RV and tent camping, rental yurts and a nature trail are all here along the shore of magnificent Flathead Lake. Using the public ramp to launch your own boat, this site is a popular jumping-off point to Wild Horse Island. Mature ponderosa pine and juniper trees provide a beautiful setting for the campground. The beach is popular with sunbathers and swimmers, while the nature trail provides excellent birdwatching opportunities. Camping and yurts are available from May 1 to September 30, however the park and boat ramp are open all year. Please note: There are no ADA accessible campsites at this park. Reservations for the yurts for Summer 2010 will be taken beginning January 15, 2010. The reservation line is (406) 751-4577. This park and the southern end of Flathead Lake are located on the Flathead Indian Reservation, so you'll need a Montana fishing license and a Conferated Salish Kootenai tribal fishing license to enjoy the excellent fishing here.

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