|Facilities: The Lewis and Clark National Forest contains 29 developed recreation sites. Many of these sites are handicap accessible. There are five cabins on the Forest that may be rented by the public on a first come, first served basis. The Forest also has two special-use ski areas within its boundaries.|
Best Time To Visit: The Lewis and Clark National Forest is open year-round but some activities are only available seasonally.
Fees: Fees are charged depending on the activity. For example, some campgrounds within the Lewis and Clark National Forest charge a camping fee.
Accessibility: Portions of the forest are accessible.
Rules: Please obey any fire restrictions and posted signs. Pets need to be leashed while visiting developed areas of the Forest.
Directions: The best access to the Lewis and Clark National Forest is through Great Falls, Helena, or Lewistown.
Map: Click here for a map to Lewis and Clark National Forest
Reservations: Reservations are not needed or required to visit the Lewis and Clark National Forest. Some campgrounds may accept reservations.