The Whitefish Bike Retreat is TrailSide lodging and camping along the Whitefish Trail located in Northwestern Montana just eight miles west of the town of Whitefish. We encompass 19 acres of wilderness adjacent to the Whitefish Trail network nestled in the Beaver Lake area and offer unique and affordable lodging options for cyclists and adventurers. The Whitefish Bike Retreat is not just a place to stay, it is a place to experience! Private Rooms, Single Bunks and Tent Spots Available.
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Largest space: 300ft2 Total conference space: 300ft2 Guest rooms: 6 Breakout Rooms: 1 Wedding Support Contact Email:
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