Holter Lake is a BLM campground. Wide spaces- paved to campground, gravel on spaces. Nicely landscaped, and not too close to the neighbors. Marina is available for small fee. This four-site camping and day-use complex is located along lower Holter Lake and the Missouri River about 40 miles north of Helena and 40 miles west of Great Falls. Located in a beautiful mountain setting, the area offers a variety of recreation opportunities. Fishing for rainbow trout, kokanee salmon, walleye, and perch is popular. Lewis and Clark traveled through this area 200 years ago. Activities: Fishing, boating, swimming, camping, sightseeing, wildlife viewing, picnicking, hiking. Facilities/Services: Overnight camping area, swimming beach, boat ramps, boat docks, parking areas, fish cleaning stations, drinking water, accessible toilets. Reservations are available for group camping at Log Gulch and for day-use picnic shelter functions at both Holter Lake and Log Gulch. Site managers and campground hosts are available. Location/Access: Take Exit 226 ( Wolf Creek) or Exit 234 (Craig) from I-15. Follow the signs for approximately 5 miles to the Holter Lake complex. Fees: Day use--$2/vehicle Camping--$10/camping unit (RV/tent) (includes day-use fee); Holter Dam $6/camping unit (RV/tent). Camping stay limits are limited to 7 consecutive days. Season day-use pass--$25/vehicle Group picnic reservation--$50/group plus standard fees above. We camped here in a Motorhome.