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Creek Side Trailer Park & Motel
406-296-2361, 1333 US highway 93 N, Eureka, MT 59917-9503
Dickey Lake Bible Camp
406-882-4527, Trego, MT 59934
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Eureka is located northeast of Libby in Lincoln County seven miles south of the Canadian border between Port of Roosville and Fortune along Highway 93 near Green Mountain and Flathead National Forest. The town is in an area called the Tobacco Plains, named because Indians who used to live in the area raised tobacco there. Tucked away in Montana's forested northwest corner, this area offers the Ten Lakes Scenic Area, the Tobacco Valley Historic Village, and the Glen Lake state fishing access site in northwest Montana (accessed by foot or horse only), and Lake Koocanusa. Many different trails enter the mountains surrounding the Tobacco Valley and offer difficulty ranging from beginner's short trails to expert overnight trails. The area also offers rock climbing at Stone Hill, about fifteen miles out of Eureka along Highway 37, which has rock opportunities of every degree of difficulty, ranging from easy to expert. There are many places in the Tobacco Valley to go boating, fishing, swimming, and/or water skiing. Some of the more popular lakes include Lake Koocanusa, Sophie Lake, Glen Lake, and Dickie Lake.
In the winter, outdoor enthusiasts enjoy miles of cross-country skiing and snowmobiling on Forest Service roads. Many of the Forest Service roads and trails turn into perfect areas for cross country skiing. Ice skating and hockey are popular in the area, and hockey games are played on most frozen lakes around the area. Some of the more popular ice skating lakes are Glen Lake, Sophie Lake, Dickie Lake, and Tooley Lake (near the West Kootenai). Ice fishing is very popular in the area with Dickey Lake being the most popular.