2017 Fleetwood Bounder 36H - Sleeps 9, Lots of Amenities

51 review
Class AKalispell, MT
9 guests
Sleeps 9
36 ft. long
Pet friendly
Offers delivery

This RV is a 2017 Fleetwood Bounder 36H Class A, built for families and fun. She includes a fully equipped kitchen as well as a queen-sized bed, a over the cab drop down bed, a set of bunk beds, a fold out couch bed, and a dinette conversion. She also has tons of underneath storage with bins to keep all your things organized. Adventure awaits! She also comes with all these modern amenities. Furnace, water heater, AC, generator, and a updated TV with Roku, a DVD player, and a CD player to listen to tunes will rolling down the highway. This gas-powered Class A RV is a nice drive and a perfect fit for you week long excursion across Montana or a quick little weekend getaway to Glacier National Park.What's includedLinens, cookware, utensils, camping chairs, propane and Weber Grill, Airport Pickup from Glacier International Airport available. Delivery and Pickup within 100 mile radius available upon request. RecommendationsAre you ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure? Look no further than Glacier National Park, a natural wonderland nestled in the heart of Northwest Montana. Prepare to be captivated by its awe-inspiring landscapes, rugged mountain ranges, and pristine wilderness that have been shaped by ancient ice rivers for centuries. With its alpine meadows, dense forests, cascading waterfalls, and an impressive collection of 25 glistening glaciers and 200 sparkling lakes, Glacier National Park is a true paradise for nature enthusiasts and photographers alike.Your journey begins with a scenic drive to the West Entrance, just 45 minutes away, or the East Entrance, a mere 2 hours and 30 minutes' drive. As you traverse the park's relatively few miles of road, spanning across its expansive 1,600 square miles, you'll quickly realize that Glacier National Park has been carefully preserved to maintain its primitive and unspoiled beauty.One of the park's crown jewels is the world-renowned Going-to-the-Sun Road, a winding mountain highway that offers breathtaking vistas at every turn. This iconic route is a photographer's dream, providing ample opportunities to capture the grandeur of the surrounding peaks, valleys, and glaciers. Be prepared to have your breath taken away as you witness nature's masterpieces unfold before your eyes.But the adventure doesn't end at Glacier National Park's boundaries. Prepare to be enchanted by the Flathead National Forest, a sprawling 2.4-million-acre natural playground located just south of the Canadian border. Immerse yourself in the rugged wilderness, traverse over 2,000 miles of trails, and discover the countless lakes that dot this magnificent landscape. Whether you're camping, hiking, skiing, or simply basking in the year-round beauty, the Flathead National Forest is a must-visit destination for outdoor enthusiasts seeking an authentic slice of the American West.For those craving the tranquility of a shimmering lake, a short 20-minute drive south will lead you to Flathead Lake. Prepare to be astounded by the sheer size of this natural freshwater marvel, the largest of its kind west of the Mississippi in the lower 48 states. With over 200 square miles of crystal-clear water and 185 miles of pristine shoreline, Flathead Lake offers a myriad of recreational activities and picturesque camping spots. As you revel in the beauty of this aquatic paradise, remember to secure a tribal recreation permit if you venture into the southern half of the lake, which falls within the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Flathead Reservation.Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks ensure that you have easy access to Flathead Lake's beauty, maintaining thirteen public access sites around its shores. From fishing access sites such as Sportsmans Bridge and Big Arm to state recreation areas like Wayfarers and Woods Bay, you'll find the perfect spot to launch your boat, enjoy a picnic, swim, or camp. To the west, don't miss the opportunity to explore Wildhorse Island, a captivating 2,165-acre state park accessible only by boat. This secluded paradise is a haven for day trippers, offering hiking trails and breathtaking vistas, but overnight camping is not permitted.Recreation abounds both on and around the lake, catering to all interests. Sail across the shimmering waters, rev up your powerboat, or test your water skiing skills. Dive into the refreshing depths for a swim, cast your line in pursuit of a prized catch, or simply relax on the sandy shores while picnicking with loved ones. During the summer, indulge in the bounty of locally grown cherries, apples, plums, and other fruits available at roadside stands along the east shore. As for accommodations, you'll find an array of motels, rental cabins, and public campgrounds scattered around the shoreline. And when you need to stock up on supplies or gather information, the nearby population centers of Kalispell, Bigfork, and Polson have got you covered.If you're up for another aquatic escapade, set your sights on Lake Koocanusa/Rexford, just an hour and a half's drive from the valley. This reservoir is a haven for watercraft enthusiasts, offering expansive settings for sailing and large watercraft. Fishing aficionados will be delighted by the reservoir's abundant populations of Kokanee salmon, Kamloops trout, bull trout, West slope cutthroat trout, and burbot. Cast your line and reel in the catch of a lifetime while surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of Koocanusa Reservoir.Along the reservoir's shoreline, you'll discover a wealth of developed recreation complexes, including Rexford Bench, McGillivray, Peck Gulch, and Rocky Gorge. These well-equipped sites boast campgrounds, picnic areas, swimming beaches, and boat ramps, perfect for a fun-filled day with family and friends. Meanwhile, marina complexes like Cripple Horse and Mariners Haven Resort cater to the needs of boating enthusiasts, offering convenient amenities and easy access to the water. And as you explore the surrounding communities of West Kootenai, Rexford, Eureka, and Libby, you'll find a range of private RV parks, restaurants, and stores to enhance your lakeside experience.To truly appreciate the beauty of the area, embark on a scenic drive along the two paved highways that run adjacent to the reservoir, stretching from Eureka to Libby. Designated as a Scenic Byway by the State of Montana, these roads offer mesmerizing views and glimpses of the Ural-Tweed Big Horn Sheep herd, located on the eastern side of the reservoir along Highway 37. Soak in the tranquility, marvel at the wildlife, and create lasting memories as you explore this captivating region.So, whether you're seeking adventure in Glacier National Park, embracing the wilderness of the Flathead National Forest, enjoying the serenity of Flathead Lake, or immersing yourself in the beauty of Lake Koocanusa/Rexford, Northwest Montana promises a journey filled with unparalleled natural wonders. Get ready to embark on an unforgettable escapade that will leave you in awe of the remarkable landscapes and timeless beauty that this region has to offer.Other things to noteSmall pets welcome!
No Smoking!
This RV is not allowed to drive on Going-To-The-Sun Road, it is to long. Camping areas within Glacier National Park do not allow RVs Over 12 feet. Suggested RV Sites are West Glacier KOA, West Glacier RV Park, Columbia Falls RV park, and more listed on this website with the filter of Big Rig Access:
https://campgrounds.rvlife.com/regions/montana/glacier-national-parkWe recommend having a car to enjoy all of Glacier National Parks beauty.


