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The Weather near Flathead Lake
Find the Flathead Lake climate diagram. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 84°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 15°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Live in lakeshore luxury at a vacation home in Flathead Lake, Montana
Flathead Lake is made for cabin rentals, which overlook its wide waters and catch its refreshing breezes. Some vacation rentals even feature their own docks or ramps, for easy boating access and added privacy.
Meat and potatoes
Pub food favorites are waiting for you at Tamarack Brewing Company, along with smooth, homemade brews to match. Their Brew Kettle baby back, beer-braised pork ribs, served with a side of white cheddar mashed potatoes, go perfectly with the Switchback Stout on tap.
East Shore Smoke House brings Montana to your table with their cuisine and rustic, woodsy decor. Start your meal with smoke house chicken wings, and then try the wild sockeye smoked salmon or a meaty sandwich. Their smoked prime rib or smoked brisket taste even better with the impressive sauce selection.
Big Arm/Flathead Lake State Park is a picnicker's fantasy – it's hard to choose where to sit with so many wooded sites along stunning stretches of shoreline. Boaters will be equally as spoiled for choice, with plenty of docks and scenic routes to discover.
Turn up the speed and join Flathead Raft Company on a wild excursion for the day. White water rapids are tackled on some itineraries, while relaxing outings are also offered. Their Native American educational trips are another interesting way to see the lake.
Each September, rainbows of color take over the lake in the form of the Montana Dragon Boat Festival. Eager competitors from the USA and Canada take part in racing events, which can be enjoyed while munching on Montana culinary specialties and listening to live music.
Only a short drive away, the city of Kalispell holds the foodie-friendly Kalispell Farmers' Market for nearly half the year, from late spring through early fall. Saturday mornings, area farmers come to sell the produce of their land, including eggs, dairy, bread, fruit, and even trees!
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