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Thompson Falls State Park Campground

Thompson Falls, Montana

Thompson Falls State Park Campground

Thompson Falls State Park Campground Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"This park is one of many places bearing the name of David Thompson, a tribute to the impact of the Canadian explorer and mapmaker. During his 28-year, 55,000-mile exploration of the Northwest, he settled nearby, from 1809 to 1811, and established a trading post, Saleesh House, named for the local Indians.

The tribes demonstrated their respect for him and their awe of his telescope and mapping instruments by calling him Koo-koo-sint (man who looks at the stars). Like many campgrounds set amid a canopy of towering pines, the lack of understory affects privacy, but these sites are roomy, well spaced, and peaceful."

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Trail Information

Thompson Falls
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
16 and 1 group site
Campsites
May-September
Season
Boat Launch/Ramp, Boating, Fishing, Camping
Additional Use
Thompson Falls State Park. 406-751-4590, stateparks.mt.gov/thompson-falls; reservations: reserveamerica.com
Local Contacts
$18 resident, $28 nonresident; $6/extra nonresident vehicle
Fees per Night
Water spigots, vault toilets, boat ramp, picnic shelters.
Facilities

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