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Lone Pine State Park

Overlooks feature breathtaking Flathead Valley vistas. On a clear day, you can see Flathead Lake, Big Mountain, the Jewel Basin and Glacier National Park.

About the Park

There are 7.5 miles of trails available for hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, and horseback riding. In the wintertime, snowshoe rentals are available for $5 per person or $10 per family. Park visitors will be sure to find a great hike to revitalize their soul and a peaceful spot to relax and view area wildflowers, wildlife and breath-taking overlooks of the Flathead Valley.    

The visitor center gift shop is a highlight and is now open year 'round. A walk through the visitor center provides a tour of the wildlife and forest ecology within the park. The visitor center contains a spacious meeting room with audio visual equipment and wrap around decks with beautiful vistas. It's an ideal spot for a meeting or social gathering.

Regular adult workshops, children's activities and interpretive programs make Lone Pine an exciting stop for school field trips, residents and out-of-state visitors. Find out more about educational opportunities by contacting the park office.

The site covers 279 acres and ranges between 2,959 feet and 3,644 feet in elevation.


  • Action Trackchair all-terrain wheelchair

  • Archery range

  • Bird Watching

  • Children's Activities

  • Cross-Country Skiing

  • Education Exhibit

  • Hiking

  • Horseback Riding

  • Mountain Biking

  • Nature

  • Outdoor Activity

  • Photography

  • Picnicking

  • Running

  • Sightseeing

  • Snowshoeing

  • Visitor Center

  • Wildlife Viewing

All-terrain Wheelchair

Lone Pine State Park offers an Action Trackchair, an all-terrain wheelchair designed to empower individuals of all abilities to explore the state park. This all-terrain wheelchair is available free of charge for the public to use as conditions allow.

FWP acquired the Action Trackchair thanks to support from the Montana State Parks Foundation, the Christopher and Dana Reeves Foundation’s Quality of Life Grants Program, and Hydro Flask’s Parks for All Grant Program.

How to reserve the Action Trackchair: Call the Lone Pine State Park Visitor Center at 406-755-2706 for a reservation.

Who can reserve the Action Trackchair? Anyone with a disability that limits them from using the Lone Pine trail system. Proof of disability documentation is required. Users need to be accompanied by a non-disabled person when using the chair.

Where can someone use the Action Trackchair? Currently, the Action Trackchair can only be used on the primary Lone Pine Trail. Maps are available.


Some amenities are seasonal. Check with the park for availability.

  • ADA Accessible

  • Archery Trail

  • Childrens Activities

  • Equipment Rental

  • Established Fire Pits

  • Gift Shop

  • Grills/Fire Rings

  • Group Use Rentals

  • Interpretive Display

  • Maps

  • Parking

  • Pets Allowed (on a leash)

  • Picnic Shelter

  • Public Restroom

  • Toilets (Flush)

  • Toilets (Vault)

  • Trash Removal

  • Water

Archery Range

Lone Pine State Park has a public archery range that includes 10 shooting stations spread across 18 acres. There is also a public archery range at the Big Arm Unit of Flathead Lake State Park.

Archery Range Access

  • Open year-round
  • Hours: 8 a.m. -10 p.m.
    • The park must be vacated by the posted closing time displayed at the park entrance. Overnight parking prohibited.
  • No reservations or use fee
    • Park entrance fee for nonresident owned vehicles applies
  • Park map (PDF)


  • Field points only. Broadheads or practice broadheads are strictly prohibited. Use will result in expulsion from the archery range.
  • All users must stay on designated trails within the posted range boundaries (red signs).
  • Shoot only within designated target shooting lanes. The maximum allowed shot distance is the shooting station.
  • Travel in counterclockwise direction through archery range, following the shooting station numbers.
  • Shoot, retrieve your arrows, and then move to the next station.  
  • Be aware of your target and beyond.

Seasons & Hours

Hours listed below are normal operating hours and may not apply when there is a special restriction or closure. Check Alerts and Closures in the tab below.

Open all year
8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Visitor Center
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday — 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Sunday — 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. 
Closed — Monday & Tuesday 
Closed  November 26, 27, December 24, 25, 31, January 1

Archery Trail
Open year-round

Park Rules


Contact the park manager for open volunteer positions at Lone Pine State Park.

For complete position descriptions, application forms, and details about Montana State Parks volunteer programs, visit the Volunteers page.


Montana Residents

  • Montana residents who pay the $9 state parks fee with their annual vehicle registration have no daily entrance fees to state parks. For residents who don't include this in their vehicle registration, non-resident day use fees apply.


  • Day use entrance fee with a vehicle: $8

  • Day use entrance fee as a walk-in, bicycle or bus passenger: $4

  • With a Nonresident Entrance Pass: Free

Alerts & Closures

Restrictions and Closures

See a current list of Restrictions and Closures on State Parks and other FWP lands that may be affected by floods, fire, drought or major maintenance activities.

Contact Information

Mailing Address:
Lone Pine State Park
300 Lone Pine Rd
Kalispell, MT 59901

Phone: 406-755-2706 ext. 3


Recreate Responsibly

Tips to stay safe while getting outdoors

To keep our state parks safe and accessible to all, make sure you know before you go, practice physical distancing, plan ahead, play it safe, explore locally, leave no trace, respect wildlife, and do your part to build an inclusive outdoors. 

Visit the Recreate Responsibly page for more information 

Lone Pine State Park


300 Lone Pine Rd.
Kalispell, MT 59901
(48.17404 / -114.33754)

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Meet The Park Manager

Brian Schwartz

Brian Schwartz oversees Lone Pine, Thompson Falls and Lake Mary Ronan state parks. He also manages Smith Lake Fishing Access Site (FAS) and multiple other FAS along the Clark Fork River. He previously served as a park warden with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, with the the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, as a camp director on Flathead Lake, and as recreation programmer for the city of Whitefish. Brian has a Bachelor of Science in Recreation, Parks and Leisure Services with an emphasis in Resource Management from Mankato State University. 

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