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Seeley Lake, Montana

Seeley Lake is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor recreation enthusiasts. Nearby Placid Lake and Salmon Lake State Parks offer some of the best fishing, boating, camping and hiking adventures. Or you can take an adventure pack trip or a fishing and hunting trip in the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area with one of the local guides and outfitters. Find what to do in Seeley Lake.

Guides and Outfitters

Rich's Montana Guest Ranch & Outdoor Adventures. 939 Cottonwood Lakes Road, PO Box 495, Seeley Lake, MT 59868. Phone: 406-677-2317; Toll-free: 1-800-532-4350. E-mail

WTR Outfitters. Mail: 477 Green Meadow Lane, Ovando, MT 59854. Phone: 406-7793-0138.

Nordic Skiing

Snow Skiing. E-mail
The Seeley Creek Nordic Trail System offers an abundance of snow and consistent grooming schedule for the premier trail system.

Outdoor Recreation - National Forest

Lolo National Forest - Seeley Lake Ranger District. 3583 Highway 83, Seeley Lake, MT 59868. Phone: 406-677-2233.

Seeley Lake lies in a heavily forested valley at 4,000 feet in elevation, bordered by the Swan Mountain range to the east and the Mission Mountains range to the west. The Seeley Lake Area offers year round recreation. The lakes are a great way to cool off in the summer while winter offers excellent cross-country skiing, ice fishing, and snowmobiling. Other popular activities include hiking, horseback riding and fishing. In the spring, migratory bird watchers can enjoy the viewing areas and those who like being on the water can take a trip on the canoe trail.

Outdoor Recreation - State Parks

Placid Lake State Park. 5001 N. Placid Lake Road, Seeley Lake, MT 59868. Phone: 406-677-6804. GPS: 47.11929; -113.50335.

Located on a tributary of the Clearwater River, Placid Lake State Park is known for its trout fishing and incredible scenery. You can enjoy all types of water activities including kayaking, swimming and water skiing. This is a beautiful park for photography opportunities. Camping, bird watching and wildlife viewing are other activities you can enjoy. Pets are allowed.

Salmon Lake State Park. 2329 Highway 83 N, Seeley Lake, MT 59868. Phone: 406-677-6804. GPS: 47.09442; -113.39791.

Located along the Clearwater River between the Mission and Swan Mountain Ranges, Salmon Lake State Park provides excellent fishing for rainbow, cutthroat, brown, brook and bull trout, largemouth bass, white mountain whitefish, kokanee salmon, yellow perch and northern pike. The lake is ideal for canoeing, kayaking and water skiing. Camping, hiking, bird watching and wildlife viewing are other activities you can enjoy. Pets are allowed.

Sporting Goods/Equipment Rental

Seeley Sport Rentals. 3112 Highway 83 S, PO Box 279, Seeley Lake, MT 59868. Phone: 406-677-3680. E-mail

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