Located in 129 acres of fir, pine, and larch forest, West Shore State Park offers glacially-carved rock outcrops that provide spectacular views of Flathead Lake and the Mission and Swan Mountain Ranges. The rocky shoreline is popular for fishing, swimming and boating.The park has approximately 2.5 miles of easy to moderate hiking trails offering excellent scenic views of the lake and surrounding mountains.
Number of Camp Sites31
Maximum Campsite Spur Length40'
Maximum Number of People Cabin or Fire Lookout May Accommodate8
ADA accessible, boat launch, electricity, firewood for sale, parking, picnic tables, toilets (vault), trash removal, bear-resistant storage lockers, boat dock, fire pits/grills, pets allowed, RV hookups, trash cans/removal, water.
Nightly Fee$5.00 day use fee (non-residents), $15 campsite fee, $25 campsite w/electric
Driving Directions from Nearest Town or Landmark
West Shore State Park is located 5.5 miles south of Lakeside on US-93.