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Holland Lake Campground


  • National Forest Campground
Holland Lake Campground is located in the Flathead National Forest in northwest Montana. At an elevation of 3,500 feet, the campground encompasses an area of 24 acres. There are 39 designated campsites along 2 loops. Sites are roomy and somewhat private due to the thick brush in the area. The campground in equipped with water and restrooms. It sits at the base of the Swan Mountain Range at the edge of the Bob Marshall Wilderness.

Activities are numerous with Holland Lake access. The lake covers 400 acres and provides swimming, fishing, and boating enjoyment. There is a boat launch and a swimming beach located near the campground. Hiking may be enjoyed in the area or back country campers may park and access the trails leading to the Bob Marshall Wilderness. Pets are allowed.

Groceries, a food service, and shower facilities are available within 4 miles of the site. The maximum trailer length recommended is 50 feet. The fee for the use of this campground is $15/day for individual sites. Campers can reserve the group site and individual sites on To reserve the group site there is a $25 per nite reservation fee with a minimum of 5 camping units per nite that must pay $15 per rig per nite. Please limit your stay to 14 days.
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Mailing Address
Flathead National Forest
200 Ranger Station Road
Bigfork, MT 59911
Alternate Phone
Toll Free
5/15 - 10/1
Special direction map

Special Directions

The Holland Lake Campground is located seven miles south of Condon, Montana and 20 miles north of Seeley Lake, Montana off Montana Highway 83. From Highway 83 turn east on the Holland Lake Road and travel three and 1/2 miles east to the Y-intersection with the Owl Creek Loop Road. Follow Holland Lake Road to the left and the entrances to the group site and campground are a short distance down the road.