Yellow Bay State Park is a public camping and fishing access site Yellow Bay is located on the Flathead Indian Reservation, so you will need a Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribe fishing license to enjoy fishing here.
Yellow Bay State park is open year round. Tent Camping is available May through September. The Park can be found at 23861 Mt HWY 35 Bigfork, MT 59911. It is easy access from the north. Travelers from the south have a 180 degree turn to access the park main entrance.
Latitude/Longitude: (47.87643 / -114.02854)
The park includes Yellow Bay Creek and a wide, gravelly beach. Attractions include boating, lake trout fishing, water skiing, bird watching, swimming, camping, and scuba diving. The park is 15 acres in size at an elevation of 2,907 feet. There are 5 tent campsites that are first-come, first-serve only. A joint state/tribal fishing license is required at this park.
The Flathead Lake Vacation Guide contains information for most every state park and fishing access point around the lake. The Guide not only contains about nearly every access point around the lake, but it also contains information about hiking trails, communities, and restaurants around the lake.
Information in the guide is sorted and linked by town, then by activities. Towns included in the Flathead Lake Vacation Guide include the population centers like Bigfork, Lakeside and Polson, as well as the smaller towns like Woods Bay and Finley Point.
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