Seven Springs Ranch is located within easy access to Glacier National Park, Kalispell, Flathead Lake, The Bob Marshall Wilderness, the eclectic tourist centers of Whitefish and Bigfork, and many other lakes and wilderness areas.
Our location provides a remote setting, off the beaten track, with easy access to all the attractions listed above.
From here you can easily walk to National Forest land and hike as far as you want to go. There is a variety of wildlife that frequents Seven Springs Ranch including deer, black bear, moose, mountain lions and all sorts of birds of prey.
This is a ranch in name only. There are no other rental units. The property itself is 46 acres of open meadows, canopied forest, springs, streams and ponds.
The Guest House is perched on a knoll with open meadow on two sides and forest surrounding the back and one side. This configuration provides an excellent combination of forest canopy and open views.
The all-new construction was completed in 2002. A well-equipped kitchen features all new modern appliances. Most striking is the aspen paneled vaulted ceiling and walls, featuring a post and beam railing and large open loft.
In the late 1800s the second transcontinental railroad was built through here. The tracks are gone but the grade is accessable and clearly visible on the north side of the property. The grade from here into Little Bitterroot Lake was steep and difficult, so it was later abandoned and rerouted through Whitefish.
Come and enjoy the Big Sky sitting on the front porch, playing in the front yard, exploring the pond or hiking the many short trails.