Description: Logging Creek Campground is located in Lewis and Clark National Forest. It stretches along Logging Creek between limestone cliffs and conifer-covered mountain sides at an elevation of 4500 feet. There are 26 sites total, and many sites are adjacent to the creek with the sound of the creek heard throughout the campground. This is a very picturesque location away from it all. At the far end of the campground one can easily access the creek which is well suited for children (and adults) to play. Sites without grilles do have stone fire pits. The closest town is actually Monarch. Great Falls is displayed as the closest town because it is the safest starting point to access the campground. There are tent and trailer sites, restrooms with handicapped facilities and drinking water provided at the campground. Fishing and hiking may be enjoyed in the area. Please limit stay to 14 days. Small fee required.
Directions: From Great Falls, take US Highway 89 south 3.2 miles to Montana Highway 227. Turn right onto Highway 227 and go 5 miles to Y intersection. Bear left at intersection toward Stockett and go 8.7 miles (past Stockett) to another Y intersection. Bear left onto Evans-Riceville Road (dirt and gravel) and go 15.4 miles to still another Y intersection. Bear right (single-lane dirt and gravel with turnouts) and go 4.4 miles to Logging Creek Campground/Forest Road 839 sign. Turn right onto Forest Road 839 and go 2.2 miles to campground sign. Turn left into campground.
ALTERNATIVE (not recommended for RVs): From Monarch, take US Highway 89 north 3 miles to Forest Access sign (County Road 427). Turn left (tight turn) onto County Road 427 and go 11.2 miles to Y intersection and Logging Creek campground sign. Bear left and go 2.2 miles to campground sign. Turn left into campground.