Look out residents of Lolo and Missoula. The new season of MTVs "Floribama Shore" is here, and fans of the show are REALLY interested in visiting. That's right, soon Missoula will look like Panama City Beach during Spring Break. Well, maybe not THAT wild, but you can imagine the possibility.

This past Fall, MTV relocated the cast of hit reality show "Floribama Shore" from Panama City Beach, Florida to Lolo, Montana. They figured that with the pandemic, more wide open spaces and less people would be the oasis for a group of 8 party animals who love drama.

Episode 1 of the the new season premiered last week. Cleverly titled "Montanabama." If you missed it you can watch the entire episode here. It featured a recap of the last season, as well as how the cast handled the pandemic. But, then the producers dropped the bombshell news that the cast was relocating to Montana.

They ended up at an awesome lodge along the Bitterroot River in Lolo. It is called the "Fly Fisherman's Lodge."

According to VRBO

4 Bedrooms plus two sleeping rooms, 4.5 Bathrooms, Sleeps 16-18

This is a wonderful home situated just minutes south of Missoula on the Bitterroot River. The downstairs offers a game room with a pool table, foosball table and wet bar. In addition, the downstairs has a separate tv area with couches.

For a place that sleeps up to 18 people, the price really isn't terrible either. To rent the house, at a minimum of 3 days, it is $970 per night. Making it roughly $54 per person/ night. Still kind of steep after you see how the cast treated the beautiful house. After watching the house tour, I'm guessing they had to have a hazmat team clean the place after MTV was done filming.

Check out footage of the cast giving a tour of "The Fly Fisherman's Lodge."

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