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Diamond Lake Campground
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Diamond Lake Campground, Montana
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Description: Dispersed campsites. Fishing in Diamond Lake. A short hiking trail connects Diamond Lake with Cliff Lake, which overlooks the Idaho border and the St Joe National Forest. Spur trails from FR 342 connect to the Stateline National Recreation Trail. Canoeing or other paddle boating, and fishing on the lake.

Location: From Superior, take the frontage road for I-90 north 4 miles to where it crosses south (La Vista). Go southwest on Forest Road 342 about 10 miles, then turn south onto Forest Road 7843 (dirt road). Go about 3 miles to the campground.

Address: Superior Ranger District
Lolo National Forest
PO Box 460/ 209 West Riverside
Superior, MT  59872
Phone: (406)822-4233

Season: June - September

Fee: no

Reservations: NO
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Notes: This is not recommended for RVs. Please check conditions with the ranger district before heading out. Pack out trash. Bring drinking water.
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