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Hours: Running-water facilities (fish-cleaning station, RV dump station, drinking water, showers, and flush toilets) open May 15 to October 15.

Hell Creek is an arm of Fort Peck Lake, and a gateway to both boat-camping in the Wild and Scenic Missouri River Breaks, and pleasure boating, water skiing, wind-surfing and walleye fishing on the lake itself. During winter, ice fishing, ice-skating and Nordic skiing are popular. During summer, don't expect isolation.

The park sprawls over 337 acres featuring boat ramps, docks, pay phones, restrooms, water, showers, RV sump stations, a seasonal food concession, picnic tables, fire rings, and hike/bike/interpretive trails. There are 55 campsites, including 45 with electrical hookups. The maximum trailer length is 35 feet.

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