Health & Safety at Flathead Lake Lodge

As a family owned business who builds experiences around sharing our lifestyle and western, ranching ways, safety is always at the forefront of Flathead Lake Lodge. It allows us to do what we do, provide authentic, engaging and memorable experiences. Never more in our 75 years is this truer than today. As we gear up for another summer season here at the ranch, we have been tirelessly planning ways and working with experts to strengthen the health and safety of our employees and guests.

From our wranglers to housekeepers to chefs and biking guides, our dedicated staff has worked to amend our operation to provide the safety, peace of mind and unforgettable experience you are looking for. We have addressed 5 main areas to create our 2020 Operations Plan.

  • SOCIAL DISTANCING PRACTICES
  • REQUIRED EQUIPMENT
  • TRAINING & EMPLOYEE MANAGEMENT
  • CLEANING & HYGIENE
  • RESPONSE ACTION PLAN
Read Our Entire 2020 Operating Plan
Read Our Entire 2020 Operating Plan

We look forward to sharing a wonderful season with you at the ranch, and regardless of the challenges we’ll be here celebrating our way of life and living out our mission of “Forging Relationships Through Authentic Experiences.”

We know this might not be the summer to travel for everyone and have adjusted our cancellation policy to make sure you have the flexibility to visit soon. Please give us a call for help.

Updated Cancellation Policy

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.


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For More Information

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.