Flathead Lake is a year-round campground retreat facility, focusing on empowering youth through programming and camps while also providing space for other groups or camps to enjoy our amazing facility!
Flathead Lake United Methodist Camp has been empowering youth for 100 years. It was originally titled Glacier Institute and was established in 1925. It was originally located on Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park but in 1929 a fire destroyed the original camp and it was moved to Flathead Lake. After the fire, it was sold to Glacier National Park for a meer $19,300.
Today, Flathead Lake United Methodist Camp focuses on empowering youth through programming and camps and providing space for other groups or camps to enjoy our peaceful and rewarding space. Flathead Lake is a year-round campground retreat facility. The camp is bordered by 3,000 feet of pristine shoreline of Flathead Lake and is set amidst 30 acres of lush forest and grounds. Recreation opportunities include canoeing, swimming, basketball, volleyball, horseshoes, baseball, hiking, fishing, table tennis, and camp fire circle. The camp is open to church groups of all denominations, non-profit organizations, school groups, government agencies and family reunions. Facilities include 12 cabins with sleeping capacity of 160, dining hall and retreat center, restroom and shower facilities, large indoor chapel, fire pit area, outdoor chapel area, four classrooms, dock, swimming area, basketball and volleyball courts. Food services are available for groups of up to 160. The staff provides wholesome and tasty meals. Heated cabins support 50 overnight guests during the winter. Please join us for an unforgettable experience.