Makoshika State Park, located in the rugged badlands of eastern Montana, is Montana’s largest park at more than 11,000 acres. The park has significant paleontological assets including fossil remains of Tyrannosaurus Rex, Triceratops and more. You’ll find solitude on the miles of hiking trails that wind through the parks badlands formations.
Information from Montana State Parks
Every summer in June, Montana State Parks offers discounted guided tours of the caves at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park, the best known of Montana’s 55 state parks, featuring the geological wonder of its subterranean limestone caverns. During the month of June, a family of four can take a cave tour for only $25!
Looking forward to hitting the road and exploring Montana’s State Parks this summer? Keep these three tips in mind when you’re getting your travel planning underway.
Bannack State Park is a real life ghost town with about 60 historic log and frame structures, and on July 21 and 22 it will come to life during Bannack Days. That’s an annual festival with exhibits, period reenactors and activities designed to recreate the atmosphere of Montana’s first major gold discovery on July 28, 1862.
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