This sweet cafe is housed in the basement of a historic building in downtown Whitefish and going there feels just like ‘home’.
Here, the streets are lined with unique restaurants, coffee houses, souvenir shops, apparel, and jewelry stores; all with a twist of rustic charm.
Whitefish Lake (created by a melting glacier!) is a popular hub for water recreation, and there’s no better way to experience it as a visitor than to spend an afternoon at Whitefish City Beach!
Don’t miss Glacier National Park’s Going to the Sun Road, a national scenic drive that can be traveled by personal car, hiking, park shuttle, or via a historic Red Bus Tour.
In Whitefish, you can find American, Italian, French, Mexican, and Japanese cuisine, as well as several brewpubs and bars & grills.
The Club consists of two 18-hole courses, the North Course (a traditional mountain course), and the South Course (home to a couple of world-class lake holes).
Here, guests have the opportunity to participate in trail rides, rodeo games, and cattle work, along with hiking, swimming, canoeing, fishing, skeet shooting, and archery.
There is so much outdoor beauty to explore here, and doing it by way of a bike, kayak, or stand-up paddleboard (SUP) is an awesome and memorable family vacation experience.
- Visit the Depot Museum and Park
- Visit their Local Brewery and Distillery
- Stay & Play at Whitefish Mountain Resort