Safely leave your camp in the shade, under tall pine trees. Enjoy horses grazing nearby and explore Greenough, the last best place. The best swimming hole on the Clearwater River is located less than a mile away. World class fishing and floating on multiple rivers including the Big Blackfoot are nearby. Salmon Lake and Seeley Lake have limited campsites but are located
Safely leave your camp in the shade, under tall pine trees. Enjoy horses grazing nearby and explore Greenough, the last best place. The best swimming hole on the Clearwater River is located less than a mile away. World class fishing and floating on multiple rivers including the Big Blackfoot are nearby. Salmon Lake and Seeley Lake have limited campsites but are located just 10 to 20 miles away from this spot for fabulous fishing and boating adventures. The Clearwater Game Range is 2 miles away for hiking, biking and wildlife viewing. I almost forgot to mention the well preserved and nearby ghost towns of Garnet and Coloma. This truly is, the last best campsite in the last best place.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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We can provide 4.5 gallon propane exchange.
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Good views, poor communication
The property was lovely. I requested to cancel additional 3 days because I was not feeling the vibe and she never replied. That being said, the property is nice and has free fire wood that she provided and has plenty of shade.
Peace in the pines.
We feel refreshed and rejuvenated after our stay at Mary Ann's in Greenough, MT.
To escape a heatwave at home we headed to the lakes and forest and found a beautiful shady peaceful retreat. Mary Ann checked in on us and even dropped off a sweet little table for our outdoor sitting area, but we enjoyed a sense of peaceful privacy in the majestic pines.
After days spent kayaking, visiting Garnet Ghost Town, exploring mountain trails, and looking admiringly up at Gus, the 1,000 year old Larch, we returned to our heavenly campsite for a great night sleep and to plan the next fun day.
Beautiful place to camp
Beautiful, peaceful place to stay for a few nights. It was pretty private except for one other camper a ways away.
Things to note: we stayed in the upper section with shade. Our trailer is 33ft, and we found one area to park; I don’t recommend it for anything larger. The lower section has very little shade and is close to the busy (and loud) Highway though.
There is no river access despite the picture showing it.
Bring bug spray - lots of mosquitoes mid-June.
Zero cell signal with Verizon. Great to get away.
Big open field but tucked away under some pines. Easy to get trailer in and out. Quiet and really just an easy overnight stay. Beautiful area and gorgeous horses running the perimeter.