RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Delmoe Lake

Delmoe Lake Campground and Picnic area is located 15 miles from Whitehall and Butte in the Whitetail-Pipestone area - a popular destination for OHV riding. The lake is a man-made reservoir controlled by the Pipestone Water Users for irrigation near Whitehall. The campground has 25 sites for trailer and tent camping. Maximum trailer length is 32 feet. Wood is generally able to be found within the campground area. Water and restrooms are available. The picnic area has tables and a boat launch primarily for fishing activities. The lake level will fluctuate during the summer season as the water is used for irrigation.

National Forest
Drive In
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Delmoe Lake is located in Montana
45.987 N
-112.356 W
Get Directions
From Butte take I-90 east to the Homestake exit (no. 233) and turn left off the ramp. Continue north on Forest Serivce Road #222 (Delmoe Lake Road) for approximately 10 miles. Turn left onto Forest Service Road #9371 and continue for approximately 0.5 miles. The road is a gravel road suitable for passenger vehicle access. Watch for ATVs, motorcycles, and other OHVs on the road.
3 Reviews of Delmoe Lake
Great campground for lake access

Clean campground and bathroom facilities. Most sites offer ample privacy and direct lake access. Great campground for 4wheeling base, but the attendant can be pretty grumpy

Great, easy, inexpensive National Forest campground

Located in the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest near Butte, Montana, Delmoe Lake was a beautiful place to camp for a night. The area is popular with OHV’s and you will pass multiple staging areas on the drive up as well as many others camping along the way up to the campground. It’s a ~10 mile drive on a well maintained gravel road that is accessible from I-90 by taking either exit 241 or 233 (we're driving cross country so it was important to find some place that was easy to get to yet far enough away to feel like we were out in nature). There are two camping loops as well as a day use area. Sites cost $5/night plus $3 for any additional vehicles (we had 2 cars so it was $8 for the night). Sites include a picnic table and fire ring, and there was ample firewood left by others for us to use. Pit toilets are also available. We were here in late July and there were a decent amount of mosquitos. Echoing the previous review, there was a fair amount of trash around but it was still a pleasant place to spend the night.

First to Review
Not what it used to be

I’ve been going to Delmoe since I was a kid. But the energy has changed. Many trees have been removed. People conitinue yo litter campsites and along the shoreline.