Logan State Park RV & Campground Guide


Located in the middle of Thompson Chain of Lakes in Montana, Logan State Park is a remote and unique recreation area for boaters. This state park that covers 17 acres along the shores of Middle Thompson Lake. You can go camping under the western larch, Douglas fir, and ponderosa pine trees. Spin-cast or fly fish on the three small lakes connected through narrow channels for largemouth bass from July to October. You'll find Logan State Park located 44 miles southwest of Kalispell, 58 miles southeast of Libby, and 236 miles northwest of Helena. Because of the rough road conditions in the area, this is the only state park in the Thompson Chain of Lakes recommended for RVs and large campers. 

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Spring 33-59 F
Summer 50-80 F
Fall 37-64 F
Winter 24-36 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Logan State Park

You do not want to be driving all the time on the rough roads throughout the Thompson Chain of Lakes back to a hotel. With an RV, you can have access to every amenity you need and enjoy a campground that's near the action. If you do not have an RV, get a rental on RVshare.

Logan State Park

Logan State Park offers great primitive and full hookup sites on the lake’s edge under tall trees. Flush toilets and a shower are available at this campground where rates start at about $18 per night. 

• Water hookup: Yes 

• Electrical hookup: Yes 

• Sewer hookup: Yes 

• Wi-Fi: No 

• Pet-friendly: Yes 

• Other amenities: Fishing, hiking 

McGregor Lakes RV

If you are looking for great fishing adventures, then McGregor Lakes RV may be the perfect spot for you. This campground offers Wi-Fi packages, showers, and a laundry facility. Rates start at about $18 per night at this campground that has spacious sites. 

• Water hookup: Yes 

• Electrical hookup: Yes 

• Sewer hookup: Yes 

• Wi-Fi: Yes 

• Pet-friendly: Yes 

• Other amenities: Laundry, shower 

Pleasant Valley Campground

Pleasant Valley Campground is operated by the United States Forest Service and offers pack in-pack out camping for units up to 32-feet long. You will love the forested terrain surrounding this free campground. 

• Water hookup: No 

• Electrical hookup: No 

• Sewer hookup: No 

• Wi-Fi: No 

• Pet-friendly: No 

• Other amenities: Fire rings, picnic tables 

Lake Mary Ronan State Park

Lake Mary Ronan is known as one of the best spots to fish for kokanee salmon, and many campers spend most of their time at this park fishing. There are also lovely hiking paths under the tall pine trees at Lake Mary Ronan State Park, where rates start at $18 per night. 

• Water hookup: No 

• Electrical hookup: Yes 

• Sewer hookup: No 

• Wi-Fi: No 

• Pet-friendly: Yes 

• Other amenities: Fire rings, picnic tables 

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What to Do at
Logan State Park

Inside Logan State Park

Since Logan State Park is nestled on the shores of Middle Thompson Lake, it's a legendary spot for fishing in northwestern Montana. Others come for the hiking and trail running opportunities, especially since many of the park’s paths connect to longer trails. You will also want to bring your camera and binoculars to get up-close looks at birds and wildlife.

Outside Logan State Park

Logan State Park is located very near Flathead National Forest and Kootenai National Forest. There are 17 glacier lakes within the area, including the three that you can easily access from the park. If you need supplies, it's a relatively short drive to Kalispell.


The Desoto Grill

Stop at The Desoto Grill for some excellent barbecue or a sandwich accompanied by a Montana-brewed beer and sides like pork belly collard greens and smoked bacon macaroni and cheese.

Type: Diner

Location: 227 1st St. W, Kalispell, MT 59901

Hops Downtown Grill

Relax in the evening while enjoying a great burger, elk bratwurst, prime rib sandwich, duck wings, and other favorites at this downtown casual restaurant.

Type: Diner

Location: 121 S Main St., Kalispell, MT 59901

Sykes Diner

Start your day with biscuits and gravy or eggs Benedict at Sykes Diner where a cup of coffee with your meal costs only a dime. Sykes Diner has been in business for more than 100 years and is beloved by locals for its chicken-fried steak and 100% beef burgers.

Type: Diner

Location: 202 2nd Ave. W, Kalispell, MT 59901

Knead Café

Homemade, seasonally inspired pastries and bread, farm-to-table entrees, and friendly service make this a popular diner.

