Blackfoot-Clearwater Wildlife Management Area

Blackfoot-Clearwater
  1. Open to motorized traffic on designated roads and all other non-motorized traffic from May 15 through November 10. Primary function of the Blackfoot Clearwter WMA is to provide elk and deer winter range. Camping is permitted for a maximum of 16 days. Grizzly bears occupy the Blackfoot Clearwater so food storage orders must be followed. Permits are also required for use by groups of more than 15 people, for any commercial activity, and for restricticed trapping opportuinities.
Region 2
Latitude/Longitude: 47.05168757 -113.278801307
Size:  acres
Elevation:  ft
Open: May 15 to Nov 10
Directions:
Located in Missoula and Powell counties, take MT Highway 200 east approximately 6 miles from its junction with MT Highway 83 to Woodworth county road. Follow Woodworth county road north approximately 2 miles to the main entrance.

 Location Map

No Site Fees.

Facilities
Bike Trail
Hiking Trail
Horseback Riding Trail
Pack in/Pack out
Parking
Ramp (Dirt)
Bicycling
Boating
Boating - non-motorized
Camping
Cultural Events
Fishing
Group Use
Hiking
Horseback Riding
Hunting
Photography
Picnicking
Swimming
Wildlife Viewing
Black Bear
Ducks
Dusky Grouse
Elk
Geese
Mule Deer
Ruffed Grouse
Spruce Grouse
White-tailed Deer
  1. Mike Ebinger
    Michael.Ebinger@mt.gov
  2. Mailing Address:
  3. 3201 Spurgin Rd
  4. MISSOULA
  5. 59804
  6. Phone:(406)542-5500