Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest

Description:

 Astride the Continental Divide in southwest Montana, the 3.3-million-acre Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest is the nation's undiscovered jewel. Across the dozen or so mountain ranges that are in the forest, there's a variety of recreational opportunity.Here you can find the primitive experience of wilderness, the freedom of driving backcountry roads and trails, fishing high-mountain lakes and streams and the serenity of small campgrounds, where dinner tastes extra good because it was made over an open fire!Explore with us the many aspects and elevations of recreation in the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest.ReportsThe Recreation Fee Site Accomplishment Reports highlight recreation accomplishment provided through recreation fee dollars, the revenues and expenditures, and a sampling of planned projects for the Forests and Grasslands in the Northern Region. Your fee dollars continue to do amazing things - thank you for your support! See how funds are used from the Recreation Fee Sites across Region 1.

Directions:

Phone:

Email:

lmrodreick@fs.fed.us

Address:

, MT

Activities:

Biking Boating Camping Fishing Hiking Horseback Riding Hunting Picnicking Recreational Vehicles Wildlife Viewing Fire Lookouts/cabins Overnight Swimming Horse Camping

Organization:

FS - USDA Forest Service

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