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Gipsy Lake

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About This Campground

National Forest

Nested in the Big Belt Mountains this campground provides a serene camping experience near a small mountain lake. A non-motorized trail extends from the campground into the Big Belt Mountains, past several spectacular mountain lakes, to an area called the Needles, named for its odd rock formations.

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  • Firewood Available
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Reviews

2 Reviews of Gipsy Lake

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Reviewed Nov. 10, 2020

Lots of wildlife

Great place to camp. Lots of wildlife. Saw a black bear 30 yards from the camp site.

Carla S.
Reviewed Sep. 19, 2016

Gypsy Lake

This Is A 7 Mile Hike In To Gypsy Lake From The Top Of Mount Baldy. It's a rough 1 mile hike uphill to Duck Creek Road, then down hill 6 more miles on switch backs, there are a few camps pots along the trail if you wish to camp, be ware of bears or wolves that are in the area. The hike back out is…

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Location

Gipsy Lake is located in Montana

Directions

Travel west from White Sulphur Springs on Highway #360.  About 1.6 miles from town the highway makes a sharp curve to the right: proceed straight onto the gravel road.  After traveling 6.5 miles the gravel road forks at the entrance to a ranch; stay to the right. As you drive the next 7.5 miles to the Helena Forest boundary the road becomes more primitive.  Within 1 mile of the Forest boundary, Road #8961 turns to south. Follow Road #8961 two miles to Gypsy Lake Campground.

Coordinates

46.50100045 N
111.21200075 W

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