Lolo National Forest

Overview

With four wildernesses, many lakes and rivers, and unique visitor centers that are historic and informative, whatever your outdoor passion, the Lolo National Forest has something for everyone! Rent a cabin or a lookout, backpack into a wilderness area, find a trail to hike or to ride your bike, horse, trail bike, or ATV. Take a scenic drive, birdwatch, kayak, waterski, winter ski, snowmobile and more. Our mobile app gives you access while online to the Lolo National Forest recreational opportunities, public notices, news, alerts, and more. Download it now for iOS or Android! Northern Region Sustainable Recreation, Heritage, Wilderness StrategyThe Northern Region's incredible wildland settings provide year-round, life enhancing recreation opportunities. Learn how we are anticipating, planning for, and embracing the future in recreation in our Strategy (pdf, 2.4 mb).

Campgrounds inside of Lolo National Forest

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River Point Lolo Campground (Mt)
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Big Hole Lookout (Mt)
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Savenac East Cottage (Mt)
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Quartz Flat Campground (Mt)
Lolo National Forest
Lake Inez Point 6 (Group Camp Site)
Lolo National Forest
Lakeside Lolo Campground (Mt)
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Double Arrow Lookout
Lolo National Forest
Morgan-Case Homestead
Lolo National Forest
Hogback Homestead
Lolo National Forest
Big Larch Campground
Lolo National Forest
Lake Alva Campground
Lolo National Forest
West Fork Butte Lookout
Lolo National Forest
Up Up Lookout
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Savenac Bunkhouse
Lolo National Forest
Thompson Peak Lookout Tower
Lolo National Forest
Savenac West Cottage
Lolo National Forest
Savenac Cookhouse
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Bend Guard Station
Lolo National Forest
Cougar Peak Lookout
Lolo National Forest
Pattee Canyon Picnic Area
Lolo National Forest
Monture Guard Station Cabin
Lolo National Forest
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