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  You absolutely have to like Fuse Lake. Nearby lakes? Sure, Moose Lake is right next door to Fuse Lake. There's so much to do here at Fuse Lake that you need to camp here for a while, Crystal Creek Campground is a good location for that. Deerlodge National Forest is a good site to stop by, and needless to say Crystal Creek is a beautiful stream that is worth going to.
The peak of Sapphire Mountains can be observed from Fuse Lake, and why not a little side
    trip to Fuse Creek. Fuse Lake is perfect enough to spend more than a day at, Mud Lake Campground is a perfect local campground. The dominant characteristic in the area is the Sapphire Mountains, and Fuse Lake is close to Lawrie Gulch which is definitely worth stopping at.

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These outdoors activities are available near Fuse Lake.
 Lakes Near Fuse Lake:
Moose Lake, Granite County, 16 miles away
 Public Lands Near Fuse Lake:
Deerlodge National Forest, Montana, 11 miles away
Beavertail Hill State Park, Montana, 25 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Fuse Lake:
Crystal Creek Campground, Granite County, 2 miles away
Mud Lake Campground, Granite County, 3 miles away
Bighorn Campground, Granite County, 8 miles away
Camp Siria Campground, Granite County, 8 miles away
 Hotels Near Fuse Lake:
Bitterroot River Bed And Break, Stevensville, 28 miles away
Super 8 Hamilton, Hamilton, 30 miles away
Quality Inn Hamilton, Hamilton, 30 miles away
TownHouse Inn Of Hamilton, Hamilton, 30 miles away
Bitterroot River Inn, Hamilton, 30 miles away
 Ski Areas Near Fuse Lake:
Lost Trail Powder Mountain, Montana, 31 miles away
      1800 foot drop, 8 lifts, 45 runs
Discovery Ski, Montana, 33 miles away
      1670 foot drop, 6 lifts, 48 runs
Marshall Mountain, Montana, 35 miles away
      1500 foot drop, 3 lifts, 23 runs
 Whitewater Near Fuse Lake:
Rock Creek, Missoula County, 14 miles away
      Class II-III - 50 miles long (Middle and West Fork confluence to Clark Fork River)

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