From bass to bluegills, whitefish, perch, rainbows, bull trout, and kokanee salmon, Seeley Lake is a fisherman’s paradise—over 1,000 acres of glacially-formed lake to cast a line in.

Various trails offer opportunities to enjoy the local wildlife. Shops and restaurants provide creature comforts in this natural wonderland.

Seeley is one of several lakes in Clearwater Valley’s “Chain of Lakes.” All of these can be accessed from Highway 83 and most have developed campgrounds nearby.

Lying between the Bob Marshall Wilderness and Mission Mountain Wilderness, Seeley Lake offers plenty of scenery
to enjoy.