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Finley Point - Flathead Lake State Park

Finley Point

Finley Point is located in a secluded, mature pine forest near the south end of Flathead Lake. Finley Point offers 16 sites with fire rings and grills, firewood, bear resistant storage locker, boat trailer parking, extra vehicle parking, picnic tables, hookup (electric 30, 50 amp and water), utilities, 16 boat slips up to 25 feet long, boat mooring, boat sewage dump, picnic tables, trash cans, drinking water, and a golf course.

There are three museums nearby in Polson. The site is disabled accessible, has flush and vault toilets, drinking water, garbage bins and 4 tent spaces. The elevation is 2,913 feet and includes 28 acres of land. RV/trailer size is limited to 40 feet in length, and a joint state/tribal fishing license is needed for fishing at this park. Deer are seen in winter but move to higher ground during the summer months. The kokanee salmon and lake trout fishing off Finley Point is often excellent.

Day use is $5.00 for non-resident vehicles
Camping with electricity is $18.00 per night from May 1 - September 30
State park camping is $15.00 per night from May 1 - September 30
Boat mooring is $5.00 from May 1 - September 30
Water hookups are $2.00 from May 1 - September 30

How to get there:
Finley Point - Flathead Lake State Park is located 11 miles north of Polson on Montana Highway 35, then 4 miles west on county road.

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

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