USDA Forest Service
Lolo National Forest
15 dispersed campsites above the Clark Fork River with fire rings. Fishing, rafting, and swimming opportunities are nearby. No water or trash receptacles are available. Pack it in/Pack it out.
Open year long, snow dependent.
No reservations are taken. The campground is first come, first served.
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- ADA Access
- Big Rig Friendly
Lovely dispersed camping area. Very pretty. We stayed for a night and were in good company. By the end of the day each site was filled and there were several folks driving through still looking for sites.
They’re spaced out well from one another giving all campers lots of privacy. Very wooded…
Yes, there are railroad tracks across the river, but the trains don’t use their horns here. The train noise is infrequent, brief, and mostly just a low rumbling.
The area is large, and individual spots are gigantic by most standards. Spots have tables and fire rings with grills, and there are…
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We loved our time here at Muchwater. As people have mentioned before the only real drawback is the trains on the other side of the river. During our 12 day stay her we averaged about 6-10 per day. A couple of times they rolled thru at 2am but all the positives outweigh getting woken up a few…
Muchwater Dispersed Campground and Recreation Area is located in Montana
From I-90 take St. Regis Exit 33, travel approximately 16 miles northeast on Highway 135 and turn left and follow the road to the campsites. From Highway 200 turn southwest onto Highway 135 and travel 6 miles, passing Quinn’s Resort, and turn right into the Muchwater area following road signs.