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Ackley Lake State Park

Ackley Lake

Ackley Lake was named after an early settler and frontiersman. The elevation of the park is 4,336 feet and it is 160 acres in size. This central Montana grassland park offers diverse water sports opportunities such as boating, swimming, and fishing as well as picnicking, camping, and bicylcing along the lake. The lake is great for fishing and is stocked with rainbow trout, the lake is often good angling for ten to fifteen-inch fish.

There are 15 campsites, vault toilets, picnic tables, grills, firerings, and a group use area at Ackley Lake State Park.

How To Find It!

To find Ackley Lake State Park travel 17 miles west of Lewistown on US Highway 87 to Hobson, then 5 miles south on Secondary 400, then 2 miles southwest on the county road.

For more information and maps visit the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks listing for Ackley Lake State Park.

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