Dear guests of Flathead Lake Lodge,

Just like you, we have been keeping a close eye on the coronavirus (COVID-19) that is currently on everyone’s minds. Know that at Flathead Lake Lodge, your safety is and will always be, our top priority.

I wanted to take a minute to let you know of a few of the ways we’ve been working hard to keep our ranch safe and ready for everyone to enjoy this summer:

  • We have made the decision to delay the opening of the ranch until May 25th. This extra month will give us time to see where this challenge takes us, support social distancing, prepare correctly, train correctly and hopefully set the groundwork for another amazing summer at Flathead Lake Lodge. 
  • We are adhering to the latest information, protocols and tools from the leading health experts and government authorities – including the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control – to maximize the effectiveness of our response.
  • We are committed to having a clean environment, paying extra attention to keeping high-traffic areas sanitized.
  • We’ll add extra hand sanitizer throughout our buildings for everyone to use and have hand-washing stations readily available.

We are continuing to closely watch this situation unfold and will make necessary changes and adjustments as needed. Since the beginning of this, our priority for this coming summer has been to keep our guests, staff and greater FLL family safe and healthy by following the directives of the CDC and the Public Health Department. We will be sure to update you as we know more.

Due to the extenuating circumstances of the current COVID-19 pandemic, Flathead Lake Lodge is temporarily modifying our cancellation policy for reservations during the 2020 family season. The health and wellbeing of our guests is always our top priority.

Any 2020 family season reservation cancelled within 30 days of the day of arrival will be given a full refund of their deposit.
*Reservations cancelled outside the 30 days will be subject to the standard cancellation policy.

We are all in this together and know that travel may not be feasible or advisable for some families. Let’s see where this season goes, practice social distancing and remember that we are all striving to do our best as we look forward to spending some time on the lake in Montana making memories this summer.


Chase Averill
3rd Generation – GM

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We encourage travelers to seek and heed the latest expert guidance, and to make fact-based travel decisions. For information regarding COVID-19 and the meetings and events industry, visit the Meetings Mean Business website.

For more information and health guidance regarding COVID-19, please visit the CDCWHO or Montana Coronavirus Executive Taskforce websites.