Three Reasons to Host a Spring Meeting in Kalispell
Meet in Northwest Montana
From our lush landscapes to our lively downtown, Kalispell is the natural place to meet. This is a place that thrives on venturing boldly and making the most of every season, while celebrating the renewed energy that comes with spring. While we are a prime destination for meetings year-round, here are three reasons to meet in Kalispell in spring.
- Lush landscapes. Kalispell sits in a wide valley between the Salish and Swan mountains, with sweeping 360-degree views in every direction. Whether you drive or fly into Kalispell, you’ll be promptly welcomed with snow-capped mountains as spring blooms cover our hillsides, roadways and fruit orchards.
- Sunshine-filled days. Temperatures start to rise in April, May and June, with ample amounts of sunshine and longer daylight hours coming to Kalispell. What this means for your group: there’s plenty of time to incorporate outdoor activities and experiences into your meeting or event, from horseback trail rides to kayaking the waters of Flathead Lake and craft beverage tours to biking the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park.
- It’s quiet. Spring is a favorite season among many locals as it brings a quiet peacefulness, while still offering many of the amenities you’d expect to find during summer. After a snow-filled winter, spring naturally ushers in new beginnings and a beautiful reset to northwest Montana, making it the ideal season to incorporate a new experience into your meeting, from rodeo demonstrations at Majestic Valley Arena to outdoor cocktail parties at Purple Lavender or a sip-and-paint sessions at the Conrad Mansion Museum.
Want to learn more about bringing your spring meeting to Kalispell? Email Dawn Jackson!