Ackley Lake has 15 campsites, two boat launches, vault toilets, fire rings and grills, and picnic tables. No camping fees are required, and it is a pack-in, pack out site. There is no potable water on site, so please bring your own.
On a warm summer day, enjoy the cool waters of Ackley Lake on Montana's open plains!
For more information about Bannack State Park, read Spirit of the West, 2003 Montana Outdoors article. Also visit www.bannack.org for historical information and trip planning tips.
Mature ponderosa pine and juniper trees provide a beautiful setting for the campground. The shoreline is popular with sunbathers and swimmers, while the hiking trail provides excellent vistas of surrounding mountain ranges and high peaks with abundant watchable wildlife opportunities.
RV/tent camping sites and yurts are available from May 1 to September 30.Limited services camping is available through mid-November. The boat ramp is open most of the year depending on weather. Please note: There is one ADA accessible campsites at this park. This park and most campsites are reservable from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Click on "Book Now" for more information.
This park and the southern end of Flathead Lake are located on the Flathead Indian Reservation, so you will need a Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribe fishing license to enjoy the excellent fishing here.
For more information on Flathead Lake State Parks, read Water, Water Everywhere, a 2003 Montana Outdoors article.
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