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The river by the camp sites is absolutely beautiful. The lake at the top of the hill is a sight to be seen with the surrounding mountains. There are hiking trails and access to a massive wilderness area that has in excess of 40 separate lakes. Definitely recommended!
Camp sites are fairly spread out, there’s room for RVs if that’s your style. Boat launch available for easy access and a large enough parking lot to park your trailer. There’s slight phone service in some spots. Lots of rock formations in the area to climb and explore. There’s a few trail heads to get to the peaks and get an amazing view of the lake and surrounding valley.
Awesome camp sites all throughout. There is small areas for single campers and lager sites for glamping caravans. Lots of awesome rock outcrops to climb and explore. Just a short drive to Delmo lake from any of them. The campsites are very spread out so you don’t feel cramped. Bathrooms are aren’t easily accessible, there are some by the lake, and one right at the beginning of the road by the highway. Very peaceful beautiful place.
There are only 3 paved spots at Pettengill, but they offer a large fire ring and picnic table. There is a large day use area and vault toilets as well, but NO trash service so pack it in, pack it out.
Campsites are about 100 yards from the creek and I’m sure you can try to fish it once runoff ends.
Lost Creek State Park is located just outside of Anaconda, and is a perfect location for a quick day-hike or a multi-day trip. It is located in a canyon that is very secluded and has great views. You have to start by going to the waterfall, which is a very easy 100 yard, paved hike. If you’re staying overnight, campgrounds are located right next to the trailheads and offer tables, campfire rings, and well-water. The prices for both day use and overnight use differ for state residents and out of state residents. If you’re staying multiple days, take advantage of the miles of trails that will bring you to different creeks and mountain lakes!