There are several area attractions that make Snooze n Fly Farm one of the perfect places to stay in Montana! Our location in Northwest Montana is a paradise for adventurous visitors. From National Parks/refuges, hiking, fishing, swimming, and white water rafting you will be sure to enjoy every minute of your stay.
Glacier National Park
Located just 75 miles north, Glacier National Park is located on over one million acres and is home to majestic mountains, 26 glaciers, waterfalls, lakes, and lots of wildlife. Mountain goats are abundant in the park, being just one of 71 species of mammals. There are also 276 species of birds and 1990 species of plants making this an amazing hiking adventure spot, with over 700 miles of trails. There are also 762 lakes in Glacier National Park and 2,865 miles of streams. Montana is legendary for its amazing fly fishing and waters.
Flathead Lake, Polson Montana
Located just 11 miles north, Flathead Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake in the western US with over 200 square miles of water and 185 miles of shoreline. Recreation on and around the lake includes, power boating, waterskiing, kayaking, swimming, sailing, fishing, picnicking, and camping. Along the east shore in the summer months, you will find roadside stands that offer locally grown cherries, apples, plums, and other fruit. Along the lake you will find welcoming towns including Polson, Big Fork, Lakeside, and Kalispell.
National Bison Range
Located just 20 miles southwest, the National Bison Range is an 18,500 acre nature reserve for the conservation of American Bison. The bison herd is between 350 and 500. Some of the other wildlife found on the Range includes: Elk, eagles, deer, antelope, ducks, bighorn sheep, hawks, black bear, coyote, blue birds, and ground squirrels. The National Bison Range was established on May 23, 1908 making it one of the oldest refuges in the nation.
Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex
Located 40 miles northeast, the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex covers more than 1.5 million acres. It includes the Scapegoat Wilderness, Great Bear Wilderness, and Bob Marshall Wilderness. The Wilderness includes the North and South Forks of the Sun River and the Middle and South Forks of the Flathead River which run for 60 miles along the Continental Divide. A huge escarpment called the Chinese Wall highlights the Bob’s awesome beauty with an average height of more than 1,000 feet and a length of 22 miles. It provides habitat for the grizzly bear, elk, deer, lynx, bobcat, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, black bears, wolverines, and cougars along with several smaller mammals and dozens of birds.