78 Years Young
Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp has been providing “experience of a lifetime” outdoor ministry since 1943. At our stunning 250-acre waterfront site, we teach appreciation of God’s creation to over 2,300 youth a year.
Our summer staff members are the best-of-the-best anywhere. All of our counselors are trained in leadership, stewardship, crisis management, and kindness.
Healthy Outdoor Fun
With unfettered access to Flathead Lake, FLBC campers have more fun on God’s playground than you can shake a stick at. Swimming, Sailing, Kayaking, oh my.
For many young people, coming to camp is a transformative experience. In small ways, large ways, and even intangible ways, every person who embarks on this journey is changed forever.
Summer Camp Programs
Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp offers a Christ-centered camping experience for people of all ages. The staff is trained to help campers understand God’s message of grace and to provide positive Christian role models while having an amazing experience in God’s great outdoors!
You are invited to be a part of a dynamic adventure in the great state of Montana! FLBC will help you design a special retreat for groups of all ages, year-round! Our decades of experience working with families, church groups, businesses, schools, and others will shine through our hospitality and care for you, our guests.
How Can I help?
We are able to provide life-changing experiences to kids all over the country thanks to the generous efforts of many. Please call us today if you’d like to learn how you can donate, volunteer, or sponsor a camper this summer.
Glacier Wilderness Group Adventures
You are invited to be a part of a dynamic adventure in the Rocky Mountains of Montana. Glacier Wilderness is a special program designed for high school youth groups and adult groups looking for a spiritual growth experience in the mountains.
We Welcome You All Year Long
Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp sits on 260 beautiful acres of Flathead Lake shores. We have incredible views of the majestic Mission Mountains. Retreating at FLBC is an opportunity to relax and enjoy fellowship in a time and place apart. Join us for an FLBC programmed retreat!
As a child, FLBC was transformative for me. As a college student, joining the summer staff helped me transition into adulthood. As a parent, I drive from Oregon to Montana every summer to provide my children the same great blessings I received.Adam S.PORTLAND, OREGON
This is the best camp ever! 10 stars!Sasha8 Year Old Camper
It's for real. I had a really good time and met some really cool people. They let us have fun and learn about the good stuff too. #FLBC4MEMadress16 Year Old Camper
FLBC rocks! We had such a great time and will let everyone know that you are THE place to go in MT!Amanda S.First Lutheran, Prophetstown, IL
My first thought is WOW! All of you were so generous. You obviously have a wonderful place to have gatherings, but more important is how gracious you are with the gifts you have. I heard such positive responses from all that attended.Lakeside Elementary StaffProfessional Development Retreat Participant
This was the most organized, accommodating, and educational outdoor education trip that I haveCayuse Prairie School StaffEnvironmental Education Participant
taken my students on.
I am so thankful for your camp. We look forward to camp all year long. The values and fun camp has given my children is invaluable. On hard days as a single Mom of 9, I think about FLC. How you all have loved my children—I know I’m not alone. So, thank you for allowing my children to come – it is, I believe, life changing. I am thankful.AnonymousMother of Summer Camper
FLBC has been a constant for me, an anchor, a bright light, home…. FLBC helped me navigate my faith in my teens. FLBC helped me discern my call as a young adult. FLBC helped Bruce and I to raise our children, and FLBC continues to partner with me in my role as a youth minister. I am filled with gratitude for this place and these people.Traci V.
What you do each summer at Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp is vital not only to the future of the Church (and I mean much more than just the ELCA) but to the future of the world. Your accomplishments are substantive, not theoretical. For that, we are most grateful.Robert and Deborah B.
I wanted to share with you the wonderful experience the youth at New Life had this summer at FLBC. The backpacking trip was a highlight! They enjoyed the leadership and care provided by Claire and Collin. They were given lifetime memories and got to see a part of Montana that many people who live in Montana don’t.Pastor Jason M.New Life Lutheran, Helena