It's the little things that count.

One of the most rewarding aspects of working in the hospitality business is helping provide families with an amazing vacation. We take it personally, and truly feel that each guest of the Ranch should feel like they are at home… if their home was a 2,000 acre playground! It is always bittersweet at the end of each week to say goodbye to the families we have become friends with (sometimes with the kids crying and clinging to the closest tree, not wanting to leave) and the same day welcoming the new families as the children jump from their airport shuttle practically before it has parked.

It is these memories and friendships over the years that has made the Lodge such a special place. The list of characters is endless, and each year there is no better reminder of that than over the holiday season. Aside from skiing, hunting and playing hockey, browsing through the annual Christmas Card basket is a winter past time here at the Lodge. Each year the Lodge receives hundreds of holiday cards from past guests. Some families just visited us last year, some haven’t visited since the 50’s, and all are equally appreciated. It can literally take hours to go through the ‘card basket’, and when you are done, it is more clear than ever that for theĀ  65+ years it is not the location, facilities, amenities, cuisine, or recreation that makes Flathead Lake Lodge special, it is the people.

So thank you for all the support…and some really hilarious Christmas cards, it is always appreciated.

This is rewarding - hearing from guests who haven't been to the Lodge in 43yrs!
This is rewarding - hearing from guests who haven't been to the Lodge in 43yrs!
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Photo of the Year Contest

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Roni wants you to submit a picture too...

Flathead Lake Lodge is looking for the best photos from 2010.

Please submit your photos to by February 1st to enter.

The winner will receive a whitewater rafting trip for the family and $200 to the Stage Stop Gift Shop!

we also like seeing really old FLL photos too….

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