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Island Campgrounds

Kalispell Island (Map #10): Largest Priest Lake island located near west shore approximately seven miles from the south end of the lake. Receives heaviest use of all islands. 52 developed campsites scattered around the island at 12 separate locations first-come, first-served. Vault toilets at 8 sites; porta-potties required at other sites. All sites have tables, fire rings; no drinking water PACK-IT-IN PACK-IT-OUT. Large beach areas. Volunteer campground hosts in summer. Two day use areas (Sandy Point & Kalispell Vista). Groupsite: #29 Three Pines.

Bartoo Island (Map #10): Located mid-lake approximately six miles from the south end of the lake. 23 developed campsites at 8 locations; first-come, first-served. Vault toilets at Sunshine Campsite and Lone Pine day use area; porta-potties required at all other sites. All sites have tables, fire rings; no drinking water. PACK-IT-IN PACK-IT-OUT. Large beach areas. Volunteer campground hosts in summer. Groupsite: #22 Sunrise.


Fourmile Island: Smaller island located along east shoreline about four miles from the south end of the lake. One developed campsite on the northwest point of the island; first-come, first-served. No toilet on site; porta-potty required. Site has table and fire ring; PACK-IT-IN PACK-IT-OUT. Smaller beach area; heavy boat traffic close-by during summer season.

 

Eightmile Island: Larger island located along east shoreline approximately eight miles from the south end of the lake. No developed campsites on the island; primarily a day use area. No facilities. PACK-IT-IN PACK-IT-OUT. Beach area; heavy boat traffic close-by during summer season. No fee area. Vinther-Nelson Cabin Historical Site located on Eightmile Island; day use activities are prohibited at this historical site.

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