Big Larch Campground is located in the Lolo National Forest in northwest Montana. At an elevation of 3,993 feet, the campground encompasses 17 acres. It is situated 1 mile north of the town of Seeley Lake, on the east shore of Seeley Lake. Big Larch is a large campground in a shady, wooded setting and 50 campsites to choose from on three loops near the shore of Seeley Lake. Handicap accessible vault toilets, picnic tables, fire pits and drinking water are provided. The camp also provides 8 picnic sites, a concrete boat launch, a swimming beach, and interpretive programs during the summer. Fishing and boating are popular on the lake as well as swimming from the beach area. Marked nature trails are wonderful for short hikes. A grocery service and laundry facilities are available within one mile of the site. The maximum recommended trailer length for the area is 40 feet.
Fees are charged Memorial Day weekend through mid-September. There is a fee for use of this campground. Please limit your stay to 14 days. One accessible site is left open until 6:00pm for handicapped only use.