Lakes and Beaches

Flathead Lake
Created by Ice Age glaciers, almost thirty miles long and fifteen miles across at it's widest point, Flathead lake is the largest natural lake in western U.S. 
Lake Koocanusa
Lake Koocanusa was completed in 1972 as a joint project between the United States and Canada in an effort to provide flood protection and to generate hydroelectric power.
Canyon Ferry Lake
Nestled between Canyon Ferry Lake and the Helena National Forest, Canyon Ferry Crossing possesses all the natural beauty and recreational opportunities the Big Sky Country has to offer.
Fort Peck Lake
Fort Peck Lake is the largest lake in Montana. It was created by the building of Fort Peck Dam, which finished construction in 1940.
Hebgen Lake
Hebgen Lake arguably offers the best dry fly lake fishing in the state of Montana.
Missouri River
The Missouri has a history like no other river. Explore the great waterway of American Indians, fur trappers, Lewis and Clark, and many others. 
Montana Waterfalls
listing of waterfalls to visit in Montana
Other Montana Lakes
Lake information.