Description: Sylvan Lake Campground, at an elevation of 3,600 feet, includes 5 designated campsites in a semi-remote area consisting of tall firs and larch and is perfect for quiet weekend getaways. Local flora and fauna provide added attractions and area esthetics offer ample photo opportunities. This small campground is located ""off the beaten path"" and is usually not a destination site. Those who do experience this area will undoubtedly return many times over. The campground is found among the tall firs and evergreens of the area, immediately adjacent to the lake. Restrooms and picnic tables available, but water is not provided. Please limit your stay to 14 days.
Directions: From Libby, travel 30 miles southeast on US Highway 2 to Pleasant Valley Road 516. Turn and follow Road 516 for approximately 7 miles to the junction with Road 7150. Turn right onto this road and follow for 6 miles to the campground.