Camping season can start early in Montana if you have the right equipment (and don’t mind cold mornings and bundling up at night). But the Treasure State’s campgrounds tend to fill up fast, especially if you’re hoping to hit a major tourist destination (we’re looking at you, Glacier).
Seeley Lake is a tourist destination, but it’s more of a local hot spot than an out-of-stater’s dream spot. And if you drive south from Seeley Lake for about 15 minutes, you’ll spot the signs for Placid Lake State Park. Here’s why this waterfront campground in Montana is the perfect place to unwind.
Placid Lake State Park is such a beautiful place to camp. Make your reservations for an upcoming adventure or share your memories from this waterfront campground in Montana by leaving us a Facebook comment. If you’d like to recommend another awesome place to camp in Montana, feel free to complete our nomination form.