Description: Lake Como Lower Campground is located southwest of Hamilton, Montana at an elevation of 4500 feet. It is a large irrigation reservoir which lies in a beautiful canyon. During irrigation season it is drawn down and activities may fluctuate according to water levels. There is a campground north of the dam, which includes 12 campsites. Three of these campsites are accessible to disabled individuals. The campground is designed to provide a barrier free access for disable users at designated sites. Paved roads and paved parking provide an accessible route to campground facilities. Restrooms, drinking water, a pay telephone and garbage removal services provided. Swimming, fishing, boating and water skiing are popular sports at the lake. The swimming area has beach access and is roped off from the rest of the lake. There is a hikers' trail which leads along the north side to an unimproved campground above some falls at the head of the lake. There is also an accessible day-use area. Please limit your stay to14 days.
Directions: Take US Highway 93 south of Hamilton to the Como Lake turn off (follow signs), then continue 4 miles west.