Beautiful campground in the Lolo National Forest. The lake has a maintained swim area and a
boat launch. It does have a campground host and they were very helpful and courteous. Facilites were an outhouse and shared source for drinkable running water. All sites were back in. This is a heavily wooded area and most campsites were somewhat secluded. Week nights are very quiet and I would avoid weekends since it can get very crowded and some people seem to party a little heavily. We had few arrests from local law enforcement over a Friday night. I will go back, but only during the middle of the week. We camped here in a Tent.
Beautiful little campground on Lake Alva - 10 miles north of Seeley Lake. Camped for 10 days in a 36' fifth wheel. Only 6 sites - all spaces far apart along lake. Lots of privacy. We could have "fit" on 5 of the sites. Clean, new vault toilets. No water or garbage bin but both available 1 mile north at Lake Alva Campground. This is a new campground but fills up fast on the weekends - fewer campers during the week. Turnaround at end and lots of parking space. Parking space was big and level. Huge space between RV and lake - beautiful view of lake and loon island sanctuary. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.