The Flathead Lake Vacation Guide

This downloadable guide contains most every restaurant, campground, hiking trail, fishing area, state park, national park, wildlife area, national wilderness, city, town, event, and the list goes on and on.
This is quite possibly the most complete guide for this area of Montana.

Our Flathead Lake Vacation Guide is available in e-Pub, PDF, HTML and Kindle formats so it can easily be downloaded to your tablet or smart phone.

The Ultimate Flathead Lake Vacation Guide contains information about most every public campground and fishing access site around Flathead Lake. It includes hiking trails in the Jewel Basin outside of Bigfork as well as information about towns and annual activities around Flathead Lake.

At $4.99 the Flathead Lake Vacation Guide costs less then a Subway® sandwich you can buy in Bigfork or Polson and will insure you have the information you need to have a Great Montana Lake Vacation.

The Flathead Lake Vacation Guide

Our Flathead Lake Vacation Guide is available in e-Pub, PDF, HTML and Kindle formats so it can easily be downloaded to your tablet or smart phone. Spend less time wondering what to do and more time doing it with this Vacation Guide all about Montana’s Flathead Lake.

Bigfork Montana

Bigfork Montana is a year-round resort village of about 1500 residents built on a western art theme. It contains many art galleries, fine restaurants, golf, boutiques, and live theater. The Village of Bigfork is located on Flathead Lake with ample public access to fishing, boating and hiking opportunities.

Polson Montana

Polson Montana is a quiet lake shore community in the trading center for one of most fertile farming areas in Montana. This prime cherry growing region is home to dozens of orchards, which Polson celebrates with an annual Cherry Festival. The broad, sweeping Mission Valley south of Polson is bordered by the rugged, snow-capped Mission Mountains.

State Parks

Finley Point State Park is a 28 acre public access point open from May through September on the southern end of Flathead Lake. Recreational activities in and around the park include fishing, hiking, swimming, and boating.

Campgrounds

Flathead Lake maintains 185 miles of shoreline and contains 200 square miles of natural freshwater. There are 13 public access sites around Flathead Lake maintained by Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks. This vacation guide contains information about each and every public campground around Flathead Lake.