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1. Bannack State Park Campground

 Bannack, Butte Area
Bannack was the site of the state’s first big gold strike in 1862 and the birthplace of Montana’s government. Gold was discovered in Grasshopper Creek on July 28, 1862. This strike set off a massive gold rush that swelled Bannack. More Info
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2. Bend Guard Station

 Marion, Northwest Montana
The 3,200-foot elevation site has multiple structures and has previously been used as a ranger station for the old Cabinet National Forest, which was divided by the Forest Service in 1954. The original log cabin is on-site and was constructed in 1911 More Info
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3. Cedar Creek Campground

 Swan Lake, Flathead Area
Cedar Creek Campground tucked in a beautiful wooded area located in the Swan River State Forest More Info
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4. Lake Elmo State Park

 Billings, Billings Area
Located in the Billings Heights area, the 64-acre Lake Elmo is a popular recreation area for locals and visitors. More Info
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5. Granite Butte Lookout

 Lincoln, Missoula Area
While renting the Lookout, visitors can literally walk out onto the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail and enjoy a variety of day hike opportunities in the summer and cross-country skiing opportunities in the winter! More Info
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6. Soup Creek Campground

 Swan Lake, Flathead Area
There are 9 tent sites and 9 trailer sites at the Soup Creek Campground located in the Swan River State Forest.  More Info
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7. Cable Mountain Campground

 Philipsburg, Butte Area
The old logging roads near this 11 site campground is poular for ATV and motorbike riding. It is located across the road from North Fork Flint Creek. More Info
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8. Hyalite Canyon Recreation Area

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
This is the most used recreation area in the state and for good reason. A beautiful mountain lake sits at the end of a beautiful drive up the canyon of Hyalite Creek. More Info
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9. Camp 32 Campground

 Eureka, Northwest Montana
There are 8 sites available each with a table and fire ring. Located in the Kootenai National Forest. More Info
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10. Magruder Ranger's House

 Darby, Southwest Montana
The house is located on the Selway River, between the 1.2-million-acre Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness and the 2.3-million-acre Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness areas, at an elevation of about 4,000 feet. More Info
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11. Delmoe Lake Campground

 Butte, Butte Area
Overlooking Delmoe Lake, this 24 site campground has two loops. There are 7 pull throughs with no hookups. More Info
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12. Crazy Creek Campground

 Sula, Southwest Montana
There are 7 campsites at Crazy Creek Campground located in the Bitterroot National Forest. More Info
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13. Potosi Campground

 Pony, Bozeman Area
There are two loops of sites in this heavily wooded area with Willow Creek running down the middle. There is an upper loop and lower loop. More Info
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14. Whitefish Lake State Park and Campground

 Whitefish, Flathead Area
This popular, 10-acre park has a mature spruce/fir forest which contributes to the ambiance of the campground and beach. Boating, swimming, and fishing opportunities are abundant. More Info
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15. Tally Lake State Park

 Flathead Area
At 500 feet deep, Tally Lake is reputed to be the deepest natural lake in Montana. More Info
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16. McGillvray Campground

 Libby, Northwest Montana
The campground is located on the Koocanusa Reservoir. There are 33 sites with 25 pull throughs with no hookups. More Info
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17. Seymour Creek Campground

 Wise River, Butte Area
This pack in pack out heavily wooded campground is at 6,700ft elevation. Open all year with services available Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. More Info
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18. Spotted Bear Campground

 Hungry Horse, Flathead Area
Located near the South Fork of the Flathead River and Spotted Bear Rivers on the south end of the Hungry Horse Reservoir, this pretty campground offers 12 campsites, each with a table and fire ring. More Info
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19. Devil's Elbow Campground

 Helena, Helena Area
This campground is 15 miles east of Helena on Hauser Lake.  There are 42 sites each with a picnic table and fire ring.  More Info
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20. Gold Creek Campground

 Stevensville, Southwest Montana
There are 4 campsites at the Gold Creek Campground located in the Bitterroot National Forest.  Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. More Info
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21. Kings Hill Campground

 Neihart, Central Montana
The campground is convenient to the mountain bike network of trails in the Kings Hill West and Kings Hill East area. More Info
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22. Lost Creek State Park Campground

 Anaconda, Butte Area
The drive through this park takes you through a narrow 3,000 ft. deep canyon. The road is narrow and winding and not friendly to large trailers. In fact, several stretches of the road are single lanes only. Lost Creek Falls cascade over a 50-foot More Info
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23. Gem Peak Lookout

 Noxon, Northwest Montana
The Clark Fork River Area is bordered by the Idaho line on the west and the Cabinet Mountains Wilderness on the east. The Clark Fork River flows north and west through the District, and the Bull and Vermilion Rivers join it from the north. More Info
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24. Kreis Pond Campground

 Missoula Area
Tent camping in the Lolo National Forest. Vaulted Toilets. No water. Fishing and hiking. Open April 1- December 1. More Info
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25. Moose Creek Campground

 White Sulphur Springs, Central Montana
There are 6 campsites located on Moose Creek in the Little Belt Mountains in the Lewis and Clark National Forest.  More Info
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26. Traveler's Rest State Park

 Lolo, Southwest Montana
Travelers’ Rest State Park is home to a campsite used by Lewis and Clark in 1805 and 1806. On their journey westward, their Shoshone guide brought the Corps of Discovery to a timeworn Native American campsite. More Info
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27. Whitefish Tours and Shuttle Service

 Montana, Glacier Park Area

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