Lost Johnny Point Campground is located high in the Rocky Mountains, west of the Continental Divide and just south of the Canadian border. Spectacular views and ample opportunities for recreation surround the campground. Natural Features: The campground is situated along the massive Hungry Horse Reservoir, which was dammed to provide hydroelectric power and flood control to the area. It is the 10th highest dam in the United States and provides a stunning backdrop. Home to lynx, grizzly bear and bull trout, the forest is a premiere destination for visitors. Recreation: Boating is popular on the 27,750-acre reservoir, and a concrete boat ramp is accessible from within the campground. Swimming and fishing are also popular pastimes, and anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish, including cutthroat trout. Facilities: The campground offers 21 overnight sites for tent and RV camping. Each is equipped with tables and campfire rings with grills. Accessible vault toilets and drinking water are provided. Campground roads and parking spurs are paved. An on-site host is available to answer any questions about the campground and surrounding area. The campground also offers first-come, first-serve sites as well. Nearby Attractions: Lost Johnny Point Campground is approximately 18 miles southwest of the West Glacier entrance to Glacier National Park.
Small campsites with nice wooded settling. Very reasonable access to the West gate of Glacier National Park. There is also dispersed camping in the National Forest along this same road for late comers or those who want a little more primitive and quiet experience.
A nice little spot near the water with trails with access down to the water. Spectacular sunset and sunrise views, and the stars are amazing. Outhouses nearby, camp host, and fire rings. Close to Glacier National Park.
This was an adventure for our family. We arrived to the road that lead to the campground only to see we had to go over Hungry Horse Reservoir. I am not one to like bridges, but there we were. After crossing the bridge it takes about 4 miles to get to the campground. Be advised that this campground has 2 sections- first section is for first come and the next is for reserved sites. We had reservations but managed to not read the sign posted for walk ins and found ourselves a nice big site for our Montana 40’ 5th wheel im the walk ins section. The host was nice enough toshow us the other side but we figired the walk in section was better for our RV. It took some maneuvering but we settled.The campground is located in Flathead National Forest which is beautiful. Plenty of shade and a stream to admire. One vault restroom and a water spigot are available.You can run a generator from 6am-10pm. We saw a lot of people fishing and kayaking in the area. It takes about 15-20 minutes to get to West Glacier from this point. Overall a great experience.Be advised that this is bear country, all food must be stored!!!