Moving Agents Near You
North American Van Lines
209 Commerce, Missoula, MT 59808 Distance:94.73 Miles
North American Van Lines
1420 S. Main, Moscow, ID 83843 Distance:161.27 Miles
516 E 1st Ave. Ste. C, Kennewick, WA 99336 Distance:266.25 Miles
Kalispell, Montana Moving Companies
North American Van Lines: The Best of City Name Moving Companies
Kalispell, MT, is a beautiful mountain town. With hiking and swimming in the summer, fishing in the autumn, and skiing in the winter, there is no end to the activities Kalispell offers. At North American Van Lines, we want you to be able to appreciate this beautiful city you will soon call home. We have three agents serving the area that provide personalized moving services. Each of our moving agents has a customer rating of 4.8 stars and above, and all of them are bonded and licensed. Our agents are also accredited with the Better Business Bureau.
Whether you’re moving a family or a business or you're even moving south from Canada, our agents will be dedicated to ensuring your move is as easy and as seamless as possible. A variety of services are available from packing supplies to dedicated packing services, furniture loading and hauling, auto and boat transportation, and even temporary storage space. Estimates are provided at no cost to you, and the service is always prompt, efficient, and professional. Our agents know Kalispell from Old Reserve Drive to 13th Street E, so call us today if you need help with your move.
With more than 20,000 residents and the center of one of the largest commercial centers in Montana, Kalispell is an ideal location for those looking for a home in the heart of the West.
Kalispell, Mont., is a historic city, surrounded by national parks, lakes, mountains and flatland. The scenic location shouldn't fool travelers, however, as it is also home to a bustling nightlife and active outdoor community.
The city, which was named after the Kalispel peoples, also offers a look into older cultures, with a prominent tradition rooted in Native American culture. The local schools offer classes in the Kalispel, Spokane and Flathead languages, and the city is surrounded by ancient tribal lands.
Attractions and activities in Kalispell
The first thing an visitor to Kalispell will notice is the convenient location to several of Montana's most beautiful natural attractions. The city is just 31 miles from Glacier National Park, 22 from the Hungry Horse Dam, 17 miles from Whitefish Mountain Resort and the Blacktail Mountain Ski Area and a mere 7 miles from Flathead Lake. This means ample opportunities for skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing and other favorite winter activities in the colder months, as well as biking, horseback riding, golfing, fishing, whitewater rafting and more during the summer.
The Glacier Symphony, Hockaday Museum of Art and Conrad Mansion offer a fine look at the more artistic side of life in Kalispell. Visitors and residents alike can take in a concert after a day of fishing or walking the well-kept grounds of the mansion. Alternatively, you can take in demonstrations of traditional Native American life and art as well.
Moving to Kalispell
The best way to take in all that Kalispell has to offer, of course, is to live there. Those interested in relocating to this beautiful city using a Kalispell moving company can take advantage of the many services that North American Van Lines has to offer. From a dedicated driving staff of more than 2,700 located across the nation to conveniences like full-service packing, North American Agents offers help of all kinds.
Travelers should be aware that Kalispell is home to it's own airport, as well as being conveniently located at the intersection of U.S. Routes 2 and 93. Commercial air service is made available at the Glacier Park International Airport for those that require it.