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Columbia Falls RV Park

RV SITES AND CABINS NEAR GLACIER NATIONAL PARK
YEAR ROUND AVAILABILITY - INQUIRE ABOUT OUR WINTER SEASONAL SITES!


Columbia Falls RV Park welcomes you to your home away from home. Our RV park is the premier resort-style destination in the Flathead Valley and Glacier National Park area. We take pride in providing the cleanest and most convenient service around as well as good old-fashioned hospitality. Your host will guide you to your site and is always happy to assist you with vacation plans. Columbia Falls RV Park provides excellent service to all guests while maintaining a clean and landscaped park that will keep you returning year after year.
Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park manages to maintain much of it's pristine natural beauty and wild appeal since its inception as a national park in 1910, protecting over  one million acres of unspoiled forests, rivers, lakes, meadows, mountains and of course glaciers. It is part of a larger ecosystem collectively known as the "Crown of the Continent Ecosystem," all of which is primarily untouched wilderness.

Glacier receives nearly 2 million visitors annually, a large majority of which come during the summer months. Summer is when wildflowers bloom, wildlife is abundant and waterfalls and rivers are flowing at their peak levels. Fall and winter, however, can be an amazing time to visit as well. During the winter months, snow blankets the park, creating snow-covered trees, locally known as "snow ghosts," and trails perfect for snowshoers and cross-country skiers.


About Columbia Falls
Columbia Falls is a family-friendly community at the gateway to Glacier National Park. The town averages about 4,800 year-round residents and is 14 miles from the western entrance to Glacier National Park. Columbia Falls is nestled against the northern tip of the Swan Mountain Range and the Flathead River, which flows through the east end of town. Columbia Falls offers numerous options for outdoor recreation including fishing, river floats, hiking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling, among others. In fact Columbia Falls is the home to a popular golf resort called Meadow Lake Golf Resort. 

Other popular attraction in Columbia Falls include the Big Sky Water Park, the Pinewood Park and City Pool and a bowling alley. Columbia Falls provides the perfect balance of a small town atmosphere while still catering to your vacation desires.
Directions
From the intersection of Hwy 206 & Hwy 2 - Take Hwy 2 headed towards Columbia Falls (turn west). You will pass the Water slides, then further up go over the bridge crossing the Flathead river. CFRV Park is just about 1/2-3/4 mile after you go over the bridge on the Right-hand side of the highway. Watch for our Tall sign.

From the intersection of Hwy 2 & Junction 40. Head East on hwy 2 going to Columbia Falls. We are located on the East side of town, on the left-hand side of the road. Watch for our tall sign. After about the second or third light signal you will want to get in the left (inside) lane so you can make a left turn into our Entrance. This is on a slight curve just past the last stop light. Drive carefully. Watch for our Tall sign on the left.

Directions from Hwy 93 & Junction 40. From the intersection of Hwy 93 and Hwy 40 head east on Hwy 40 till you come to the intersection of Hwy 2 and Hwy 40 (approx. 4.5 miles). Continue driving straight east into Columbia Falls (hwy 40 automatically turns into hwy 2 at the intersection). After about the second or third light signal you will want to get in the left (inside) lane so you can make a left turn into our Entrance. This is on a slight curve just past the last stop light. Drive carefully. Watch for our Tall sign on the left.
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