Thompson Falls State Park2 min read

This week’s featured state park, Thompson Falls, is brought to you by Western Montana’s Glacier Country!

Located along the Clark Fork River between Thompson Falls Dam and Noxon Dam, Thompson Falls State Park is surrounded by a mature and mixed conifer forest making for a tranquil and quiet destination.

Families will love the improved fishing pond which includes an accessible fishing pier, picnic shelter, bathroom, and improved parking.

Ready to hike away your day? Thompson Falls Trail runs along the Clark Fork River and connects to the Montana Highway 200 into the town of Thompson Falls where you’ll find the Thompson Falls Community Trails network.

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Did you know?

Pike and bass are the most common species fished out of Thompson Falls State Park, but you may find a surprise species if you’re lucky!

While fishing and hiking are popular in Thompson Falls, this state park is used mostly for camping and picnicking. Host to 18 sites and a group picnic area, this riverside campground is great for tent or RV camping, but make sure your trailer is no more than 30 feet!

Let’s get outside!

Curious what other visitors have had to say about the park?

“Awesome area. Great camp hosts.”

“Awesome state park. The kindest and helpful staff I have ever met, a really nice lake to swim and fish in. Nice washrooms, dishwashing station, running water. You can hear the cars on the highway loud and clear but if you can deal with that this is a great camping spot.”

“Great for a day or a week. Hosts are great.”

“We camp host here. The people are fantastic. The campground is clean, quiet, and right on a beautiful lake with great fishing. All sites have electricity. There is water, showers, and a dump station available on site. Boat slips are available and there is a paved boat launch ramp. There is a playground for the kids and a grassy beach area for swimming. Great place to camp.”

“Beautiful place!”

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