Lincoln, MT, is a hiker’s haven, surrounded by the breathtaking landscapes of Montana. Located near Lost Moose Meadows RV Park, this area offers an array of scenic trails for all levels of hiking enthusiasts.
A short drive from your site brings you to the Blackfoot Clearwater Game Range, a renowned hiking spot. Encompassing over 25,000 acres, the Game Range features trails weaving through forests, grasslands, and along rivers, where you might spot wildlife like elk and bighorn sheep. This destination is perfect for RV campers at Lost Moose Meadows who are looking for an immersive nature experience.
The Garnet Range, close to our campground, presents another hiking adventure with the historic Garnet Ghost Town. The trails here offer panoramic mountain views and range from easy walks to challenging treks. Hikers can explore abandoned mines and unique geological features, making it an intriguing day trip from our Montana RV park.
For those seeking a deep wilderness experience, the Scapegoat Wilderness is just a drive away. Known for some of the Rockies’ most stunning scenery, it boasts numerous trails through dense forests and alpine lakes, with potential wildlife sightings including grizzly bears and wolves. This wilderness area is an ideal excursion for those staying at our RV campground, offering an unforgettable hiking adventure.
After exploring these trails, return to the comfort of Lincoln, MT, conveniently located near Lost Moose Meadows RV Park. The town offers a range of dining and shopping options, perfect for relaxing after a day of hiking. Whether you’re a seasoned hiker or just starting out, Lincoln, and its proximity to our RV park, provides the perfect blend of adventure and relaxation.
So, for those staying at Lost Moose Meadows RV Park, lace up your hiking boots and set off to explore the natural wonders surrounding this charming Montana town. Our RV park not only offers a comfortable stay but also acts as your gateway to the incredible hiking experiences Montana has to offer.
For more a map of the trails around Lincoln, please visit the link below: