Montana Stone Horse, a Northwestern Montana Real Estate community on Flathead Lake in Polson, Montana

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Activities at Stonehorse Golf Glacier National Park Fishing Hiking Hunting Horseback Riding Rafting Ski Resorts


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At Stonehorse

Stonehorse homes were designed with the active resident in mind. Our Flathead Lake homes have expansive views that inspire a new conquest every day. With Northwestern Montana homesites at Stonehorse, you can:


  • Jog or walk the extensive network of private trails
  • Picnic at one of the scenic mountain and lake view outlooks along the trail
  • Bird-watch


Area Activities

Our homes in the Flathead Lake Region of Montana are located in the moderately temperate "banana belt" with comfortable winters and summers making Stonehorse an all-seasons Northwest Montana residence where you can enjoy many of the area's activities and attractions. The Flathead River boasts the warmest whitewater rafting in the West. Guided trips are available from a variety of outfitters. No matter what type of fishing you enjoy, you will find a prime place to cast your line up here. Fly-fishing opportunities abound on the Flathead River and nearby streams.


Flathead Lake is the largest freshwater lake in the West. With 128 miles of shoreline, this 28-mile long lake provides endless fun for water sport enthusiasts. Your day on the lake will start at the Polson marina, whether you want to water ski, jet ski, fish, sail, or go for a sunset cruise. Day cruises can take passengers to Wild Horse Island, the largest of the lake's islands and home to bighorn sheep, bald eagles, bear, deer, numerous songbirds and several wild horses. Golf Digest recently named the Flathead Valley of Montana among the Top 50 Golf Destinations. There are nine championship courses all within a 45-minute drive of one another allowing for even more golf to be played on those famously long Northwest Montana summer days.


For shooting sport enthusiasts, Big Sky Sporting Clays at Van Voast's Farm in Polson offers skeet, trap, 5-stand and sporting shooting. Hone your hunting skills or simply master the sport at this nearby range.

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Adventurous types and families alike will enjoy a trip to Glacier National Park. Glacier, the crown jewel of the continent, is only a couple of hours away from Stone Horse. Day hikes range from very easy to strenuous, while offering tremendous Montana mountain and lake views and likely wildlife sightings. Northwest Montana historic lodges and campgrounds within the park provide overnight options, and the more daring can explore backcountry camping.


The nearby Mission Mountain Range and Bob Marshall Wilderness areas are also incredible places for discovery. These protected areas are only accessible by foot and horseback and literally span millions of acres. In the winter months, downhill skiers, cross-country skiers and snowmobilers will find the Flathead Valley transformed into a winter playground. The Bob Marshall and Mission Mountain Wilderness areas are open for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Snowmobiles can be ridden in designated areas nearby.


For a fantastic day on the slopes that grandkids and grandparents alike will enjoy, Blacktail Ski Mountain is an easy hour drive north of Stonehorse, near the town of Lakeside. The top of Blacktail is accessible by car so every skier starts from the top. This "upside-down hill" has amazing views of Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake Views as well as glacier National Park, the Mission Mountain Range, and the Whitefish and Cabinet Ranges. Whitefish Mountain Resort at Big Mountain is an hour and a half away in Whitefish and the mountain certainly lives up to its name. Numerous runs and trails traverse this expansive peak giving beginners and experienced skiers alike endless places to roam.

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