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Foys Lake…a bright and sparkling jewel near Kalispell

Located just three miles south of town, Foys Lake is the closest lake to Kalispell, Montana. The lake is 235 acres in surface area with the shoreline spanning three and a half miles. It is well known in the area for its clear, blue waters. The lake is a great place for summer recreation, offering swimming, fishing and boating. There is a public beach that is great for picnics or taking in some sun. There is also a roped off swimming area that keeps swimmers separated from boaters and the shallow waters allow for warmer swimming compared to area deeper lakes.

If fishing is your thing, your best bet is to get to the lake early in the morning or at dusk. Trout are planted regularly, so chances are good you will catch plenty of fish.

Foys Lake was formed by melting glaciers and is fed by fresh water underground springs. During the summer months, recreation on the lake consists of swimming boating, jet skiing, kayaking, canoeing and fishing. When the lake freezes, it is an ice fishing mecca. In addition, the frozen lake provides excellent cross country skiing, snow shoeing and ice skating.

Foys Lake is Kalispell, Montana’s jewel. This area of the Flathead Valley is quickly being discovered and embraced for its pure waters and beautiful landscapes. Glacier melt water makes its way to Flathead Lake through the rivers and streams that wind their way through the valley floor. Sunrises and sunsets delight residents and visitors alike from the surrounding Salish Mountains to the west, Whitefish and Lewis Ranges to the north and the Flathead and Swan Ranges to the East. The location is prime for the exciting variety of activities and entertainment.

Glacier National Park is just over 30 miles from Kalispell city proper. Flathead Lake is 7 miles south. The Glacier International Airport is 7 miles north and the festive area of Whitefish is less than 15 miles north. Encompassing the Kalispell region are over 3 million acres of protected wilderness. Everywhere you turn is opportunity for recreation and beauty.

The growing city itself is aesthetic and everywhere one looks are scenes of interest. Historic museums and homes, quaint city parks, tunnel-like tree lined streets, a variety of waterways and rolling farmlands all add to the eye’s delight in the Kalispell region. Of course, the mountains, lakes, rivers and forests that create the Flathead Valley are gorgeous beyond words.

 


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