The focus of this study was to identify challenges to family eldercare provision from the perspectives of both caregivers and community stakeholders. This qualitative study used data from 306 family caregivers and 116 stakeholders (aging, social, and health service professionals who work with older adults and their families) in North Dakota. Data sources included an American Association of Retired Persons-ND survey of 110 caregivers, a survey by the ND Family Caregiver Support Program (196 participants), and a Statewide Caregiving Stakeholder Survey (116 participants). Thematic analysis identified five themes: (a) financial burden of providing eldercare, (b) insufficient access to respite care, (c) difficulty finding and navigating available services and programs, (d) lack of knowledge and training on care provision, and (e) challenges related to environmental context of caregiving. Implications for working with family caregivers and developing policies for eldercare are discussed.