Nov. 25 is the deadline for comment.
Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks wants to come up with a plan for popular Hell Creek State Park located at Fort Peck Reservoir that would provide future recreational opportunities, while weighing longstanding issues revolving around limited infrastructure for a recreational resource that is in high demand.
Currently, reservations have to be made months in advance to access most camp sites at the park, but a portion of the spots are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. There is also overflow camping available for units that are self-contained.
The three options the state is considering include some that could radically reduce the availability of non-reserved camping spaces.
Click here to download the state’s plan
Comments can be made online here.
Comments will be accepted until Nov. 25.
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