- Ultimate Flathead Lake Vacation Guide
The Ultimate Flathead Lake Vacation Guide is a single source of information about Flathead Lake Montana in one handy interface designed to work on your PC, Tablet, or Smart Phone.This Guide includes annual events, lodging, trail heads for hiking, full color photographs and information about every State Park around Flathead Lake. The Guide contains more than 70 pages of information and links to activities, local business listings, , public campgrounds, hiking trails, fishing access sites and just about any other information you want when you vacation on Montana’s Flathead Lake.
- Schools- St Ignatius Schools
Welcome to the St. Ignatius Schools public website, serving the needs of students, parents, and staff at St. Ignatius School District #28, St. Ignatius Montana.
- Schools- Ronan School District
School District No. 30 is a public education institution serving a diverse community. We provide an equitable learning opportunity in a safe environment for all students. We exist to educate and empower students for present and future individual achievements and contribution to their community and society.
- Schools- Polson School District
Our Mission is to partner with families and the community; provide a safe learning environment; and prepare students to succeed in a changing world.
- Schools- Charlo High School
“THE COMMUNITY OF CHARLO SCHOOLS ACCEPTS THE RESPONSIBILITY TO FOSTER A SAFE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT THAT WILL ENHANCE DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL AND ACADEMIC SKILLS FOR ALL STUDENTS”
- Salish Kootenai College
Salish Kootenai College is a tribally controlled college chartered in 1977 by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. The College is located in Pablo, Montana, in the heart of the Flathead Indian Reservation in the scenic Mission Valley of northwestern Montana.
- Ronan Lions Club
Lions meet the needs of local communities and the world. The 1.35 million members of our volunteer organization in 206 countries and geographic areas are different in many ways, but share a core belief – community is what we make it.
- Polson Transportation Plan
The Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes, Lake County, City of Polson, and the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) initiated a community-wide transportation planning process. This process will assist the planning partners, as well as the community at large, in guiding transportation infrastructure and implementation over the planning horizon (the year 2030).
- Newspapers- The Valley Journal
The Valley Journal is a free, locally owned, full-color weekly newspaper dedicated to accuracy, integrity and community support throughout Lake County. Our professional staff works diligently to bring balanced news and quality advertising to a readership of all ages, income levels and cultures.
- Museums- The Peoples Center
The Peoples Center is the place to experience the rich cultural heritage of the Salish, Pend d’Oreille and Kootenai tribes. The traditions and culture of these tribes have been passed orally from generation to generation since time began. As our lifestyles change with time and technology, we continue to preserve and protect our heritage, history and culture.
- Museums- Polson Flathead Museum
Polson, Montana is a homestead community founded in the late 1800’s, located on the South End of Flathead Lake (the largest freshwater lake West of the Mission). Polson is near Glacier Park and is a scenic destination of its own.
- Montana Water Rights
The Division carries out its duties for the purpose of promoting the general welfare and prosperity of the people of Montana. Sound coordination of the development and utilization of the state’s waters allows the Division to protect existing uses and to promote adequate future supplies for domestic, industrial, agricultural, recreation, the conservation of water for wildlife, aquatic life and other beneficial uses.
- Montana State Parks
It is easier than ever to plan your visit to a Montana state park. You can now search for a state park by name, nearest city, regional area, closest water body, activity, or facility.
- Montana HOPE Project
Begun in 1984 by the Association of Montana Troopers (formally the Association of Montana Highway Patrolmen), the Montana Hope Project originated from the strong desire of the Montana Troopers to give back to the communities that they serve. Officers wanted to establish a special service that would create a positive and rewarding impact both for the troopers, and for their communities.
- Montana Highway Patrol
The Highway Patrol’s core values are “Service, Integrity and Respect.” These values are reflected in our commitment to public safety through diligent and fair enforcement of our traffic codes. The Montana Highway Patrol believes that public safety is a partnership. We need your help by buckling up, slowing down, and not drinking and driving. Together we can make Montana a safer place to live and drive.
- Mission Valley Relocation Guide
Nelson Publications Inc. is a Montana owned and operated corporation producing professional quality relocation guides for many and most of Montana and Wyoming’s booming towns and counties. Our guides provide a thorough overview of these communities, updated annually, as well as giving prospective to newly relocated residents in touch with their future home. Many local businesses advertise services and welcoming messages to newcomers helping them find exactly what they need and where to go when they need it.
- Mission Valley Animal Shelter
We are the only animal shelter operation for dogs and cats between Kalispell , Missoula and Great Falls, Montana and the Idaho border, an area approximately 130 miles by 200 miles. We are one of only two totally privately-funded animal shelters for dogs and cats currently in operation in Montana. We are funded solely by donations, fees and, to a lesser extent, from grants from animal welfare organizations — we receive no governmental, state, county or municipal funds.
