Lolo National Forest, MT
US Forest Service
Whether your interest is recreation or local history, the Lolo National Forest has something for just about everyone. With four wildernesses, many lakes and rivers, and unique visitor centers that are historic as well as informative, the forest has plenty to offer.
Backcountry Horsemen Contributing Time and Muscle to Trail Work
Operating under a new five year agreement with the Forest Service, the Wildhorse Plains Chapter of the Backcountry Horsemen has joined forces with the Plains/Thompson Falls Ranger District and Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) trail crews to clear and improve trails on the ranger district, bringing the added capacity of their stock to clear logs and rocks from trails, carry supplies and tools for restoration work, clear culverts and ditches, and repair water bars – all critical but sometimes unnoticed components that keep a trail system accessible and useable. More>
Camping, Lodging and Day UseBEND GUARD STATION BIG LARCH CAMPGROUND COUGAR PEAK LOOKOUT DOUBLE ARROW LOOKOUT HOGBACK HOMESTEAD LAKE ALVA CAMPGROUND LAKE INEZ POINT 6 (GROUP CAMP SITE) LAKESIDE GROUP CAMPSITE MONTURE GUARD STATION CABIN MORGAN-CASE HOMESTEAD PATTEE CANYON PICNIC AREA SAVENAC BUNKHOUSE SAVENAC COOKHOUSE SAVENAC WEST COTTAGE THOMPSON PEAK LOOKOUT TOWER UP UP LOOKOUT WEST FORK BUTTE LOOKOUT