Thompson Falls State Park is located on the scenic Lower Clark Fork River just one mile from the small town of Thompson Falls. It features a mature, mixed pine forest that makes this park abundant with shade.
Attractions include fishing, walking trails, bird watching, boating and relaxing. This small, quiet campground has 17 campsites with drinking water, vault toilets and river access.
Situated between the Kaniksu and Lolo National Forests, Thompson Falls State Park is a great jumping-off point to explore thousands of acres of National Forest.
There is a golf course, museum, and several restaurants located nearby.