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About Devil's Elbow Recreation Site

Devil's Elbow Campground on Hauser Lake offers a wealth of water-based recreation opportunities and is located about 15 miles east of Helena and adjacent to Clark’s Bay Day-use Area and Two Camps Vista Interpretive Site. This popular 42-unit campground is located mid-way along the shore of Hauser Lake. The lake (actually a reservoir) provides year-round opportunities for fishing (trout, walleye and kokanee salmon) along with excellent boating and wildlife viewing. Group camping reservations and reservations for Loop A are now available exclusively for reservations on recreation.gov. Other portions of the campground will remain as first-come, first-serve.

Fee Info
Camping at $15/night (includes day-use fee) with stay limits of 14 days, $5 for day-use, $40 for a seasonal day-use pass and $50 for group camping reservations.
Operator
Bureau of Land Management
Access
Drive In
Boat In
Features
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
No Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
No Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
No Sewer Hookups
No Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
No WiFi
Contact
Location
Devil's Elbow Recreation Site is located in Montana
Latitude
46.7007 N
Longitude
-111.8071 W
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Directions
From Helena take Exit 193 (Cedar Street) from I-15. Travel on Washington Street (past airport entrance), turn right on Custer Road (Canyon Ferry Road) for 1/2 mile, then turn left on York Road for approximately 12 miles through Lakeside until you reach the Devil’s Elbow entrance sign.
1 Review of Devil's Elbow Recreation Site
First to Review
Nice roomy BLM Campground

This is a nice large campground. Large sites with large parking areas. Tent only area has covered picnic tables. Boat launch for those wanting to enjoy the Hauser Lake. A short paved trail leads to a small swim area with a sheltered picnic table. A paved trail goes around most of the campground and trails lead to the nearby Clark's Bay recreation area which has a large swim area and volleyball courts and shelters. A trail also leads to Two Camp Vista with plenty of information on the Lewis and Clark journey through the area. If you like to geocache, several are available in the area.