Placid Lake State Park
5001 N Placid Lake Rd
Seeley Lake, MT 59868
About Placid Lake State Park
Placid Lake is located on a tributary of the Clearwater River and is known for its scenic views of Lake Placid, Lake Champlain and the Great Lakes. There are two large lakes in the park: Placid Lake State Park and Lake Superior Lake Park.
A clear panel gives an overview of the massive western larch stumps in the area, which confirm the early days of deforestation.
The park is 32 acres and sits at an altitude of 4,100 feet, and Seeley Lake is near the golf course.
There are 40 places available and the maximum stay is 14 days for a period of 30 days. Camper trailers are limited to 25 and there are a maximum of 10 days of camping in the park, 40% of which are offered free of charge.
The daily fee is $5 per vehicle for non-resident visitors and the camping fee is $12 during the season. Placid Lake State Park is located in the town of Placid Lake, New York, about 30 miles east of Albany, New York.
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