Valier's Lake Frances is a great place to recreate. Offering 2 separate boat docks, a well kept camping area, world class Walleye, Northern Pike and Perch fishing make Lake Frances is a great place to spend a week or a weekend.
Water sports abound. Skiing, Knee Boarding, Tubing, Sail Boarding, Jet Skiing and Swimming can all be enjoyed at Lake Frances.
In winter, the lake is a haven for ice fishermen and snowmobilers.
Take a leisurely walk or saddle up your bike an enjoy our hiking and biking trail with a breathtaking view of the Rocky Mountains.
Valier is right "on the way" to Glacier National Park. It's a great place to pull in and spend a day on your way to the Park.
Facts About Our Central Camping Area:
There are now 50 campsites with electrical hookups -
fees for these sites are $15 per night.
Campsites are equipped with a picnic table and fire pit. Fees are only $10 a night for a primitive campsite.
There is a fish cleaning station located on the east end of the campgrounds next to the Fireman's Pavilion. The Fireman's Pavilion may be rented for special events and gatherings such as receptions and parties. There is even a playground for the kids. There is also a public restroom.
Summer fun! and Winter fun!
Facts About Our East End Campground:
Located 2 miles East of Valier just off of US Highway 44.
There are no services other than a good, old fashioned outhouse.
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