Seeley Lake Ranger District

The Seeley Lake Ranger District's almost 350,000 acres are rich in scenic beauty and history.  The District features the full range of resource management activities including an active fire management program.  The fire program ranges from managing fuels adjacent to the community, to allowing fire to function naturally under an approved Wildland Fire Management Plan for the Scapegoat Wilderness Area.

Seeley Lake lies in a heavily forested valley 4000 feet in elevation, bordered by the Swan Mountain range to the east and the Mission Mountains range to the west.  The area provides ample opportunity for diverse 4-season recreation such as hiking, horseback riding, hunting, fishing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.

Seeley Lake Ranger District Recreation Information

Contact Information for All Lolo National Forest Offices

Map of the Seeley Lake Ranger District