Flathead Lake is located in northwestern Montana, south of Glacier National Park. There are ample camping and hiking spots around The Lake. It is a vacation destination for many travelers. The Flathead Lake Vacation Guide is composed of most every camping, fishing, hiking trail, as well as lists of restraints, hotels, and motels in the population centers, Bigfork, Polson and Lakeside.
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The Flathead Lake Vacation Guide
This Vacation Guide is compiled from information about the whole Flathead Lake Area. You can visit each of the chamber of commerce, and the state tourism office in Kalispell as well as visit each of the State Parks surrounding the Lake yourself, or enjoy your vacation because we have done the research for you. This vacation guide contains most every campground, state park, and fishing access point around the Lake. Included is most every hiking trail on the east shore and into the Jewel Basin.
Enjoy your vacation, and enjoy your visit because you have some information about what to do, and where to do it. Have fun, get some sun, and spend time with family hiking around Wildhorse State Park.
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On the east shore you will enjoy sunsets across The Lake every evening as the weather cools. As the scenic route, Highway 35 is also the road less traveled along the east shore. If you decide to take this route, please have patience as the road is posted at 50 miles per hour.
Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks maintains 13 public camping access sites around Flathead Lake. In addition, this vacation guide contains information about each and every public campground around Flathead Lake. It also contains most every private campground around Flathead Lake. So it doesn’t matter if you are looking for public or private campgrounds for camping around The Lake, this Vacation Guide has the information you will need to plan your Montana vacation.
Enjoy a Stroll in Paradise
Photography and wildlife observation are encouraged. Waterfowl numbers vary throughout the year. There may be as many as 80,000 in October and November, and half that number in late March and through early May. Pablo National Wildlife Refuge is located approximately 75 miles north of Missoula and 3 miles south of Polson. Turn west on Reservoir Road 3 miles south of Polson. Traveling west for 1-1/2 miles will bring you to the kiosk for Pablo NWR. The dike road is open for travel during daylight hours through the summer. There are several county roads bordering the Refuge.
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