Libby, Montana, priding itself as being “The City of Eagles” and “The Last Best Place”, is also home to the Libby Volunteer Fire Department Memorial Park.
Situated directly off U.S. Hwy 2 with immediate access to Libby′s best retail shopping, family dining, and various business offices, this multi-faceted park and campground features two sheltered picnic pavilions, a playground with aquatic recreation featuring a splash pad that provides for endless combinations of interactive play, and semi-primitive camping facilities for tents and RVs in an attractive woodland setting.
While enjoying this moderately sized park no matter the occasion, visit the Libby Volunteer Fire Department Monument. Housed by a three-sided memorial wall enshrined with volunteer firefighter′s names honoring those who have served at least three years, is a bronze statue of a fireman in full firefighting gear. This beautiful tribute, marking 100 years of dedicated and heroic service, is a lasting impression of each and every Libby Fire Department volunteer, past and present.
First open to the public in 1965 as a memorial to the volunteer firemen who provided fire protection to the Libby community, The Fireman Memorial Park has served as an ideal resting place for tourists and locals alike.
Available for services May through September, this heavily shaded campground provides:
- On-site volunteer hosts to assist visitors, maintain campsites, and provide information
- Overnight camping for a $10.00 fee per night (5 night limit)
- Free picnic and day use areas
- Fifteen private/semi-private tent camping and RV sites
- A fire pit and picnic table at each camp site
- Potable water at spigots throughout campground
- Clean restroom facilities with flush toilets
- Use of RV dump station for a $2.00 fee
The Libby Volunteer Fire Department welcomes you, your family, and friends the opportunity to experience unspoiled charm and natural beauty of Libby, Montana.