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1. Angela Well

 Rock Springs, Southeast Montana
The hottest and most isolated geothermal resources in Montana is on private property. More Info
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2. Beartooth Highway

 Red Lodge, Red Lodge Area
Author Charles Kurault described the Beartooth Scenic Highway as the most beautiful drive in America. More Info
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3. Alberta Bair Theater

 Billings, Billings Area
Located in the heart of Downtown Billings is the Alberta Bair Theater that is home to the Billings Community Concert Association and the Billings Symphony. More Info
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4. Emerson Cultural Center

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
The Emerson Cultural Center is home to many visual and performing arts as well as galleries that rotate exhibits of contemporary, Native American, and local artists’ work. More Info
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5. After the Roundup - Historical Marker

 Miles City, Southeast Montana
D. J. O’Malley grew up living at frontier forts because his stepfather served in the 19th Infantry. More Info
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6. Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area

 Fort Smith, Billings Area
The lake and the steep-sided canyons provide a peaceful setting for those seeking a break from the daily routine. More Info
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7. Browns Lake Campground

 Ovando, Missoula Area
Browns Lake campground has 112 campsites located next to Browns Lake near Ovando.  More Info
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8. Beartrap Canyon

 Norris, Bozeman Area
This part of the Lee Metcalf Wilderness is popular for hiking, fishing and whitewater sports on the Madison River. More Info
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9. Bozeman Ponds

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
The area has picnic tables, a pavilion, restrooms, and walking trails. A few years ago this pond received a complete makeover by the Bozeman Breakfast Optimist Club turning three separate ponds into one large one. More Info
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10. Billings Tour

 Billings, Billings Area
Since the American West’s early days, Billings has hosted a cast of famous figures: Custer, Calamity Jane, Buffalo Bill, Crazy Horse, Lewis & Clark and others. More Info
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11. Bogert Park & City Pool

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
If you want to cool off in an outdoor pool and enjoy a picnic in a nice shady park, this is a great place. More Info
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12. American Computer and Robotics Museum

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
Founded in May of 1990 by visionary collector George Keremedjiev, the American Computer & Robotics Museum inspires visitors of all ages to explore the past and imagine the future of the Information Age through thought-provoking exhibits.. More Info
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13. Ackley Lake State Park Campground

 Hobson, Central Montana
Ackley Lake has 15 campsites each with a picnic table and fire ring.  Vault toilets and 2 boat ramps, but no water. More Info
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14. Anna Creek Cabin

 Hungry Horse, Glacier Park Area
Anna Creek Cabin is located 30 miles south of the town of Hungry Horse, perched above Hungry Horse Reservoir with sweeping views of the reservoir and the Great Bear Wilderness. Anna Creek Cabin is located 30 miles south of the town of Hungry Horse. More Info
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15. Big Sky's Lil' Norway Reindeer Farm

 Plentywood, Northeast Montana
OK, so you’ve seen the elk, deer, antelope, moose, bears, bison and scores of other critters that reside in Montana—but have you seen the reindeer? More Info
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16. Bone Trail Campground

 Fort Peck, Northeast Montana
Bone Trail Campground has 10 primitive campsites each with a table and fire ring.  Located on the North side of Fort Peck Lake.  More Info
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17. Arches of Broadus

 Broadus, Southeast Montana
Arches of Broadus was constructed years ago by several local builders and are a unique feature in town. More Info
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18. Nelson Creek Campground

 Fort Peck, Northeast Montana
This campground has 25 primitive sites.  They are located on the Big Dry Arm of the Fort Peck Lake. More Info
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19. Cattle Brands - Historical Marker

Historical highway marker depicting various cattle brands. More Info
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20. Bannack State Park Campground

 Bannack, Butte Area
Bannack was the site of the state’s first big gold strike in 1862 and the birthplace of Montana’s government. Gold was discovered in Grasshopper Creek on July 28, 1862. This strike set off a massive gold rush that swelled Bannack. More Info
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21. Flying D Ranch: Bison Viewing Area

 Gallatin Gateway, Bozeman Area
This is the private property of media mogul Ted Turner. One of the first things he did when he bought the ranch was to remove all of the fences on the 130,000 acres to allow his bison herd (as many as 5,000) to roam as freely. More Info
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22. Bozeman Trail - Historical Marker

 Norris, Bozeman Area
In 1840, the Oregon Trail was the primary emigration route across the northern part of the United States. More Info
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23. Harpers Lake Campground

 Seeley Lake, Missoula Area
There are 14 campsites located at this fishing access site.  Each site has a picnic table and fire ring.  More Info
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24. Big Horn County Historical Museum & Visitors Center

 Hardin, Billings Area
The Museum complex consisting of twenty permanent buildings and represents the area's past. More Info
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25. Hanover (Spring Creek) Trestle

