This Western US RV Park Is A Great Home Base For Skiing Adventures

Winter camping can be a rewarding and exciting time. Hot chocolate just tastes better when you're bundled up in your favorite sweater, drinking from a camping mug, and looking out the window at the snow. And if you love being outdoors when it's cold, chances are you also enjoy fun-filled winter sports. The Whitefish RV Park in Montana is just the place to combine the joys of camping and skiing with other outdoor activities.

The RV park is conveniently located right near the small town of Whitefish, the giant Whitefish Mountain Resort, and the Glacier National Park,making it a great jumping-off point for a ski vacation. You'll take in breathtaking views from both the RV park and the slopes when you plan a trip to this hidden gem. Whether you're new to skiing and winter camping or have been doing it for years, Whitefish is the perfect place for a cozy and thrilling winter escape.

Prices for camping and skiing

White Fish RV Park offers free wifi among other essential winter camping amenities. You can choose between campsites with partial (water and electricity) or full (water, electricity, and sewage) hookups. It's $85 per day for full and $80 for partial hookups, with an additional $5 per additional camper if there are more than two people in the RV. The park also provides bathrooms with showers and a place to do laundry, meaning you have just about everything you need to make your stay cozy and comfortable.

Once you're all set up, you can spend a day embarking on winter hikes in Glacier National Park or hit the slopes at the Whitefish Mountain Resort. You can choose from different ski passes depending on whether you want to spend a half day, a full day, or multiple days exploring the 3,000 acres of snow-covered mountains. Prices range from $87 to $97 per day.

Lessons and daycare

You can bring your own skiing or snowboarding gear or you can rent some at the resort. They have individual items or complete equipment packages that give you everything from the helmet to the skies and more. Prices range from $13 to $70. You can also get repairs done here if you need them. If you're new to these winter sports or simply want to master your technique, you can sign up for a skiing or snowboarding lesson with others around your age. If you have young ones between six months and six years old who aren't quite old enough, ready, or willing to spend hours on the mountain, you can drop them off at the resort's daycare while you spend time in the snow.

Next time you're looking for a winter adventure full of outdoor activities, pack your RV and head to Montana. The town of Whitefish is home to a spotlight slope and has everything that you need for a memorable and wonderful ski and winter camping trip.