If you’re looking for the next mountain destination for your next meeting, look no further than Kalispell, Montana. The hub of the Flathead Valley, Kalispell has all of the amenities and access you need, complete with plenty of small-town charm, sweeping views and easy access to incredible outdoor recreation.

When it comes to planning your next Montana meeting, here are five things you need to know about meeting in Kalispell.

  1. It’s easy to get here. Glacier Park International Airport (FCA) is located in Kalispell and welcomes 15 direct flights from across the U.S. If you have regional attendees coming to meet in Kalispell, they can also arrive via Amtrak’s Empire Builder or on a well-maintained highway system.
  2. Diverse venues mean diverse meetings. While Kalispell is a mountain town, we have plenty of venues to meet your needs, from casual outdoor locations to formal events in jaw-dropping ballrooms and a mix of indoor/outdoor spaces. You might be surprised at what you discover.
  3. 23 hotels, 1,500+ rooms and 65,000 square feet of flexible meeting space. From the north end of Kalispell to the south end, you’ll find a variety of lodging options, ranging from intimate lodges to full-service hotels.
  4. Four-season activities. Chances are, you’ll want to incorporate elements of Kalispell’s off-site offerings, experiences and activities into your meeting. With a thriving community that’s within easy reach of some of the most stunning landscapes in the lower 48, you’ll find no shortage of things to do. A few of note: guided ATV tours, red bus tours in Glacier National Park, craft beverage tours and a paint & sip class. If you’d like to incorporate a visit to Glacier National Park into your meeting agenda, reach out to Dawn Jackson, Group Sales Manager, at [email protected]. (Keep in mind that for 2023, the vehicle reservation system remains in place for portions of Glacier National Park. Get the latest information here.)
  5. Mouth-watering culinary offerings. Kalispell’s dining and drinking scene has been growing in the last several months, creating a thriving destination that focuses on Montana-inspired dishes, drinks and more. Chefs are designing menus that incorporate as much of Big Sky Country as possible, with many ingredients coming from area farms and ranches.

If you’re ready to start planning your meeting or would like more information, start here.