Homestake Pass, Dispersed Area, Butte, MT

Beaverhead Deerlodge National Forest

Free Camping Near Butte, Montana Managed by the Butte-Jefferson Ranger Districts of Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, Homestake Pass is an "unofficial" recreation area filled with dispersed camping, OHV trails, hiking trails, and day-use picnic areas. It's located right off I-90 at Homestake Pass Rd, about 8 miles east of Butte, MT. Much of this recreation area [...]

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Free Camping on Fort Peck Lake, Montana Nelson Creek Recreation Area is one of several campgrounds and recreation areas located along Fort Peck Lake in north eastern Montana. Nestled at the southern end of the Lake's "Dry Arm", Nelson Creek is popular among boaters and campers coming from the southern portion of the State. There [...]

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Free Camping on Sun River, Montana Lowry Bridge crosses over Sun River about 30 minutes west of Great Falls, MT. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) set up a small campground here where folks can dip their feet in the river, launch their boats, and cast a fishing line. Plenty of shade comes from the [...]

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Free Camping on Canyon Ferry Lake, Montana Confederate Campground is one of four free campgrounds located along Canyon Ferry Lake in Montana. Confederate Bay lies on the eastern side of the lake, accessed by State Highway 284. Campsites here are smaller than those found in nearby Goose Bay Dispersed Area, and the dirt roads here [...]

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Free Camping at Canyon Ferry Lake, Montana Goose Bay Dispersed Area is one of four free campgrounds located along Canyon Ferry Lake in Montana. Goose Bay lies on the eastern side of the lake, accessed by State Highway 284. Campers can find large, flat campsites right up along the water's edge. Expect beautiful views of [...]

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Free Camping at Bean Lake, Montana Bean Lake is a small fishing site located about 60 miles west of Great Falls, right up to the edge of the southern Lewis and Clark Mountain Range. The lake is managed by the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks. There are only two campsites here, though other [...]

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