Located on the south end of Flathead Lake in a secluded, mature pine forest, Finley Point offers 16 campsites with water, 30-amp electrical hookups, fire ring and grills, and picnic tables. The site is disabled accessible, has vault toilets and 4 tent spaces. The park also has campfire wood, boat slips, boat mooring, and a boat sewage dump, and drinking water. Make Finley Point your headquarters to enjoy the many activities in the area. There's hiking, swimming, boating, paddling, and fishing from the park, along with golf, shopping, dining, entertainment and museums in nearby Polson. 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 Confederated Salish Kootenai tribal fishing license to enjoy the excellent fishing here.