Glacially carved rock outcrops rise from Flathead Lake to overlooks with spectacular views of the lakeshore and the Swan and Mission Mountains. Considered the most private park on Flathead Lake, this site is distinguished by a mature fir, pine, and larch forest. The beach is rocky but you can still swim, boat, and camp here.
West Shore, with its 32 campsites (including 6 tent only sites), is located in a mature pine, fir and larch forest along Flathead Lake. The 129-acre park’s glacially-carved rock outcrops give spectacular views of Flathead Lake and the Mission and Swan mountain ranges. Fishing and boating are popular along the rocky shoreline. Facilities include vault toilets, potable water and a boat ramp.
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