The boat dock at Lake Como on the Darby Ranger District will be removed this week due to receding water levels at the lake. The swim lines near the beach area will also be removed in the coming weeks.
Bitter Root Irrigation District (BRID) controls the release of water from Lake Como for irrigation purposes. The Lake is typically at full pool from early spring through mid-July.
BRID services 16,665 acres along a 72-mile stretch from Lake Como to Florence.
The Bitterroot National Forest manages the National Forest System lands within the Lake Como Recreation Area including all campgrounds, trails, beach areas, rentals and parking.
Just a reminder that visitors still need a recreation pass at Lake Como. Day use fees are charged from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend. Day passes will not be required starting Tuesday, September 3rd.
For more information, contact the Darby/Sula Ranger District at (406) 821-3913.