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Seeley Lake, MT 59868

We provide a Christian environment committed to to strengthening each camper's relationship with God and all His creation through scripture, nature & recreatin

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Missoula, MT
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Missoula, MT
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Missoula, MT
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Seeley Lake, MT
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Missoula County Statistics

According to the United States Census Bureau , Missoula County has a total area of 2,618 square miles , of which, 2,598 s.


About Missoula County, MT

Missoula County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana , with Missoula as its county seat and largest city . It is the only county in the Missoula Metropolitan Area . The 2010 census put the Missoula County population at 109,299 making it the second most populous county in Montana.

Missoula County, Washington Territory was incorporated in 1860. Missoula County encompassed present-day Missoula and Deer Lodge Counties, as well as a good portion of land north and south of present-day Missoula County. Hell Gate Town, the county seat, was located at the confluence of the Clark Fork and Bitterroot Rivers. The area encompassing today's Missoula County officially became part of the United States as a result of Oregon Treaty of June 14, 1846. It was part of the Oregon Territory 's Clark County , which replaced the District of Vancouver September 3, 1844. The territory was divided on March 2, 1853 with Clark County becoming part of the new Washington Territory . Clark County was divided the next year to create Skamania County , which a month later was divided to create Walla Walla County , which was further divided in 1858 to create Spokane County . Finally, on December 14, 1860 Missoula County was carved out of Spokane County with the county seat at Hell Gate . The county made up the entire region...


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