Lolo National Forest Guide

Established in September of 1906, Lolo National Forest covers 2 million acres of land and contains four wilderness areas. Lolo National Forest offers visitors camping, fishing, boating, biking, and over 700 hiking trails. Prefer cold weather? No problem, the park is open year-round and offers plenty of winter activities as well. Bundle up for some skiing, ice fishing, or snowmobiling. Whatever you love to do outdoors, you’ll find it at Lolo National Forest.

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Lolo National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Lolo National Forest

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How to get to Lolo National Forest

Address: Lolo National Forest Supervisor's Office, Fort Missoula Building 24, Missoula, MT 59804

Fee: Entry fee $0

With 2 million acres of scenery, wildlife, and nature to explore, an RV is the perfect way to travel and experience everything Lolo National Forest has to offer. From hiking and biking to fishing and historical demonstrations, you’re sure to find something to spark your wandering spirit at Lolo National Forest.