Lone Pine State Park | Kalispell

Lone Pine State Park

The Lone Pine State Park boasts an extensive network of trails spanning a total of 7.5 miles, catering to various outdoor activities such as hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, and horseback riding. Encompassing an area of 279 acres, the site of the park spans elevations between 2,959 feet and 3,644 feet. During the winter season, visitors can rent snowshoes at a nominal fee of $5 per person or $10 per family. Explorers in the park are guaranteed to discover invigorating hikes that replenish the soul, as well as serene locations to unwind while admiring the vibrant wildflowers, wildlife, and breathtaking vistas of the Flathead Valley, including Flathead Lake, Big Mountain, Jewel Basin, and Glacier National Park.

One of the park’s highlights is the visitor center gift shop, which now remains open year-round. Inside the visitor center, visitors can embark on a guided tour of the park’s wildlife and forest ecology. The gift shop offers a delightful experience for guests.

The Lone Pine State Park archery range is open year-round from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm. It features 10 shooting stations with 15 targets ranging from 75 to 10 yards away. The hike from the parking area is approximately 1.5 miles round trip. Visitors must bring their own equipment, and out-of-state registered vehicles must pay the park entrance fee. No reservations or additional fees are required. To access the course, drive to the park’s main gate at 300 Lone Pine Road, then walk back to the archery range trailhead from the picnic shelter area.

Looking for Accessible Travel at the Park? Check out their Action Trackchair All-Terrain Wheelchair!

Upcoming Events

Glacier Range Riders Baseball

May through August

The Glacier Range Riders are the Flathead Valley’s Pioneer baseball league established in 2022. Enjoy an entertaining evening with the whole family!

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Brash Rodeo Summer Series 2024

June – September

Rodeo has been a part of Montana’s culture since the first cowboys arrived over 150 years ago. This events include bull riding, bronc riding, chute dogging, roping, barrel racing, and steer riding. Brash Rodeo is Montana’s longest running series open rodeo. Your Glacier country vacation would not be complete without experiencing the legendary Blue Moon Rodeo. Get your ticket and more information at glaciercountryrodeo.com.

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Kalispell Farmers Market

May through October

The Kalispell Farmers Market offers the freshest produce grown in the Flathead Valley and an array of locally-made goods. Every Saturday during the summer and fall from 9 am to 12:30 pm, find local farmers selling everything from meat and eggs, fruits and vegetables to baked goods to native plants and trees. Shop for handmade jewelry, pottery, soaps, paintings, and many more creations by the region’s talented artisans.

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May 27, 2024

Downtown Kalispell Walking Tour

June through September

The Downtown Kalispell Walking Tour is a well-researched and high-quality tour that showcases the evolution of Kalispell as a cultural, economic, and transportation hub of Northwest Montana’s Flathead Valley. As you take the tour, you will learn about different architectural styles and modern reuse, prominent citizens and early settlers, how a bison herd could buy a city block, and where to spot ghost signs. It is a fascinating way to explore and learn about the history of Kalispell.

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June 25, 2024

Picnic in the Park Downtown

June through August

Enjoy the Downtown Kalispell Picnic in the Park Concert Series. A free event established in 1992 bringing a variety of music each week.

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July 12, 2024

Arts in the Park

Arts in the Park is an annual festival held in Kalispell’s historic downtown Depot Park. It is Flathead Valley’s most prestigious arts, crafts, and music event, featuring more than 80 artists and artisans from around the country. The festival offers a wide range of unique, high-quality handmade paintings, jewelry, ceramics, housewares, and other handmade items for sale.

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