Nestled between the majestic Mission and Swan Mountain Ranges, Salmon Lake provides a beautiful and tranquil setting to enjoy boating, fishing, swimming and wildlife viewing. Immediately adjacent to Montana 83, this park is an access point to one of the beautiful lakes in the Clearwater River Chain-of-Lakes. Plan to fish, picnic, launch your boat, water-ski, read, review interpretive signs, or let your children get the wiggles out after a long drive in this woodland setting of western larch, ponderosa pine and Douglas-fir.
Up the road check out the Seeley Lake Center and Museum displays featuring natural resource, Forest Service and logging history. For the bird enthusiast Seeley Lakes spring Loon Festival provides unique bird watching sights, the fall Tamarack Festival, and if you are looking for winter fun check out the Winter Festival and Race to the Sky sled dog race, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. For more information and special events contact Selley Lake Ranger Disctrict (406) 677-2233, Seeley Lake Chamber of Commerce Museum (406) 677-2880, or the Swan Ecosystem Center in Condon (406) 754-3137.
Services & Amenities:
- Boat Ramp
- CAMPGROUND HOST
- Comfort Station
- Fire Rings
- Retail, Firewood
- Skiing - Water
- Swimming - Lake
- Toilet, Pit/Vault
- Water Drinking
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Alerts and Important Information
ADA designated campsites may only be reserved and occupied by a party who can provide proof of disability upon arrival. Proof of eligibility for at least one member of your party will be required in the form of a DMV (or other states equivalent) issued person with disabilities placard or disabilities motor vehicle license plate. The eligible member of your party must be an occupant of the site for the entire reserved period. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in the cancellation of your reservation and forfeiture of your reservation fee. Additional cancellation fees will be applied.
Camping is allowed in designated areas only. All boats, trailers, rigs and
motorized vehicles must fit entirely within the campsite parking-spur provided.
Any equipment that does not fit entirely within the campsite parking-spur must be
parked outside the campground in an area designated by the park manager. If no
outside parking is available, a second campsite must be purchased.
Check-in time is 2:00pm for campsites (local time).
Check-out time is 1:00pm for campsites (local park time). Late checkouts may incur additional fees unless prior
arrangements have been made with park staff.
The maximum capacity at each individually signed or numbered campsite is eight
(8) people. This typically involves a single camping unit, which includes, but not
limited to, a tent, motor home, camping bus, truck mounted camper shell,
pull-type camper, or other device designed and commonly used for sleeping.
Campfires are allowed in designated areas only!
Pets must be kept on a leash. Please check with destination park staff for local
Quiet hours are enforced from 10:00pm to 7:00am.
Fireworks are prohibited in all parks at all times. No Exceptions.