FWP to Develop Public Wildlife Viewing Area on Flathead Lake North Shore Gravel platform will provide ADA-accessible viewing opportunities Kalispell, MT — Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is moving forward with the development of a public wildlife viewing area overlooking the North Shore Wildlife Management Area southeast of Kalispell. The new viewing area will extend five-feet high and cover 256 square feet on a gravel platform. The platform will meet the grade and dimensional standards of the Americans
Thursday!Fest begins Tommorrow As June 27 hits, our much loved Thursday!Fest returns and continues through August 29. They’re a bit like a carnival that’s been crossed with a craft fair, face painting, climbing wall for the youth, a food court, a concert, and a “beer and wine garden”. Old friends meet and new friendships are formed. You have the opportunity to chat with people that you might not otherwise know other than by sight. In that respect Thursday!Fest can be a lot like going to the old town
Going-to-the-Sun Road Expected to be Fully Open in the Morning West Glacier, MT – The Going-to-the-Sun Road will be open on Sunday morning, June 23, in its entirety to motorized vehicle travel, pending any last minute changes due to weather. Visitors will be able to drive the entire 50-mile length of the road, and access Logan Pass. Park work crews have finished snow removal, assessed current snow conditions, removed rocks and other road debris, installed guard rails, and prepared Logan Pass facilities
Summit Dental Group is offering a fantastic New Patient Deal! Their special is a Dental Exam, Cleaning, and Full Mouth X-rays for $129. This is a limited time offer (Expires September 1, 2019). Summit Dental Group is a preferred provider for most insurances offering general, cosmetic, and laser dentistry. Dr. Vanzant and his team look forward to having the opportunity of meeting you. Call today and book your appointment at (406) 752-4545.
Planning Ahead for a 2019 Trip to GlacierVisitation in 2018 was the second highest on record West Glacier, MT – The park has begun preparations for the 2019 summer season. Summer is not only the time when most of the public comes to visit the park, but also the opportunity to complete important maintenance projects on roadways and facilities. “A little bit of planning can help visitors maximize their time in Glacier and be prepared for some of this year’s projects they may encounter,” said Glacier