Camping around Flathead Lake can be an enjoyable experience. There are many public and private camping areas areas around the Lake. If you want to be on the Lake, Mike suggests Blue Bay Tribal Campground on the East Shore. If you are on the West side of the Lake, Big Arm State Park is a good option.
The Go Hike With Mike camping and trail guide posts every camping area around Flathead Lake. Mike doesn’t stop with the campgrounds areas on the Lake. The guide includes Talley Lake, north of Flathead, Hungry Horse, west of Glacier National Park and into the Swan Valley.
Mike has been camping around Flathead Lake for 20 years. He know the best ways to experience the great outdoors in Montana is to camp. The camping guide includes primitive to full-service campgrounds. There are plenty of private and public campgrounds to suit your style of adventure and comfort. Whether you’re hiking in to a backcountry campsite or parking your RV, this guide is a must have. Take a look at the Table of Contents.
The Go Hike With Mike guide is available for download and costs $6.99.
One of the more popular campgrounds is the Finley Point Flathead Lake State Park. It is located at the southern end of Flathead Lake. Fishing for Lake Trout and Lake Superior Whitefish is excellent. There’s camping, swimming, and boating at this unit, along with golf, shopping, dining, entertainment and museums in nearby Polson.