“Explore Flathead Lake”
Available for Private hire: Lake Tours, photoshoots (all year round),
trips to Wild Horse Island and more.
In Season mid-May thru October. Advance reservations highly recommended.
Explore Flathead Lake: Your Captain
– U.S. Coast Guard Boating Safety certified
– Flathead Lake boat operator with hundreds of hours on the water each year.
Our Boat: Chris-Craft Scorpion 230 Limited Edition. Almost 24’ in length and comfortably accommodates 6 people plus Captain. Allows for configured seating while boat is in motion of up to 5 passengers outside, and up to 5 inside cabin.
Perfect for private small groups, individuals and families that would like to enjoy time on the Flathead Lake.
What can we do?
- Explore the Flathead Lake
- Charter and Tour services
- Photo Shoots
- Charter to/from lakefront businesses and private residences
- Sunrise & Sunsets
- Visit Wild Horse Island and the State Parks
- Lake and shore photography and video services
- Polson, Big Arm, Elmo, Dayton, Rollins, West Shore, Lakeside, Somers, BigFork, Woods Bay, Yellow Bay, Cherry Orchards, Finley Point, the Narrows, Rocky Point, Flathead River & More.
What else can we provide?
- Go with the flow and custom tailored boat excursions available. Do you have something in mind not listed here? We can likely offer that. Email or call us. We’re happy to do whatever we can.
Information about the Flathead Lake:
“Flathead Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi in the lower 48 states, with over 200 square miles of water and 185 miles of shoreline. The southern half of Flathead Lake is within the boundary of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Flathead Reservation…”
“Also located along the west shore near the Big Arm is Wildhorse Island, a 2,165-acre state park. The park is accessible only by boat and is a public day use and picnic area only, no overnight camping.”
“Recreation on and around the lake includes: sailing, power boating, waterskiing, swimming, fishing, picnicking, and camping. In the summer, roadside stands along the east shore offer a variety of locally grown cherries, apples, plums, and other fruits. There are numerous motels and rental cabins in addition to public campgrounds scattered all around the shoreline. The major population centers around the lake are Kalispell, Bigfork, and Polson, all of which offer a complete variety of groceries, supplies, and information.”
-Info from VisitMT.com