Lodge News

Working at Flathead Lake Lodge: An Inside Look at Becoming Part of the Lodge Family

*This is a guest post by Lauren Picard. Lauren has been part of our summer staff for the last three seasons. Hey there! If you’ve stayed with us or worked at Flathead L...

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News Release: Flathead Lake Lodge Celebrates 75th Anniversary with “A Week of Hope”

Montana Guest Ranch Partners with HopeKids and Montana Children's to Host 20 Children and Their Families with Life-threatening Medical Conditions in 2020 Tuesday, Septemb...

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Its a Girl!

Yesterday morning we woke up to a great surprise! Meet the newest member of the Lodge.

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First Snow

Its that time of the year again! We woke up today to a dusting of snow covering the last of the green grass we had. With the high of the day only reaching 35 degrees the winte...

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Wrapping up our 68th Season!

As we wrap up our 68th season and reminisce about all the families and events we hosted this year, we feel very privileged having met you all. Thank you for yet another spect...

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Budweiser Wagon Reconstruction

Due to the long winter months we have taken on many different projects, one that entails restoring a classic Budweiser style carriage. Sledge and Hammer are excited for their...

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Crown of the Continent – Final Line up

  Chris Hillman, founding member of the Byrds and Herb Pedersen from The Desert Rose Band will be joining us as Artists in Residence for the 2012 workshop and festival and r...

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Bustling and Barn Dancing – Chase & Kate’s Wedding

For the first time in a long time, Flathead Lake Lodge was still shaking in its boots after a memorable Averill wedding celebration. Chase Averill and Kate Verhey ti...

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The End

It’s a wrap, summer number 66 is gone and bye, ushered out by golden tamaracks, cooler weather, and hopefully more record northern pike caught off the dock.

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Hello 1956!

It was pretty cool this morning when Lois Tortorelli, who worked at the Lodge as a 19 year old in 1956 brought in some old FLL artifacts she has kept all these years.

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