Additional Resources

Bitterroot Lions Youth CampBitterroot Lake Youth Camp

Bitterroot Lions Youth Camp, located on the northern shore of Bitterroot Lake, is operated by area Lions clubs. The camp offers overnight facilities and is available to host educational programs. Contact Bitterroot Lions Youth Camp at 854-2744 for more information.

Lost Trail National Wildlife Refuge

Lost Trail National Wildlife Refuge is located 40 miles west of Kalispell. The habitat diversity of the refuge supports a wide variety of wildlife species. At least 14 species of migratory and breeding waterfowl utilize wetland areas. Upland gamebird species include grouse. Raptor species such as northern harriers and red-tailed hawks are present.

Resident mammal species include white-tailed deer, mule deer, elk, moose, black bear, and mountain lions. Furbearers include fisher, pine martin, lynx, wolverine, and bobcat. Muskrat, badger, and Columbian ground squirrels are also present on the Refuge. The threatened grizzly bear and the gray wolf are known to inhabit the area.

Lost Trail National Wildlife Refuge