Montana's Flathead National Forest
To view detailed information on recreation sites in the Flathead National Forest, select a site from the scrolling list and then click on the Select button. Or click on a zoom icon in the map to view a detailed map of the forest.
The Flathead National Forest covers 2,351,950 acres, 46% of which is designated wilderness. This lovely area is not only the gateway to Glacier National Park, it includes the vast Bob Marshall wilderness complex, which protects vital habitat and migration routes for nearly every species of northern Rocky Mountain wildlife. The Mission Mountains wilderness, overlooking the lovely Swan River valley, is managed in partnership with the Flathead tribal government, and contains the popular Jewel Basin hiking area.
Address & Phone:
Flathead National Forest
1935 Third Avenue East
Kalispell, MT 59901