The Seeley Swan and Blackfoot Valleys are the shortest route from Yellowstone National Park to Glacier National Park. The vibrant and charming small towns of Seeley Lake and Condon lie between the Bob Marshall Wilderness and the Mission Mountain Wilderness, while the historic ranching community of Ovando is on the Lewis and Clark Trail.
Seeley Lake is located on Highway 83 in the beautiful Seeley-Swan Valley, 15 miles north of the Clearwater Junction on Highway 200, and 75 miles south of Bigfork on Highway 35, between the Mission Mountain Wilderness and Bob Marshall Wilderness.
There are 4 airports conveniently located for flying into or near the Seeley Lake Area.
Glacier Park International Airport (Kalispell) (FCA)
Flying in Locally
Seeley Lake Airport (Private plane/turf strip) (23S)
Lindy’s Landing Sea Plane Base (M35)
Montana highway system makes it easy to get wherever you’re going. Even a long trip is a pleasure as the beautiful scenery goes by. The miles pass by and you’ll be in Seeley Lake before you know it!
The Montana Department of Transportation keeps the highways in great condition, but sure to check the roads before you head out in our beautiful winter. We look forward to seeing you, no matter how far your journey is.
Montana has a convenient Rail System serviced by Amtrack so you can get here from anywhere!
Groups, families, couples or individuals, high-end to moderate, Seeley Lake has a great variety of year round accommodations to suit all. Historic to modern, cabins to motels, lakeside to secluded mountain tuck-aways, it’s all right here. Relax with our lodging directory and enjoy your stay!
Linens and candle light to casual outside eating, meals included and/or ala carte, dine in and dine out. Seeley Lake offers something for all. Get hungry with our dining directory!