2017 Fleetwood Bounder 36H
  • Sleeps 9
  • 9 seatbelts
  • Fresh water: 100 gal
  • Fuel type: Gas
  • Fuel capacity: 80 gal
  • Automatic transmission


  • Toilet
  • Inside Shower
  • Generator
  • TV/DVD
  • Audio Inputs
  • Radio
  • CD Player
  • Oven

Meet your host, Rebecca and Shawn

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Rules and policies

  • Pet friendly
  • Tailgating friendly
  • No music festivals
  • No smoking
  • Mileage: 100 free miles / day
  • 4 generator hours / day
24/7 roadside assistance
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Roadside assistance on every rental, plus help planning your trip or operating the RV.

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Enhance your trip with these add-ons. Available at checkout.

Inflatable Paddle Board
/per day
Propane Grill
Weber Tabletop Grill
/per day

Availability and rates


There’s a 1 night minimum stay

  • Security deposit: $1,500.00 (refundable)
  • Prep fee: $200.00. This fee will cover preparing and sanitizing the unit prior to each rental.
2017 Fleetwood Bounder 36H - Sleeps 9, Lots of Amenities



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Greg N.

July 20235

The RV was as advertised. Mechanically sound without any signs of neglect. Beds were comfortable however sheets were a bid coarse.
The owners did a great job of outfitting the RV.
We thoroughly enjoyed the rental and would consider renting again.
This is a big unit and can accommodate a large family.
I don’t recommend opting to drive this size RV without prior experience as it requires exceptional care to maneuver.
Communication with the owners was easy and helpful.
They made the experience effortless.

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Kalispell, Montana

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