Our Smith River map provides a clean, crisp, detailed view of the river from the Camp Baker boat launch (put in) to the Eden Bridge boat launch (take out).
Not only is it a beautiful piece of art to hang on your wall, you’ll now be able to explore the Smith River right from home, or dream about your upcoming float trip!
Floating the Smith River
This incredibly detailed (1 inch = 1 mile) Smith River float map shows the locations of all 53 boat camps along the 59 mile stretch from Camp Baker to Eden Bridge.
Our unique Smith River Boat Camp locator makes this map an incredibly useful planning tool for your next trip.
Use the locator to quickly identify the location of each boat camp on the map, it’s official FWP River Miles, river mileage between each camp, and cumulative river mileage from put-in to take-out.
We’ve even included a handy “check box” so you mark off all of the camps you’ve stayed at or visited.
Smith River public access
This map includes all public land ownership (USFS, BLM, State), boat camps, river miles, and boat launches from Camp Baker to Eden Bridge.
Campsite labels are hand-placed to ensure minimal overlap and maximum readability.
Do you need a permit to float the Smith River?
Each year, thousands of people apply to enter the annual Montana FWP lottery to float the Smith River.
But only a lucky few get to float this majestic river.
Were you were lucky enough to draw your Smith River Permit this year?
Or did you miss out again this yea (…sigh…) and just dreaming about when you’ll get your chance?
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