Great Falls Area Campgrounds

Great Falls, Montana

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The Great Falls of the Missouri River stopped riverboats from going any farther upstream. Lewis and Clark visited the site on their historic trip and got to see it before the desire for electricity dammed up the mighty river. There is still plenty of history and unspoiled landscape for those who seek it, albeit with some effort to find it. This eTrail contains detailed descriptions of the following campgrounds: Cave Mountain, West Fork, Lake Elwell Reservoir, Coalbanks, Fresno Reservoir, Judith Landing, Thain Creek, Logging Creek, Aspen, Many Pines, Kings Hill, Jumping Creek, Moose Creek, Grasshopper Creek, Richardson Creek, Spring Creek, Dry Wolf, Indian Hill, Hay Canyon, Ackley Lake State Park, and Crystal Lake.
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Camping Montana

by Kenneth L. Graham (Falcon Guides)

The Great Falls of the Missouri River stopped riverboats from going any farther upstream. Lewis and Clark visited the site on their historic trip and got to see it before the desire for electricity dammed up the mighty river. There is still plenty of history and unspoiled landscape for those who seek it, albeit with some effort to find it.

This eTrail contains detailed descriptions of the following campgrounds: Cave Mountain, West Fork, Lake Elwell Reservoir, Coalbanks, Fresno Reservoir, Judith Landing, Thain Creek, Logging Creek, Aspen, Many Pines, Kings Hill, Jumping Creek, Moose Creek, Grasshopper Creek, Richardson Creek, Spring Creek, Dry Wolf, Indian Hill, Hay Canyon, Ackley Lake State Park, and Crystal Lake.

©  Kenneth L. Graham/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Great Falls
Additional Use: Boat Launch, Boating, Fishing, Hiking
Local Contacts: Lewis and Clark National Forest, Bureau of Reclamation
Driving Directions: Directions to Great Falls Area Campgrounds

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