Mountain View RV Park

3621 Highway 40, Columbia Falls, MT, 59912

Conveniently located between Whitefish and Columbia Falls, Mountain View RV Park boasts beautiful views of Big Mountain, Teakettle and Columbia Mountains. We are only 22 miles to the gateway of Glacier National Park, 2 miles to the West is Whitefish River, 3 miles to the East is Flathead River and 5 miles North West to Whitefish Lake.


Amenities & Activities

The park features: pull through sites, big rig access, clean restrooms & hot showers, sewer & water access, free wifi, laundry facilities, electricity, and a coffee station. We also have great fire pits, horseshoes and a playground for the kids to play.



You can also expect attractions such as: Flathead Valley Events, Flathead Lake, Big Mountain Ski Resort and a long list of great craft eateries for you to sample local flavors.


We have picturesque mountain views that can’t be rivalled, and Flathead Lake is 30 miles south. It is the largest natural fresh water lake West of the Mississippi with over 200 square miles of water and 185 miles of shoreline, perfect for water fun and relaxation. Hope to see you soon!

RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Full Hook Up - 30 AMPS $39.95
Tent Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
No Hook Up $26.00

100 Amps

50 Amps

3621 Highway 40, Columbia Falls, MT, 59912

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Overall Rating: 5.0

Janet J Flannery

I chose this park for a month long stay to explore Glacier National Park. It’s located on Hwy. 40 about four miles from Columbia Falls, five miles from Whitefish, and about 15 from Kalispell. I really liked the park and it was in a good location for exploring the west side of Glacier, but too far for the east side, since it takes 3-4 hours to get over there. Full hookups, both 30/50 amp, good space between sites, some pull throughs, big rig friendly, laundry. WiFi didn’t work well for me and no cable TV (but I got quite a few channels from the antenna). I couldn’t get my DirecTV satellite to work here and was finally told that it was too far north to get a signal from Kingdome dish because it was too small and too close to horizon. Other campers got it using a regular tripod dish, which is larger than those under dome. Very nice staff and I would certainly return here again. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group