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Lolo Creek Campground is located in the Lolo National Forest in northwest Montana. At an elevation of 3,800 feet, the campground encompasses 5 acres. There are 17 campsites and 6 picnic sites at Lolo Creek Campground. Most of the sites at the campground are located in thick timber. The sites are re from visitmt.com
Reviewer's Rating = 4 Date of Trip: 7/4/2007 The trail rises sharply from the trailhead to about three-fourths the way up towards the hilltops, then generally levels off.... from trails.com
The Lolo Trail is an ancient Nez Perce Indian route over the Bitterroot Mountains into the buffalo plains of eastern Montana. The Salish Indians also used the trail to reach the Lochsa and Clearwater Rivers from the east side of the Bitterroots. The route was used in 1805 and 1806 by Lewis and Clar from trails.com
The elevation is 3,800 ft.The campground, formerly named Lewis and Clark, is heavily wooded and nestled on a hillside. It is adjacent to Lolo Creek and just off US Rt. 12. The setting is very pretty with many colorful birds and squirrels. Campsite 12 was built by the Boy Scouts of America, Troop 95 from forestcamping.com