About

Camp Rotary Montana

For 100 years, Camp Rotary in Montana has served the youth of Great Falls and north-central Montana with outdoor group experiences. Many a life-long friendship has been sparked in this verdant setting in the Little Belt Mountains.

Rotary Club of Great Falls owns, maintains and operates Camp Rotary located on Belt Creek near Monarch. Rotary partners with the United States Forest Service in a special use agreement that provides for the camp’s location within the Helena/Lewis and Clark National Forest.

Over the last fifteen years, Camp Rotary renovations included the building of a covered outdoor pavilion, a bathhouse, a kitchen and lodge. Also built were NINE cabins, on the existing footprint and included baseboard heat. 2019 plans are to upgrade the volleyball pit and basketball court. Great Falls Rotary Foundation provided these improvements to the facilities and contributes to the annual cost of operation of the camp.

Priority reservations are given to non-profit youth groups. Adult special events such as office retreats, reunions, and weddings are also welcome.

In the OPERATIONS tab you will find the Camp Calendar which shows available dates and the Reservation Form to submit a reservation request. When you place a request, you will be contacted by our Reservation Coordinator to determine availability and your use for the camp.

Rotary International is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.