- Lake County Housing
The Lake County Housing Assistance Office has housing assistance programs for low and moderate income families provided by the City of Ronan Housing Authority and the Lake County Community Housing Organization.
- Lake County Economic Development
The Mission of Lake County Community Development Corporation is to “enhance the quality of life and economic well-being of all residents of Lake County and the Flathead Indian Reservation”
- Lake County Directory
A complete online directory of Lake County. The Lake County Directory contains more then 300 links to businesses and things to do.
- Lake County Courthouse
Of the many departments, offices, and agencies that make up Lake County, only some have a web presence. Links to those web sites can be found by visiting our County Offices Directory for more detailed contact information.
- Lake County Abstract and Title
We are a local family owned business that has been serving Lake County, Montana since 1923 providing the most complete and reliable land title services available. We are a member of both the Montana Land Title Association and the American Land Title Association.
- Golf – Silver Fox Golf
We would be honored by a visit from you, to enjoy a round of golf, at our Silver Fox Golf Course. This 9-hole, executive course along with a driving range was originally built to encourage the youth, local college students, and community to get involved in the game of golf. Over the years, our terrific Junior Program has provided fundamentals, skills, rules, etiquette, and the knowledge necessary for the kids to be successful on and off the golf course.
- Golf – Mission Mountain Country Club
Golfers at Mission Mountain Golf Course in Ronan, Montana get more than a great round of golf … they get an adventure. This golf course is nestled at the base of the beautiful Mission Mountains and is the “Jewel” of the Mission Valley. You get both a beautiful view and a challenging course to make it worth your time to come. While here, visit the beautiful club house which has a pro shop, restaurant and facilities you can rent for your special occasions.
- Glacier National Park
Come and experience Glacier’s pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and spectacular lakes. With over 700 miles of trails, Glacier is a hiker’s paradise for adventurous visitors seeking wilderness and solitude. Relive the days of old through historic chalets, lodges, transportation, and stories of Native Americans. Explore Glacier National Park and discover what awaits you.
- Flathead Title
Flathead Title is Lake County’s newest locally owned and operated Title company. Mixing old fashioned service with cutting edge technology, it is our privilege to provide you with all of your Title and Escrow needs. Our experienced staff’s dedication allows our customers to receive the most dependable and accurate Title and Escrow services in the county.
- Flathead Lake Vacation Guide
The Ultimate Flathead Lake Vacation Guide combines all of the information you will want to plan your Montana vacation in one handy interface designed to work on your PC, Tablet, or Smart Phone. Looking for an event, a hotel, a place to hike around Flathead Lake? If so, this is the Ultimate Guide for you. The guide contains more than 70 pages of information and links to local business, public campgrounds, hiking trails, fishing access sites and just about any other information you want when you vacation on Montana’s Flathead Lake.
- Fidelity Title of Lake County
We are a local family owned business that serves Lake County, Montana. We provide the most complete and reliable land title services available by using old fashioned customer service, integrated with technology based title software and services . We are a member of both the Montana Land Title Association and the American Land Title Association.
- Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes are comprised of the Bitterroot Salish, the Pend d’Oreille and the Kootenai tribes. The Flathead Reservation of 1.317 million acres in northwest Montana is our home now but our ancestors lived in the territory now known as western Montana, parts of Idaho, British Columbia and Wyoming. This aboriginal territory exceeded 20 million acres at the time of the 1855 Hellgate Treaty.
- Community- Montana 4H
4-H is a positive youth development organization that empowers young people to reach their full potential. A vast community of more than 6 million youth and adults working together for positive change, 4-H enables America’s youth to emerge as leaders through hands-on learning, research-based 4-H youth programs and adult mentorship, in order to give back to their local communities.
- Community- Life Savers Animal Rescue
The focus of Life Savers Animal Rescue (LSAR) is animals in urgent need. Our animals have been forgotten, rejected, or abandoned for a variety of reasons and would most likely be euthanized if we did not intercede on their behalf. We believe these animals deserve a second chance at finding a lifetime guardian or caretaker to ensure they live out the rest of their lives in a caring environment.
- Color Flathead
Gary travels extensively in his quest to both collect painting materials and find new paths to explore. In truth, he enjoys the “going to” as much as the painting or photographic processes, themselves. As an avid outdoors enthusiast, he hikes, skis, sails, and kayaks through the landscapes that he films, photographs and paints.
- City of Polson
Polson is located on the Flathead Indian Reservation in a natural amphitheater at the south end of Flathead Lake. This charming lakeside community is the trading center for one of Montana’s most fertile farming areas. In a prime cherry growing region and home to numerous cherry orchards, Polson celebrates with an annual Cherry Festival.
- Chambers- Ronan Chamber of Commerce
The Ronan Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome you to the Mission Valley. Ronan features some of the most spectacular scenery anywhere, with the magnificent Mission Range forming a backdrop to our community. There is an “open arms” welcome awaiting you with small town friendliness, yet an amazing variety of services and goods available.