Getting Here

We’re glad you’re interested in coming to Camp Mak-A-Dream. Since Camp is a cost-free experience, you only need to find a way to get to Missoula, Montana, where our staff greets participants upon arrival at the Missoula airport and provides transportation to Camp Mak-A-Dream’s facility located 65 miles east.

Facility address:
727 Camp Mak-A-Dream Road
Gold Creek, Montana 59733
Phone: 406.288.3030
Fax: 406.288.3033

Where is Missoula, Montana?

Remote as it may sound, this bustling college town is actually quite accessible. Its international airport — MSO — has direct, daily connections from a variety of major airports via United, Delta, American, Horizon/Alaska Air and Allegiant airlines. Since travel to Montana can be somewhat limited and/or expensive, we suggest campers book their flights soon after their acceptance notices and the confirmation packets have been received.

Driving Directions

From Interstate 90, when you arrive at Gold Creek take exit 166 and head south across the Clark Fork River. Continue approximately half a mile until you see the small white church on your right. Turn right at the church, pass under the 6C Ranches sign, then turn left and drive up the hill, passing under the Camp Mak-A-Dream sign.

At the top of the hill you will see our parking lot on your left. Please park vehicles in the parking lot and walk across the wooden foot bridge where you will find the Main Lodge and all other buildings.

Travel Scholarships

Camp Mak-A-Dream offers a limited number of travel scholarships to new campers and to returning campers who demonstrate a financial need.  All participants must also complete an application to attend a camp session.  To apply for travel assistance, please complete the Travel Scholarship Application.

 

I feel like I had a connection to everyone, they're genuinely nice ... [Camp] is not like anywhere else.

~ Robert, volunteer

Calendar

From the outside looking in summer may seem like our busy season, but Camp Mak-A-Dream works its magic year-round. From special projects in preparation for our major fundraising events to hosting educational workshops at our Gold Creek campus, we stay busy regardless of the temperature outside. It just happens to be summertime that we especially look forward to.