Trout Creek

Trout Creek was established in 1885 as a mining, logging and later as a railroad community. It is located 20 miles west of Thompson Falls, MT. Trout Creek is on the shores of the 35 mile long Noxon Rapids Reservoir of the Clark Fork River. Come to Trout Creek the second Saturday of almost any month and you’ll find a flurry of activity. Along with the biggest celebration of huckleberries in the state and outdoor enthusiast events, we are a community that embraces motor sports, ATV and boating events.

We feature groomed snowmobile trails for your winter activities. Fish some of the most scenic water for perch, northern pike, walleye and trout. Join us April-September for our popular bass fishing tournaments. Hunt for trophy elk, deer, bear, big horn sheep and moose. During your visit you will want to hike in the Cabinet Mountain Wilderness Area and enjoy sightseeing, camping and fishing on our remote mountain lakes and rivers. Make Trout Creek one of your vacation destinations!

  • LOCATION: MT Highway 200, 100 miles west of Missoula, MT; 60 miles east of Sandpoint, ID; 140 miles east of Spokane, WA. Elevation 2,372

  • ELEVATION: 2,372′

  • 2504 Tradewinds Way Suite 1C

  • Thompson Falls, MT 59873

  • (406) 313-8338