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Whitefish Timeshare

The Rocky Mountains offer plenty of amazing activities for visitors to see and do. If you like hiking and other outdoor activities, consider buying a timeshare close to mountains and national parks that have made this region famous. Some of the best units for sale are available in Whitefish, Montana. This small town sits in the northern portion of the mountain range and is close to Glacier National Park. With a Whitefish timeshare, you can enjoy all of .... Read More

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this as well as the charm of this small town.

Under the Big Sky and More

One of the hottest festivals in Whitefish is Under the Big Sky. This new music festival brings in bands and singers from around the world. Scheduled during the second week in July, this festival lets you enjoy your favorite music as you relax under the stars. The Whitefish Arts Festival takes place early in the summer and features loads of local artists showing off some of their favorite pieces. If you visit in the spring through the late fall, you won't want to miss the Whitefish Farmers Market either. It's the perfect place to pick up local produce that you can use in your Whitefish timeshare.

Peace and Quiet and More

Most visitors love their Whitefish timeshare because of the peace and quiet that it offers, but you can get more out of the town when you know where to go. The Alpine Slide offers an impressive look of the mountains as you slide down the terrain, while the Amazing Fun Center offers games and other activities for every member of the family. When you head downtown, you'll find blocks of local shops that offer some great items for sale. Some of the best shops include the Whitefish Pottery and Retail Store, Bookworks of Whitefish and Great Northern Ski & Cycle. Sweet Peaks Ice Cream is a great place to grab a treat downtown too. You can find a Whitefish timeshare today that is within walking distance of those shops and restaurants.

Though some think of Montana as part of the Old West and picture it as a dusty and dry landscape, it can get quite cold in the winter. Temperatures can fall as low as 16 degrees Fahrenheit and climb into the low 30s when the sky is clear. Rain and snow can fall on as many as nine or 10 days per month in both December and January. The only other month that gets as much rain is June. Temperatures in July and August climb to more than 80 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and drop to 50 or below at night.