What to do in Beavertail Hill State Park

This area has one-half mile of Clark Fork frontage that provides fishing and floating opportunities. Boating is carry-in only. There are 28 developed campsites and a one-hour walking nature trail through a thick canopy of cottonwoods. The park has an elevation of 3,697 feet and encompasses 65 acres. RV and trailer units have a limit size of 28 feet. The site has vault and flush toilets, grills, fire rings, firewood, picnic tables, trash cans, drinking water and seasonal interpretive programs. Now available for rent are 2 tipis. The two Sioux-style tepees at Beavertail Hill are 18 feet in size and can comfortably sleep 6-8 people. The canvas tipi have no furnishings, but do have in-door, out door carpeting and a picnic table and fire grill located outside. Existing ADA Level: Easy Accessibility. Golf courses and museums are located in nearby Missoula. For non-resident visitors, the day use fee is $5 per vehicle and a $12.00 per night camping fee. Tepee rental available. Campers may stay 14 days during a 30 day period.

boat launch

campsite

established fire pits

handicapped accessible

parking

pets allowed

public restroom

toilets

trail

trash removal

water

Recreation
boating

camping

canoeing

education

fishing

group camping

hiking

nature photography

picnicking

wildlife viewing

Location
Beavertail Hill State Park is located 26 miles southeast of Missoula on I-90 to Beavertail Hill exit #130, then .25 mile south on county road.

Address
3201 Spurgin Road
Missoula, MT 59804

Phone: 406-542-5500

Fax: 406-542-5529

Email: fwprg22@state.mt.us
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