Address: P.O. Box 486, Jordan, Mont. 59337 Phone: (406) 557-2345
Hell Creek State Park|
Hell Creek State Park is operated by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and offers a wide variety of services for people interested in camping during their stay on the banks of Fort Peck Reservoir.
Hell Creek is part of Montana's state park system.
It's a destination spot for fishermen from throughout the state and attracts anglers from all across the country, as well, who travel here for a chance at trophy walleye, northern pike and smallmouth bass.
The park offers graveled camping pads, good drinking water, showers, flush toilets, a fish cleaning station, RV dump facilities and children's play area. In addition to state funding, some of the developments at the park have been put in by the Jordan Chapter of Walleyes Unlimited to help people better enjoy the park.
Camping fees are $15 per night during the summer and $13 per night during the off-season of late fall, winter and early spring. There is state park staff on hand to answer any questions you might have about the area.
In addition to fishing on Fort Peck, the Missouri Breaks offers a unique place to hike in what is arguably the best dinosaur fossil area in the world. Each year, researchers from around the world come to the park to search for specimens in the Hell Creek Formation.
For more information on the state park, you can go to Hell Creek State Park on the Montana FWP web site.
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