Condon is along the Swan River in northwest Montana, between the Swan Mountain Range and the Mission Mountains, which are popularly known as the American Alps, many summits rising over 9,000 feet. Permanent snowfields feed hundreds of gem-like tarns, glacier-formed lakes, in one of the highest densities of alpine lakes in the Northern Rockies. The area around Condon is surrounded by the Bob Marshall and Mission Mountains Wilderness Complex areas and dotted with beautiful alpine lakes. Holland Lake is just nine miles southeast of Condon in the Flathead National Forest. The lake sits at the base of the Swan Mountain Range at the edge of the Bob Marshall Wilderness. Activities are numerous at Holland Lake Campground with Holland Lake access. The lake covers 400 acres and provides swimming, fishing, and boating enjoyment. There is a boat launch and a swimming beach located near the campground. Hiking may be enjoyed in the area or backcountry campers may park and access the trails leading to the Bob Marshall Wilderness.