Libby is the land of wide rivers and huge cedar trees. Rainfall tends to be more plentiful in this broad valley with thickly forested mountains defining the boundary. Easily accessible campgrounds such as those just off a paved road tend to fill up quickly on sunny weekends. The more difficult the access, the fewer the campers. Wildlife is plentiful, and there seems to be no end of the shades of green produced from the variety of foliage.
This eTrail contains detailed descriptions of the following campgrounds: Yaak River, Yaak Falls, Whitetail, Pete Creek, Kilbrennan Lake, Dorr Skeels, Bad Medicine, Bull River, Spar Lake, North Shore, Willow Creek, Thompson Falls State Park, Gold Rush, Howard Lake, Logan State Park, Fishtrap Lake, Copper King, McGregor Lake, McGillivray, Rocky Gorge, Peck Gulch, North Dickey Lake, Big Therriault, Little Therriault, and Rexford Bench.
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