Holland Lake Campground

Holland Lake Recreation Area is located approximately 7 miles south of the town of Condon, MT, off of Highway 83, or about 25 miles north of Seeley Lake. The recreation area consists of the campground, which has two loops with a total of 40 sites, a group camping site, which will accommodate about 100 people, a boat launch and day use area with picnic sites and swimming area. The campground is typically open between mid-May and mid-September, weather permitting. Maximum stay is 16 days.

$18.00/night (single occupancy site)
$36.00/night (double occupancy site)
$5.00/each additional vehicle per night
Group Site:
1 – 25 people - $100/night
26 – 50 people - $175/night
51 – 75 people - $250/night
76 – 100 people - $325/night

Boat Rentals: Kayaks and Paddle Boards - $10/hr, $25/half-day, and $40/full-day

Dump Station Fee: $4.00

Golden Passes are not applicable toward additional vehicle fees, group site or firewood.

Amenities: fire rings; picnic tables; water (4 hydrants); firewood ($6.00 a bundle or 3/$15.00); accessible vault toilets; garbage service.

Activities: boating; fishing; swimming; hiking; biking; bird-watching; sight-seeing; wildlife viewing. Note: The Holland Lake Interpretive Trail originates from the Day Use Area parking lot. The Holland Lake Falls and Upper Holland Lake Trailheads are just down the road from the campground.
Reservations can be made for this campground. First-come, first-serve sites are also available. Click the link below to check availability or make a reservation at Holland Lake Campground.

Flathead National Forest

Getting There:From Montana Highway 83, travel east on the Holland Lake Road to where it intersects with Forest Service Road 44; then turn left on Forest Service Road 44 and the boat launch area is immediately to the right. There are approach signs for the “Holland Lake Recreation Area” about ¼ mile north and south of intersection of the County road with the State highway. The recreation area is situated along a significant portion of the lake’s northwest shoreline.