Summer in Columbia Falls and the Flathead Valley is simply, well, perfect.
Long sunshine-filled days up to 17 hours long (sundown as late as 10:15pm in June), warm (but not too warm) days with low humidity start with cool (but not cold) mornings and evenings that are perfect for rest and relaxation after a long, exciting day.
No matter what kind of summer excitement you like, we’ve got it. Hiking, camping, fishing, rafting, canoeing, kayaking, photography, bird watching and much more await you in the greater Columbia Falls area, as well as in the Flathead Valley, Bob Marshall Wilderness and Glacier National Park.
Columbia Falls and the surrounding areas offer numerous camping opportunities.
A combination of public lands, recreational facilities, parks and private entertainment facilities welcome families to relax, entertain and seek adventure in the Columbia Falls area.
The Columbia Falls Farmers’ Market fun begins in early June and continues every Monday and Thursday through mid-September. The markets open at 5 p.m. and end at 8:00 p.m.
Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park attracts outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds for recreation, hiking, wildlife viewing, wildflower viewing and more.
Golf Flathead Valley – “Golf Destination of the Northwest” – Ranked among the “50 greatest golf destinations,” by Golf Digest, September 2000
If you love hiking, you couldn’t have selected a better place. With hundreds of miles of trails on the Flathead National Forest and in Glacier National Park, there is a hike for everyone.
Sit in your saddle and relax while you enjoy the trails of Glacier National Park, the Flathead National Forest and Spencer Mountain on the back of a beautiful, trained horse.
From wild and scenic to calm and serene, the three forks of the Flathead offer recreation, relaxation and excitement.