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Kalispell, Montana

Kalispell is a dynamic community located within a thirty-minute drive of Flathead Lake, Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort, Glacier National Park, several National and State forests and parks, and the Bob Marshall Wilderness area.

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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 4.41% of the population of Kalispell. In the state of Montana there are 46,484 members in 11 stakes, 78 wards, 42 branches, 1 mission, and 1 temple in Billings.

LDS History

In 1856, Utah Church member E. W. VanEtten began hauling freight between Salt Lake City and mining and logging camps in Montana. That same year, Minnie Miller, another Latter-day Saint, moved to Jocko, Mont., with her husband to help manage the Indian Agency there. After gold was discovered in Montana in 1862, increasing demand for food and supplies in the mining towns drew other Latter-day Saints into the freighting business along the “Montana Trail” between that territory and Utah. During the last few decades of the 19th century, small numbers of Church members moved into Montana, seeking work in the mines and on the ranches.

Family Friendliness

Kalispell is the historical hub of the valley offering residents and visitors a glimpse of the past with the Conrad Mansion and Central School Museum. Art lovers can visit the Hockaday Museum of Art or any of the many galleries located in downtown Kalispell. Concerts, farmers markets, art fairs, and festivals flourish in Downtown Kalispell.

Spokane Washington Temple

237 miles W of Kalispell

Demographics:

 The 2011 Census estimates put Kalispell’s population at 20,008. The Kalispell Micropolitan Statistical Area has a population of 91,633 and it is the largest city and commercial center of northwest Montana. The name Kalispell is a Salish word meaning “flat land above the lake”. Kalispell is also the gateway to Glacier National Park.

Climate:

The July high is around 82 degrees and the January low is 14. Kalispell, MT, gets 15 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is 57 inches. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 118. On average, there are 151 sunny days per year in Kalispell, MT.

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