Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Evolution Of Whitefish

Whitefish, Montana has a proud timber and railroad history. From the earliest indigenous residents who fished for whitefish in the lake, the name “Whitefish” evolved. But it was a stumptown first. Rich in forest land, the timber industry boomed in the late 1880s, leaving behind large stumps, some in the middle of the roads, thus the nickname Stumptown! The town…

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Bigfork, MT – “Where Flathead Lake Begins”

Bigfork Village is nestled between two rivers at the north end of Flathead Lake, the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi. Endless recreational opportunities are waiting on 191 square miles of sparkling waters, hundreds of hiking trails with abundant wildlife along tree-lined shores. A collection of waterfront properties around Flathead Lake offer a diverse lifestyle of riverfront and lakefront…

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