Seeley Lake Area Campgrounds Professional Review and Guide
"A whole series of lakes nestles into this extra long valley. Snowcapped mountains stand guard on both sides, providing the observant traveler with changing panoramic views. The numerous lakes and a lack of wind make this a popular destination for those with water-related recreational equipment. At times, however, the noise level gets quite high. Wildlife is plentiful; in fact, the local deer often browse in the campgrounds on their way for a drink of water or a resting place.
Do keep in mind that they cross highways without warning and sometimes even seem to be intent on committing suicide. A slower rate of travel, especially just after sunrise and just before sunset, will reduce the number of fatalities. This eTrail contains detailed descriptions of the following campgrounds: Russel Gates Memorial, Salmon Lake State Park, River Point, Seeley Lake, Big Larch, Placid Lake State Park, Lake Alva, Holland Lake, Cedar Creek, Soup Creek, Point Pleasant, and Swan Lake."