov/refuges/profiles/index.cfm?id=61540406-644-2211It's raining. . want a road trip? Take the kids to see all the buffalo, elk, deer, bear, antelope, birds you could ever want to see! Love this trip. Don't miss it! Our guests witnessed two big buffalo fighting quite close to their car. . . They loved it! (They were not scared)
Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes
42487 Complex Blvd. Pablo, Montana 59855http://www.cskt.org406-675-2700Tribal headquarters for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. On the way to the National Bison Range drive into the headquarters and check out the amazing veterans memorial. 5 of Nancy's relatives are on the memorial.
AAble Fishing Charters
Bigfork, Montanahttp://aablefishing.com406-257-5214We have worked with this company for many years. They are so much fun and make it an enjoyable day. Call them!
Rock Climb Montana
http://rockclimbmontana.com608 334 1270Welcome to Rock Climb Montana. Here at Rock Climb Montana we can show you the ropes and teach you to climb in a safe and friendly atmosphere amid the majesty of northwest Montana. This will be a truly memorable experience for you and your family to share. Rock Climb Montana is headquartered in Whitefish, Montana. Climbing instruction usually takes place at Kila, near Kalispell, Montana or at Koocanusa, near Eureka, Montana. Private instruction is available for all ages and abilities. Last year our clients ranged in age from seven to seventy. Beginning climbers will appreciate having a certified professional climbing instructor who puts safety first and teaches with a fun and easy going style. Experienced climbers will appreciate having a knowledgeable guide direct them to challenging routes for maximum fun and adventure. Rock Climb Montana can provide all necessary gear. Just show up and we will supply the equipment, the training, and the excitement.
Cabins in the Woods
6544 FARM TO MARKET ROADwww.gaynorsresorts.com4062703032Gaynors Cabins in the Woods on Farm to Market. Your own little village in the Salish Mountains, 6 miles west of Whitefish, Montana. You will not want to leave