Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, MT
About Freedom Point Campground
Freedom Point is part of Sheepshead Mountain Recreation Area within Montanas Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest. It provides a picturesque location for weddings, receptions, large family gatherings and group picnics. Natural Features: The area is situated in an expanse of grassy meadows and sagebrush, with several streams and a small lake, all surrounded by a dense lodgepole pine forest. Recreation: Freedom Point is known for its pleasant picnicking amenities for large groups. Hiking, fishing and simply enjoying nature are the most popular activities. A walkable wildlife trail provides access to Maney Lake, a small lake open to fishing. Motorized boats are not allowed on the lake. A variety of play areas, including volleyball courts, softball and baseball fields are available. Facilities: Freedom Point can accommodate up to 75 people. The accessible picnic shelter is equipped with picnic tables, grills and a large fireplace. Additional tables and grills are scattered outside the shelter. Accessible vault toilets and drinking water are provided. Nearby Attractions: The city of Butte is about 19 miles from the picnic area, with a variety of services.
USDA Forest Service
Freedom Point Campground is located in Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest in Montana
From Butte, take I-15 north about 13 miles to the Elk Park Exit. Turn right off the ramp and go under the overpass to Forest Road 442 and continue driving for 6 miles. The Sheepshead Recreation Area is on your right. Freedom Point is the first entrance on your right.
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