Mill Falls, Teton County, Montana

Rebecca Hanlon
Last Updated: March 4th, 2023

Mill Falls in Teton County, Montana, is a beautiful waterfall that’s lesser known than some of the falls that make it into all the Instagram posts out there. But it’s well worth the visit when you’re in the area.

The waterfall is fairly accessible via a short trail leading out from South Fork Teton River Road and the shorter Mill Falls Road. Nearby, you’ll find popular campsites, fishing, and more at Our Lake.

Details About Mill Falls

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Mill Falls is a fairly accessible waterfall, only about 0.1 miles from the trailhead. You’ll likely catch glimpses of mountain goats year-round, along with other wildlife as you visit.

Can I Drive to Mill Falls?

You can drive extremely close to Mill Falls. The falls and campground are about a mile from the South Fork Teton River Road, just at the edge of the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area in Teton County. The road to the campground/trail is unpaved and rutted. Be careful as you drive back to avoid getting stuck in the rainy season or winter.

Are There Trails to Mill Falls?

The trail to Mill Falls is only 0.1 miles from the campground. The trail is accessible for practically anyone, assuming they can drive in on the rutted dirt road.

Can I Camp at Mill Falls?

Mill Falls is a lovely small campground that offers 4 campsites near the South Fork of the Teton River. The campgrounds can accommodate trailers up to 20 feet in length and tents. There is no running water, however, there is a toilet, firepits, and picnic tables available to campers. There is also a pack it in, pack it out campsite available.

The campsites are first-come, first-served, so if you plan to camp, be sure to arrive early. Pets are welcome, as long as they are leashed.

Camping is limited to 14 days, but there is no camping fee.

What Can I Do at Mill Falls?

While visiting Mill Falls, you’ll have several recreational activities available.

In the immediate vicinity, fishing, camping, and hiking are options. Wildlife viewing is also prevalent in the area, with wild goats, pika, marmots, deer, and other animals creeping into camp to investigate.

Be aware that bears may also enter the campgrounds, so precautions must be taken with food and behavior.

Visiting Mill Falls in Teton County, Montana

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Mill Falls is an easy-to-access waterfall for folks interested in a quiet spot. The falls are accessible via a very short trail (0.1 miles long), with the head at the Mill Falls Campground, just off the South Fork Teton River Road.

Bring the kids and the pups for a brief walk, up to two weeks of camping, and the beautiful flowing waters of Mill Falls.

Before you head out, consider these things:

  • Campsites are first-come, first-serve, so arrive early!
  • Bring your own water, food, and supplies for camping. No running water is available.
  • Bring hand sanitizer and/or wipes
  • Bring bear-proof food protection if you intend to stay overnight

Did we miss something? Let us know about your visit to Mill Falls in the comments below!

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About The Author

Rebecca Hanlon

Rebecca has been a travel blogger and editor for over 5 years, working with some of the biggest brands in industry. She’s taught English as a foreign language in 5 different countries, and her most fulfilling role was as a tour guide around some of Europe’s finest vineyards. She the one behind the social channels here at Discovering Montana, whilst also finding the time to perform an assistant editor role.

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