Type: Diner

Location: 21 5th St. E, Kalispell, MT 59901

Bonelli’s Bistro

Come into Bonelli’s Bistro for your favorite Italian entrees that are prepared with organic products whenever possible.

Type: Italian

Location: 38 1st Ave. E, Kalispell, MT 59901


Blacktail Mountain Books

Obtain great new and used books at Blacktail Mountain Books where about 70% of their collection is nonfiction. You can also trade-in your old books to get outstanding vacation reads.

Location: 42 1st Ave. W Kalispell, MT 59901

Coins & Carats Inc.

Since 1991, Coins & Carats Inc. has been a great place to get fine jewelry, and if you love to collect old or rare coins and bills, you will not want to miss this stop.

Location: 237 Main St., Kalispell, MT 59901

Imagination Station

Help your child enjoy some of the games you played with when you were a kid by visiting Imagination Station. They also have plenty of educational games that are fun for everyone.

Location: 32 Main St., Kalispell, MT 59901

Paint, Metal & Mud

Get a wide variety of artwork at this cooperative of 12 artists, including many pieces featuring the local area.

Location: 16 1st St. W, Kalispell, MT


Stop in Sassafras and send a postcard or a greeting card back home before shopping for photography, handmade jewelry, or turned wood.

Location: 120 S Main St., Kalispell, MT 59901


Hockaday Museum of Art

The permanent collection at Hockaday Museum of Art focuses on artwork showcasing the beauty, nostalgia, and grandeur of Montana and Glacier National Park.

Location: 302 2nd Ave. E, Kalispell, MT 59901

Conrad Mansion Museum

Get an inside look at how an early Montana farm family lived with a tour of Conrad Mansion Museum, which was constructed in 1895.

Location: 330 Woodland Ave., Kalispell, MT 59901

Northwest Montana History Museum

At the Northwest Montana History Museum, you can learn the history of Northeast Montana through a variety of artifacts, documents, and photographs.

Location: 124 2nd Ave. E, Kalispell, MT 59901

Glacier National Park

You may want to start your visit to Glacier National Park by attending a ranger-led day or evening talk, going on a ranger-led boating tour, or visiting the visitors center before hiking on over 700 miles of trails, going backcountry camping, going on a bike ride, taking a scenic drive, fishing, and much more.

Location: West Glacier Lake, MT

Lone Pine State Park

Hike, bike, or ride your horse on miles of trails at Lone Pine State Park where you can also visit the interpretative center with a gift shop.

Location: 300 Lone Pine Rd., Kalispell, MT 59901

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How to Get to
Logan State Park

It is approximately 46 miles from Kalispell, Montana, to Logan State Park. Simply get on US 2 West and go west until you reach the park.

Entering Logan State Park

Logan State Park is open all year long. Peaks season is third Friday in May through the third Sunday in September.

Logan State Park Per state resident : $0.0

The park is always free for Montana residents and veterans.

Logan State Park Nonresident per vehicle : $8.0

Logan State Park Nonresident per walk-in, bicycle, bus passenger : $4.0

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Frequently Asked Questions About Logan State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Logan State Park?

The warm summer season is a wonderful time to visit and enjoy swimming, boating, water skiing, fishing, and canoeing. Summer at Logan State Park is also a great time to camp under the stars, view the wildlife, and hike.

What is the climate of Logan State Park?

Much of western Montana features mountainous terrain, which allows for comfortable summers, relatively mild winters, and less windiness. Fog is often seen in the deep valleys as the moisture settles.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Logan State Park?

During your visit to Logan State Park, you might see swans, wild turkeys, deer, sandhill cranes, coyotes, and beavers. You may even spot larger mammals, like brown bears or elk, as they move between the trees.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Logan State Park?

Logan State Park has 37 campsites that can fit RVs up to 40 feet long. The dump station closes at the beginning of October and reopens in the spring. Many of the campsites are surrounded by thick woodland.

Are pets allowed at Logan State Park?

You're welcome to bring your pets to explore all Logan State Park has to offer. They must be on a leash no longer than eight feet long when walking the trails. Watch for any posted signs prohibiting pets in select areas.