Directions: From Lolo, Montana drive 15 miles west on U.S. Highway 12. General Notes: A picnic table and fire ring is available at each campsite. RV accessible (30-foot parking spurs) are available. There is an interpretive site at this location and the Lolo Pass Lewis and Clark/Nez Perce National Historic Trail are nearby. A commercial hot spring resort is within 10 miles and the Lolo Pass Visitor Center is 19 miles west. It is 15 miles east to groceries and gas from this location.
The campground is forested and adjacent to Lolo Creek. Roads are paved.
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This is a great place to look for migratory songbirds spring, summer, and fall. Dozens of colorful songbirds nest along Lolo Creek and can be seen from the bridge that leads to Lolo Creek Campground. There is a "Migratory Songbirds" interpretive sign on the bridge.
Interpretive sign, "Nature Depends on Your Point of View" is available at this site.
Picnic area is adjacent to Lolo Creek. Roads are paved.