Lolo Hot Springs

Lolo Hot Springs was well known to the Indians long before the arrival of Lewis and Clark, among the earliest visitors to the Lolo Pass area of Western Montana in the fall of 1805.  At Lolo Hot Springs visitors today can enjoy the same soothing waters that bathed the weary members of that famed expedition 186 years ago.

Lolo Hot Springs

Lolo Pass Visitor Center

The newly remodeled Lolo Pass Visitor Center constructed in 2003 echoes the log-built architecture of historic forest service ranger stations of yore.  The Visitor Center serves as one of the many historical landmarks off highway 12, the Lewis and Clark highway. 

The Visitor Center displays information on the Lewis and Clark journey across the Bitterroot Mountains and the 1877 flight of the Nez Perce Indians, and provides historical, natural and general information about the area.

Lolo Pass Visitors Center

Traveler's Rest State Park

Located at an historic and contemporary crossroads, Traveler's Rest State Park is a place where visitors can say with certainty that they are walking in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark.  The Park is at the core of a campsite used by the Corps of Discovery from September 9th - 11th, 1805 and again from June 20th - July, 1806.

Travelers Rest State Park

Lolo Square Dance Center & Campground, Inc.

Campground and RV Park open May 1st through September 30th - stay overnight, or linger a while.  Non-dancers are welcome to camp with us! 

Located at 9955 Lolo Creek Road (Hwy 12) Lolo, MT.  Take Hwy 93 south from Missoula, MT or north from Hamilton, MT turn west onto Hwy 12 at Lolo.

Campground is 2.7 miles west on Lolo Creek Road (Hwy 12).

GPS: 46.44.802N - 114.08.150W.50 AMP SITES & PULL THRU SITES UP TO 75'

Lolo Square Dance Center