Go west from Kalispell on Highway 2. This will be in the direction toward Libby, Montana.  Approximate driving time is 50 minutes.  Do not go to the town of Marion.

Your best references are the milepost markers along the road. As you pass the city limits of Kalispell, the milepost marker number is approximately #120.
As you head out of Kalispell, the milepost marker numbers decrease in value. 
Between milepost marker #88 and #87 is where you will turn from the highway.

The road that you need to take is marked with a green and white highway sign that says: LOST PRAIRIE ROAD (and the second line reads: OLD R.R. GRADE).

On your left will be McGregor Lake. You will be making a right turn from the highway onto Lost Prairie Road. Check your odometer as you leave the highway.

You will travel four miles on Lost Prairie Road. 
The first mile of Lost Prairie Road is paved and then it becomes a gravel road.  
You will start going up hill and pass through a timbered area.  At the four mile point, you will be in a valley and the airport and drop zone will be to your immediate right.  Once you see the airport, you will not lose sight of it. 

You will travel another 0.3 mile to our mailboxes.  Don't turn until you are at the mailboxes.  There are approximately 20 rural mailboxes grouped together.   Turn right at the mailboxes (see photo below). This turn will bring you into the parking lot which is located on the left by the old log buildings. YOU MADE IT.

If you are driving from Kalispell, MT (driving WEST)
                             
If you are in Libby, Montana (Driving EAST) 
Go east from Libby on Highway 2. This will be in the direction toward 
Kalispell, MT.  Approximate driving time is 1 hour, 10 minutes. Do not go to the town of Marion. 

Your best references are the milepost markers along the road. As you leave Libby,  the milepost marker number is approximately #32.  As you head out of Libby, the milepost marker numbers increase in value. 
Between milepost marker #87 and #88 is where you will turn from the highway. 

The road that you need to take is marked with a green and white highway sign that says: LOST PRAIRIE ROAD (and the second line reads: OLD R.R. GRADE). 

On your right will be McGregor Lake. 
You will be making a left turn from the highway onto Lost Prairie Road. Check your odometer as you leave the highway.

You will travel four miles on Lost Prairie Road. The first mile of Lost Prairie Road is paved and then it becomes a gravel road. You will start going up hill and pass through a timbered area. At the four mile point, you will be in a valley and the airport and drop zone will be to your immediate right. Once you see the airport, you will not lose sight of it.

You will travel another 0.3 mile to our mailboxes. Don't turn until you are at the mailboxes. There are approximately 20 rural mailboxes grouped together. Turn right at the mailboxes (see photo above). This turn will bring you into the parking lot which is located on the left by the old log buildings. YOU MADE IT.
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