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.
This is a lovely place, tucked into the woods, right at the lake's edge. They have a dock with canoes, rowboats and kayaks to use. Nice tables and fire pits at each campsite and barbecues at each cottage. Staff is so friendly and helpful. They keep a stack of movies to let you barrow and a nice little store. They also offer free wood. Good Wi-Fi. We were here in the fall, and it was too cold to really enjoy the lake, but it sure would be a nice place in the summer! I hope we can come back again. Only down side is there is no sewer, so you have to be prepared for that (there is one not to far down the road though). We camped here in a Motorhome.