We camped here for the 2021 Genesis adventure race, and it was amazing! Super big campsites with access to the lake, lots of shade, and great hammock trees! The day we got there is was 70 and sunny, and the next morning it was 30 and the tent was covered in snow. That’s what we get for camping in early May! Would absolutely come back!
This is a gorgeous area with tons of shade and sites right on the water. It is close to the highway, but the highway isn’t super busy to begin with. Only a short drive further down the road to Lolo Hot Springs! Sites are shaded and well spread apart, there is a clear path to the bathroom from almost every site, and the road is paved. Can’t wait to spend the night here!
This campground wasn’t open yet when I went to check it out, but it’s a cute little historical site off of FS Road 37. I almost missed the turn because it’s not super well marked, but you’ll see the sign for the forest service road and there’s a little bridge across the river. It’s a super minimal campground for tents only!
This campground is big and beautiful! It was closed to camping when I visited, but it will open in less than a month. There are some sites with plenty of space around them and relatively secluded, and there are others that are right next to one another which is perfect if you’re going with friends! There isn’t a whole lot of shade, but there is some. Fire places with grills, picnic tables, and nice flat ground at every site!
This campground has a nice and open space in the center, with campsites all along the edge. There are trees that offer shade at nearly every site, and there are plenty of areas to tie off and/or enclose horses. There is a playground, picnic shelter, two designated manure piles, and access to horse-friendly and dog-friendly trails right in the campground!
This campground has wonderful amenities - a big shower house, a nice playground, boat launch and lake access, and full RV hookups. Sites are very close together and there is little privacy for most sites, but not all! Sites along the edge are more likely to have more space and be a little more protected. It’s in a gorgeous area, some sites have fire pits and others have pits and charcoal grills for use. I would say it’s great for RV camping, but tent campers could choose their site wisely.
Gorgeous little campground with a few primitive sites suitable for tents. Plenty of shade, bathrooms available, and access to a gorgeous trail. Picnic tables and fire rings available for use. Felt very secluded and quiet, and only had to drive on a dirt road for about 2 minutes!
This campground has it all! Plenty of sites with both shade and sunshine. Big sites for big RVs as well as some perfect hidden little tent sites. You can also rent cabins if you please. Close access to trails and disc golf, plenty of bathrooms, picnic shelters, and gorgeous prairie views! It was a rainy day, but that didn’t stop me from loving it!
This campground has plenty of sites, and is great for both trailer campers and tent campers. The sites along the water are spacious, most offer shade and trees for hammocking, and water access is awesome! We heard owls, saw bats and fireflies, and had an INCREDIBLE view of the stars at night. Highly recommend!
This campground is located at the base of sheep mountain, with a gorgeous view of the steep walls and a beautiful lake. We went when the campground was not officially open yet - still tons of snow - but I slept in my truck tent and the dogs had a fantastic time!
Finley point is a unit of Flathead Lake State Park, and has both tent camping as well as RV camping. There are RV spots practically right on the water, as well as tent spots. There’s also boat-in camping available, but you much sleep on your boat as there is no place for a tent next to the boat slips. The rangers do evening programs on the weekends, which are awesome. It’s a fabualous place to swim, paddle board, and spend time with family! Pets are allowed on leashes. There is not electric hookups or showers.
the bowman lake campground is about 30 - 40 minutes north of Polebridge. The road is very rough and takes a while to drive, but it is doable by most cars. The campground is at Bowman Lake, a stunning lake in Glacier National Park. The sites are big, have plenty of flat room for tents, and are on the shade. Mosquitos were terrible when we were there! But the hiking in this area is very nice and accessible. I want to go back!
Yellow Bay is a very small park on the east side of Flathead Lake. There is a boat ramp and some shoreline, along with a few campsites for tents only. Yellow Bay is the deepest part of Flathead Lake and it’s a very cool spot to swim or fish.
West shore is a park unit of Flathead Lake State Park and it has two campground loops, walk-in sites, a kayak rental facility, hiking trails, and boat launch. It’s a stunning view of the swan and mission mountain ranges across the lake, and there’s a small island off the shore.
This park is gorgeous, most of the sites are along the water, and there’s a boat launch and hiking trails too. Staff is very friendly and the views of the lake and Wild Horse Island are incredible!
Wayfarers has an awesome campground and day use area. There is a permanent dock and boat ramp, a shower house, three walk-in sites along the water, a great trail loop, and amazing rocks to sit on or jump off of into the lake. They also offer evening programs and guided hikes. I love this park!