HEALTH & SAFETY
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 76 years is this truer than today. As we gear up for another wonderful summer season here at the ranch, we continue to plan ways to strengthen the health and safety of our employees and guests.
From our wranglers to housekeepers to chefs and biking guides, our dedicated staff will work to provide the safety, peace of mind and unforgettable experience you are looking for. As we look ahead to 2022, we will continue to monitor COVID and as the season gets closer, we’ll update our plan to ensure the safest environment possible for all of our guests and staff.
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.”
SOCIAL DISTANCING PRACTICES
TRAINING & EMPLOYEE MANAGEMENT
CLEANING & HYGIENE
RESPONSE ACTION PLAN
Single family reservations cancelled 150 or more days prior to arrival date will be refunded the deposit less a $500 cancellation fee. Multiple family groups cancelled 150 or more days prior to the arrival date will be refunded the deposit, less a $500 cancellation fee per individual family unit. Any reservation cancelled less than 150 days prior to arrival date, including multiple family groups, will only be refunded if Flathead Lake Lodge is able to rebook the reservation with the same number of people. As stated, the $500 cancellation fee(s) will apply. We highly recommend trip insurance to cover any losses or interruption of travel plans due to unforeseen circumstances. No refunds or adjustments will be made to your total package price for any changes within 60 days of arrival which result in shortening the length of stay or reduction in occupancy.
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.