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Devil's Elbow Recreation Area

Devil's Elbow campground
Devil's Elbow Campground on Hauser Lake offers a wealth of water-based recreation opportunities and is located about 15 miles east of Helena and adjacent to Clark’s Bay Day-use Area and Two Camps Vista Interpretive Site. This popular 42-unit campground is located mid-way along the shore of Hauser Lake. The lake (actually a reservoir) provides year-round opportunities for fishing (trout, walleye and kokanee salmon) along with excellent boating and wildlife viewing.

Activities: Camping, fishing, boating, swimming, picnicking and hiking.

Facilities/Services: 42 camping units, boat dock, boat slips, fish cleaning station, swimming area, restrooms, drinking water, group picnic shelter, tables and fire-rings, garbage collection and on-site manager. All facilities are universally accessible.

Location/Access: From Helena take Exit 193 (Cedar Street) from I-15. Travel on Washington Street (past airport entrance), turn right on Custer Road (Canyon Ferry Road) for 1/2 mile, then turn left on York Road for approximately 12 miles through Lakeside until you reach the Devil’s Elbow entrance sign.

Fees: Camping at $15/night (includes day-use fee) with stay limits of 14 days, $5 for day-use, $40 for a seasonal day-use pass and $50 for group camping reservations

Season/Hours: Fees charged from mid-May through mid-October. Site is open to the public year-round.

Maps:  Hauser Lake Recreation Area (PDF - 14.1 Mb)

This sit is also included on the Canyon Ferry BLM map.
For more BLM map information - Click Here

Contact:
Devil’s Elbow Visitor Contact Station 406-227-3570

Butte Field Office
106 North Parkmont
Butte, MT 59701
406-533-7600


 
Last updated: 08-28-2014