U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
Located approximately 12 miles southwest of Glasgow, Montana, Paulo Reservoir offers a quiet, remote setting for largemouth bass fishing and family outings. A windmill aeration system helps keep fish alive but can also cause areas of thin ice during the winter. Be cautious when recreating in the winter.
Activities: Fishing, picnicking, camping, birding and photography
Facilities/Services: Tables and fire-rings, benches, vault toilet
Location/Access: From Glasgow, take 2nd Avenue South west toward Tampico for approximately 1.5 miles and cross the Milk River bridge. Turn south (left) on the Bentonite Road and travel 10 miles to the Paulo Reservoir sign. The reservoir is located on the left side of the road. The county road may be impassible when wet.
Lat/Long: 48°10’17” -106°52’11”
Fees: No fees, no reservations
Season/Hours: Site is open to the public year-round.
Maps: The site is on the BLM Glasgow 1:100,000 topographic map at Township 28N, Range 38E, section 19.