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Sure, below you'll find detailed information on Devil Creek Campground located in the Flathead National Forest.

Location and Basic Info

Devil Creek Campground is situated within the Flathead National Forest in the U.S. state of Montana. This forest is famous for its vast wilderness, rugged terrain, and beautiful landscapes, which include Glacier National Park to the north.

Access and Reservations

The campground may be accessible by a local highway or road, usually close to areas of interest within the Forest. Typically, forest service roads lead to such campgrounds, and they may not always be paved. Visitors should check the current road conditions before traveling.

Reservations for campsites can sometimes be made in advance through a service like Recreation.gov. During peak seasons, reservations are recommended, but certain sites might also be available on a first-come, first-serve basis.


Amenities: Devil Creek Campground usually offers basic amenities which may include:

  • Pit toilets: non-flush restrooms that are generally well-maintained.
  • Picnic tables: available at each campsite.
  • Fire rings/grills: for campfires and cooking, although fire restrictions may apply.

Water Access: Drinking water may or may not be available on-site. Campers should be prepared to bring their own water or purify water from a nearby source.

RV Accommodations: The campground may or may not be RV-friendly with limitations on the length of RV that can be accommodated.

Activities and Attractions

Recreation: The area often provides excellent opportunities for activities such as:

  • Hiking: with trails ranging from easy to challenging in the surrounding forest.
  • Fishing: in the nearby creeks and lakes, adhering to state fishing regulations.
  • Wildlife Viewing: where one might see a variety of animals native to the Montana wilderness.

Points of Interest: This campground may be a good basecamp for exploring nearby attractions like:

  • Glacier National Park: which offers scenic drives, over 700 miles of trails, and spectacular views.
  • Hungry Horse Reservoir: which might provide additional recreational opportunities, including boating and fishing.

Regulations and Safety

Fire Safety: Campers should always follow the current fire safety guidelines and restrictions.

Wildlife Precautions: It is crucial to store food properly and maintain a clean campsite to avoid attracting wildlife, especially bears.

Weather: Be prepared for changing weather conditions and potentially cold temperatures, even in summer, due to the elevation and mountainous terrain.

Reservation and Contact Information

Making a Reservation: If the campground operates on a reservation system, it’s often through Recreation.gov.

Forest Service Contact: For the most accurate and up-to-date information, contacting the local Forest Service ranger district office is recommended. They can provide details on campsite availability, road conditions, and any specific alerts or restrictions in place.

Before visiting Devil Creek Campground, it's important to check with the Forest Service for the latest information on conditions, fire restrictions, and other vital trip planning details.

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