4500-foot elevation. 25 campsites along Logging Creek, which is more scenic than its name implies. Fishing for brook and rainbow trout in the creek. Trailhead for the Deep Creek National Recreation Trail, which explores the nearby mountains with a network of loop trails, about 5 miles south of the campground. All 28 sites within the campground are accessible. Bears may frequent the area; keep all food out of sight in approved containers and remove all food from area after eating. Mandatory food storage is required.
First camp we stayed at on a week long trip to Montana. We came on a weekday, so hardly any one there.
I went just overnight to go watch the metor shower. I camped in a tent. Deer wandered into the campground throughout the night and morning. You can hear logging creek moving from no matter where you are. The road was a lil rough with the washed out gullies in the road with the cattle guards. But I overall loved it.
This is a great place if you want to get away from Great Falls for a night or two. Each campsite has a fire pit, picnic table and a decent amount of trees. Great little pool on the far side of the campsite is great for kids.
This is a wooded camp ground near the creek with pit toilets.
The campground itself is nice but the 4th of July crowd was mostly there for motorized recreation. This, combined with peoples general disregard for how loud they are, was annoying. Logging creek flows behind the campground and a few of the middle numbered sites are creekside. There is also plenty of dispursed camping up the road.
We only camped at the campground a few time no e place but we usually go further up and find a primitive spot