Holland Lake Campground

Condon, Montana

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Overview

The Holland Lake Campground and Group Site are located on the shores of Holland Lake in the Swan Valley of northwest Montana.

Holland Lake Campground is a great place to enjoy the Flathead National Forest. It offers clean campsites with great lake access and ample opportunities for hiking on the scenic Holland Falls National Recreation Trail.

Recreation

The trailhead for the popular and easy Holland Falls National Recreation Trail is near the campground. The 1.6-mile trail climbs 750 feet, following the shoreline of Holland Lake to the base of Holland Falls waterfall. Holland Lake provides visitors with plenty of access to water-related recreation. Boating is popular on the lake, as well as water skiing and fishing. Anglers can look forward to catching a variety of trout and Kokanee salmon. Paddleboards, Kayaks and Canoes are available for rent for $10/hr., $25/4 hrs. or $40/8hrs.

Facilities

The campground offers 38 individual sites, a day use area and a group site, available for tent and RV camping. Some sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Each site is equipped with tables and campfire rings with grills. Parking areas are covered in gravel, dirt or grass. Vault toilets and drinking water are provided. A boat ramp to the lake, as well as boat trailer parking, is also available. There are no electricity or sewer hookups at the campground, however, there is a dump/fill station within 1/4 mile of the campground. The campground also has day use picnic areas equipped with tables and grills. They are near the lake and provide access to the lake's gravel beaches.

Natural Features

At an elevation of 4,050 feet, the campground sits among Tamarack, Ponderosa pine and Douglas fir trees. There are some sites close to the 416-acre lake; others are further back or higher on the bank. A variety of wildlife, including grizzly and black bear, make their home in the area.

Nearby Attractions

The campground is 25 miles north of the charming town of Seeley Lake.

Charges & Cancellations

Cancellations made within 14 days of arrival will be considered for a refund of Camping fees only and will automatically forfeit the first nights fee. Day of Arrival refund requests must be turned in by calling 1-877-444-6777, then followed up with a call to Susan at 406-309-2018 or Cheryl at 406-404-4164 to get the information to the campground.

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Adventures Nearby

  • Snowshoe to Holland Falls

    Drive on 83 through the swan until you reach the turnoff for Holland Lake. The lake, campground, ranger station, and trails are all very well marked throughout this adventure. 4WD is suggested for getting to the parking lot for Holland Lake, as so...

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  • Stand Up Paddle at Holland Lake

    When you turn on Holland Lake Lodge road, follow the signs towards the lodge.  You will notice a sign that directs to a day use area, which is an option, but I prefer to continue to the very end of the dead end road.  There is parking and a vault ...

  • Climb Holland Peak

    About 2 mi. south of Condon, MT, take Rumble Creek Road east to Cooney Lookout and park at the trailhead at 4550 ft. Follow the trail for about 1 mi. and after about 100 yards after the third bridge, look for a well worn trail heading up the hill ...

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