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Clark Canyon Dam

South of Dillon, Montana, Off I-15, Dillon, MT 1100 Highway 41 Dillon, MT 59725
+1 406-683-6472
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Mother Nature at her finest; beautiful scenery, peaceful, big sky county, access can be rough

We ventured about 15 miles into the Canyon and camped, accessing it off of Hwy 324 and then turned... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
TXLUV2TVL
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Southlake, Texas
Camping at Clark Canyon Dam

There are several campgrounds to choose from located around the shoreline of the reservoir. All are... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
MsOCR
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Bonners Ferry, Idaho
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  • Average7%
  • Poor7%
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“rv park” (2 reviews)
“boat launch” (2 reviews)
“shoreline” (2 reviews)
LOCATION
South of Dillon, Montana, Off I-15, Dillon, MT 1100 Highway 41 Dillon, MT 59725
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+1 406-683-6472
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We ventured about 15 miles into the Canyon and camped, accessing it off of Hwy 324 and then turned on Bloody Dick road. Road was awful, complete washboard, very rough driving. Beautiful scenery throughout with the trees, the fall colors, the river, etc. Definitely worth...More

Thank TXLUV2TVL
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

There are several campgrounds to choose from located around the shoreline of the reservoir. All are free with a picnic shelter on each site. The campground manager can help with questions, a vacant site is open for the taking. Water is available at various hydrants...More

Thank MsOCR
Reviewed 3 March 2017

The springtime is great trout fishing and the winter ice fishing trips are really fun. The trout are very nice size and the ling fishing can be great if you know where to go on the ice. I have a nice Rainbow trout mounted on...More

Thank 394frederickb
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

We stayed the weekend after Labour Day and the RV park was nice and quiet. There were only 6 other RV sites in use and maybe 40-50 open sites. Each site had sewer, water, and 30 amp electrical hookup. There were pit toilets that were...More

Thank Charp1
Reviewed 15 July 2016

probably needed to be there a different day, fished the boat landing shoreline on the west side. not too many people caught them that day.

Thank mbuehler2016
Reviewed 26 April 2016

The Clark Canyon Dam is an earthen dam that created a reservoir from inflow by Horse Prairie Creek and Red Rock Creeks. The dam is located such that one drives over it on the 45th parallel on Hwy 324. Attractions include a nice interpretive site...More

2  Thank Robert W
Reviewed 16 March 2016 via mobile

Great for camping, fishing, boating, swimming and all around family fun. It's great for kids of all ages.

Thank Cara W
Reviewed 7 August 2015

There's plenty of access to the reservior, and fishing the Beaverhead River downstream of the dam is fairly easy....decent access for several miles. It can get pretty windy up on the reservoir but it is a fine spot to recreate. Nice camping spots, bathroom facilities...More

Thank MTgriz1985
Reviewed 27 June 2015

There is a public access dirt road that accesses the DN34/35 line, down near the water. We took a short motorhome in there slowly without problem. No hassles from anyone. this is before you get to the real marina entrance. We also later used a...More

Thank MontanaMEL
Reviewed 19 June 2015

Beautiful area, with camping, fishing, and water sports. Historically significant as this is where Lewis and Clark left their water route to start their cross country journey on horses bought from a local Native American tribe.

1  Thank Carey S
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