Hotels: there’s the downtowner, which is probably a bit dumpy (haven’t stayed there personally). There’s also a Super 8 that’s pretty much the same as every other super 8 in the country. Options go up in price from there.Camping: The Whitefish State Park campground is the only ones that’s within striking distance of downtown – probably a 10-15 minute (leisurely) bike ride. According to here, they’re open all year, but I’m not sure if that’s actually true. If you don’t mind being ~20 minutes out of town, there are lots of places to sleep in the woods / crash in the back of the truck.Beer / food: There are lots of bars downtown, most of which serve bar food of some sort or another. The brewery has a nice tap room (with free skee ball) but mediocre beer. They also serve sandwiches, but don’t have a full menu. 2nd St. Pizza and La Hacienda (inside the Remington bar) are good options for reasonably priced eating.Bikes: Worth bringing if you have room in the vehicle. Somewhat weather dependent, but I’d be pretty surprised if the lower trails around the vallley were unrideable in 3 weeks. That said, there’s a pretty good chance it’ll be cold and wet. It’s about 50-50 whether higher stuff will be skiable 3 weeks from now.Drop a line if you want to grab a beer or want more specifics.