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  This lake is so wonderful. Moose Lake is a nearby lake that you could explore, and camping at Spillway Campground is always a great experience. If you crave getting out on the water, Moose Marina is in the vicinity. Lost Lakes is delightful enough to spend more than a day at, Pintler Campground is a delightful local campground. Gotta ski! Discovery Ski is a wonderful site to do that.
While you're here at Lost Lakes, you could also visit lovely Storm Lake;
    here at Lost Lakes you can catch a sight of Saddle Mountain. Deerlodge National Forest is worth checking out if you're at Lost Lakes, and on a lovely day you get a great view of East Goat Peak from Lost Lakes.

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These outdoors activities are available near Lost Lakes.
 Lakes Near Lost Lakes:
Storm Lake, Deer Lodge County, 10 miles away
Moose Lake, Granite County, 11 miles away
Georgetown Lake, Granite County, 14 miles away
 Public Lands Near Lost Lakes:
Deerlodge National Forest, Montana, 16 miles away
Beaverhead National Forest, Montana, 19 miles away
Lost Creek State Park, Montana, 30 miles away
 Marinas On or Near Lost Lakes:
Moose Marina, Anaconda, 13 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Lost Lakes:
Pintler Campground, Deer Lodge County, 7 miles away
Spillway Campground, Granite County, 8 miles away
Spillway, Philipsburg, 8 miles away
East Fork Campground, Granite County, 8 miles away
 Hotels Near Lost Lakes:
Drummond Motel, Drummond, 38 miles away
Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, Butte, 40 miles away
 Ski Areas Near Lost Lakes:
Discovery Ski, Montana, 17 miles away
      1670 foot drop, 6 lifts, 48 runs
Lost Trail Powder Mountain, Montana, 41 miles away
      1800 foot drop, 8 lifts, 45 runs
Marshall Mountain, Montana, 59 miles away
      1500 foot drop, 3 lifts, 23 runs
 Whitewater Near Lost Lakes:
Rock Creek, Missoula County, 16 miles away
      Class II-III - 50 miles long (Middle and West Fork confluence to Clark Fork River)

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