Area Information & Lodging

Located in the heart of the spectacular northern Rocky Mountains, our town is home to the world-class Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort, the gateway to Glacier National Park, and 7,436 of the friendliest Montana folks – and business owners – that you’ll ever want to meet. Whether you’re looking for a great place to raise a family, run a business, enjoy your retirement years or simply take a well-deserved vacation, look no further … Whitefish, Montana has something for everyone!

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This is a town built on the personalities, charm and wisdom of its local residents who work hard and play harder. Every winter the hearty residents band together to welcome visitors with celebrations like the Whitefish Winter Carnival, complete with a home-town parade, penguin plunge, yetis, vikings, snow sculptures, and non-stop parties. Horses and skiers unite in the Ski Joring races that illustrate the cross-over of the Old West with modern-day adventures…

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The Stumptown (Whitefish) Historical Society was founded in 1982 by a group of individuals committed to preserving the history of Whitefish, Montana and the Flathead Valley for the present and future. Since its inception the Society has grown with members from all parts of the USA and Canada.

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Area Information

Located in the heart of the spectacular northern Rocky Mountains, our town is home to the world-class Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort, the gateway to Glacier National Park, and 7,436 of the friendliest Montana folks – and business owners – that you’ll ever want to meet. Whether you’re looking for a great place to raise a family, run a business, enjoy your retirement years or simply take a well-deserved vacation, look no further … Whitefish, Montana has something for everyone!

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This is a town built on the personalities, charm and wisdom of its local residents who work hard and play harder. Every winter the hearty residents band together to welcome visitors with celebrations like the Whitefish Winter Carnival, complete with a home-town parade, penguin plunge, yetis, vikings, snow sculptures, and non-stop parties. Horses and skiers unite in the Ski Joring races that illustrate the cross-over of the Old West with modern-day adventures…

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The Stumptown (Whitefish) Historical Society was founded in 1982 by a group of individuals committed to preserving the history of Whitefish, Montana and the Flathead Valley for the present and future. Since its inception the Society has grown with members from all parts of the USA and Canada.

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Horse Boarding/Overnight Camping/Parking Options:

Scott Ping’s- 650 Walker Meadow Rd, Whitefish (3 miles from the event)
No Charge. Must bring your own hay.
Round Pen can take 2 or 3 horses.
Side pen can take up to 4 horses.
Parking for about 6 trailers & panels or temp fence ok too.
Contact Scott @ 406-261-7464

Sun and Hills Bed Bath and Stall- 179 Hideaway Trail, Whitefish (6 miles from the event)
Must bring your own hay.
One 30×80 run w/shelter & automatic waterer $25/night for 1 horse or $50/night for 2-4 horses.
2 stalls w/12×20 outside area $30/night includes shavings.
Parking for about 3 trailers & panels or temp fence ok too.
Contact Jen Butler @ 406-260-8725


Dauntless Equine
– 2976 Whitefish Stage Rd, Kalispell (9 miles from the event)
HAY PROVIDED.
8 Stalls available $25/night per stall.
1 round pen $25/night for up to 3 horses.
1 paddock $25/night for up to 3 horses.
Contact Lizzie Freeman @ 406-471-8528

Montana Horse Works, 1110 Spur trail, Kalispell (23 miles from the event)
HAY PROVIDED.
Four 16×24 pens- up to 2 horses each $40/night
Contact Kali Kitchen @ 406-253-0803