Flathead Lake United Methodist Camp

On the shores where water meets the spirit

Mark your calendars -- April 29, 30 and May 1st - for Work Weekend 2016

Help get ready for the campers. Gather your tools, expertise, and enthusiasm. Join us for a weekend of work, fellowship, song, laughter and great food at a place we have all come to love and share - Flathead Lake United Methodist Camp. Projects for all age & skill levels!

• Sort thru paddles & vest in the boathouse or sort thru the games in the cabins
• Run a chainsaw or run a dust mop
• Clean off a table top or a roof top
• Shovel some gravel or shovel some grub

All meals and lodging will be at no charge for volunteers!

Delicious meals Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday. Lodging in the cabins is on a first come first choice basis. To help us plan for food, please let us know by April. 22nd

Wear: comfy work clothes, jackets & gloves for outside tasks
Bring: Willingness to share, tools, rakes, shovels, cleaning supplies

Expect: To meet other UMC members, have a great time, get a lot done, eat nummy food & be rewarded knowing camp is ready for the season; when are you going to come up & enjoy it?

Email: Karen Davison (the camp manager) Phone: 406-844-3483

Located on a peninsula that juts out into Flathead Lake, the camp is a lovely, quiet spot for recreation and renewal.

In the sun drenched summer or the lazy winter, the camp is host to weddings, reunions, family gatherings and many different kinds of camps.

We have cabins that fit 2 to 28, with enough space so that our camp-full quota of 180 means it is never too crowded.
Come and enjoy our retreat area, close to the water with plenty of room to play games and spread out for maximum fun!

Please contact us for more information or to make reservations.
Need directions?

Read more in our Newsletter or check us out on Facebook or hear a song by a camper

Like to DONATE or to pay a bill ?
Or you could give to a memorial for Carolyn Straub or Rev. Ray Davis or other special campers.

Register for United Methodist Senior High Camp, Middler Camp or Tween Camp (at the Yellowstone Conference website).