National Parks Realty

Black Bear Ranch
190 Black Bear Lane
Bigfork, Montana

Experience the Flathead Valley and build a lifetime of memories...

Fed by the pristine waters of Glacier National Park, Flathead Valley is resplendent with lakes and streams offering paradise to recreationalists of all types. The stunning Flathead Lake is the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi River. At 38 miles long and 15 miles wide, it is surrounded by delightful towns and villages each unique in their lifestyle.

Because of the moderate climate, the eastern shore is known as the “Banana Belt of Montana” where sweet cherries grow in abundance. The west shore is a sparkling playground with 40 miles of gentle beaches, state parks and hiking trails.

North of the lake is Kalispell showing its rich history in the charming buildings and homes that grace the tree-lined boulevards. Blending past, present and future, this growing metropolis has a state-of-the-art regional medical center, a growing college, an international airport and retail outlets that bring visitors from the Northwest and Canada.

Bigfork’s, the charming village by the bay, began its story over 100 years ago as a logging and farming community. From the hardworking and entrepreneurial spirit of common folks, Bigfork still remains the unique and delightful village that it was born to be. A stroll through Bigfork reveals a vibrant arts culture. Along Electric Avenue, so named as the first street to receive electricity from the powerhouse that still operates, world class art galleries, artists-in-residence, and live theatre await. The Bigfork Playhouse celebrates 58 years of live and professional theater, heralding audiences from around the globe. An evening at the theatre, preceded by a gourmet meal from one of Bigfork’s fine restaurants, is a treat to be remembered.

Minutes from Bigfork is Eagle Bend championship golf course and the lovely Eagle Bend Yacht Harbor and just east rise the mighty Swan Mountains with hiking trails, Jewel Basin, and glacier fed lakes. Along the Swan River, much of the ruggedness that defines Montana can be found with a tremendous variety of game and a diverse ecology. The angler, hunter, hiker or nature lover will find a home in the Swan Valley.

Known as the “Crown of the Continent,” Glacier National Park is one of Mother Nature’s jewels. Breathtaking mountains and glacial lakes can be enjoyed while riding along the scenic 52- mile Going-to-the-Sun Road, an engineering triumph. The Park, established as a National Park on May 11, 1910, encompasses over 1,000,000 acres, including part of two mountain ranges, over 130 named lakes, more than 1,000 species of plants, hundreds of animal species and 730 miles of hiking trails.


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