 Lewistown, Central Montana
The trestle is a railroad bridge 78 feet high and 1,391 feet long constructed entirely of milled timber. More Info
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26. Hellgate Campground

 Helena, Helena Area
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27. Meagher County Historical Association

 White Sulphur Springs, Central Montana
This castle is filled with historic furnishings and memorabilia. The history provides the visitors with a glimpse into the lives of the people who lived in this area. A guided tour is provided. More Info
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28. Bearcreek

 Washoe, Red Lodge Area
Platted in 1905 by George Lamport and Robert Leavens, Bearcreek was the center of an extensive underground coal mining district. More Info
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29. Boulder River Valley Scenic Drive

 Big Timber, Livingston Area
Big Timber marks the confluence of the Boulder and Yellowstone Rivers. The Boulder River Valley is a beautiful drive just south of Big Timber on Route 298. More Info
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30. Battle At Canyon Creek

 Laurel, Red Lodge Area
In 1877, just after The Battle at the Big Hole, the Nez Perce, led by Chief Joseph, started heading towards Yellowstone National Park in hopes of fleeing to Canada. More Info
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31. Troy Museum & Visitor's Center Troy

 Troy, Northwest Montana
This volunteer-run museum features all Troy-related historical items. More Info
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32. Sacrifice Cliff

 Billings, Billings Area
Sacrifice Cliff is unmarked but is located south of the Yellowstone River, opposite Boothill Cemetery. More Info
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33. Buffalo Country Historical Marker

 Glasgow, Northeast Montana
Buffalo meant life to the Plains Indians, and the mountain Indians used to slip down from the hills for their share, too. More Info
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34. Adobetown

 Virginia City, Butte Area
Placer riches in Alder Gulch spawned many colorful communities. Among them, Adobetown flourished briefly as the center of mining activity in 1864. In that year alone, miners extracted over $350,000 in gold from nearby streams. More Info
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35. Marias Museum of History & Art

 Shelby, Great Falls Area
This museum is known for its collection of memorabilia from the celebrated Heavyweight Championship in 1923 when Jack Dempsey held off Tommy Gibbons for 15 rounds. More Info
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36. Black Sandy State Park

 Helena, Helena Area
One of the few public parks on the shores of Hauser Reservoir, Black Sandy is an extremely popular weekend boating, fishing, and water skiing take-off point. More Info
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37. Camp #44 of the 1873 Yellowstone Expedition

 Billings, Billings Area
In June, 1873, a Northern Pacific Railroad surveying party escorted by 1,500 soldiers, including the 7th Cavalry under the command of George Armstrong Custer, and 526 civilians, left Dakota Territory for the Yellowstone Valley. More Info
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38. Atlantic Cable Quartz Lode Historic Marker

 Anaconda, Butte Area
Location: West of Anaconda This mining property was located June 15, 1867, the name commemorating the laying of the second transatlantic cable. More Info
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39. Carter County Museum

 Ekalaka, Southeast Montana
Features dinosaur fossil remains dating back 65 million years ago when many dinosaurs roamed this area. Among the paleontological finds housed within the museum is a mounted skeleton of an Anatotitan Copei, one of three known skeletons found. More Info
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40. Bar Gulch Cabin

 Townsend, Helena Area
Bar Gulch Cabin sits in a grassy, open clearing surrounded by a canopy of mixed-conifer forest. The area around the cabin offers a variety of landscapes. Valley bottoms, dense forests, meadows, and barren ridges with streams, rivers, and lakes. More Info
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41. Apgar Campground

 Apgar, Glacier Park
Apgar is the largest campground in Glacier National Park.  More Info
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42. Museum of Fine Arts

 Missoula, Missoula Area
The museum is located on the university campus and collects, exhibits, and preserves works of art for the education of university students, the scholarly study of research professionals and the enjoyment of the public. More Info
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43. Missouri Headwaters State Park

 Three Forks, Bozeman Area
If you love to see moving waters, this is the place. The park embraces the wild rivers of the Gallatin, Jefferson, and Madison that converge near Three Forks and flow into the Missouri River. More Info
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44. Fourchetta Bay Campground

 Malta, Havre Area
Fourchette Bay Campground is a primitive camping area located on Fort Peck Lake on the north side. More Info
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45. Branham Lakes Campground

 Sheridan, Butte Area
At 8,800ft elevation sits the Branham Lakes Campground located in the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest. More Info
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46. Beaverhead Rock

 Dillon, Butte Area
On August 10, 1805, members of the Lewis and Clark expedition pushed their way up the Jefferson River’s tributaries toward the Continental Divide and the Pacific Ocean beyond. More Info
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47. Bowman Lake Campground

 Glacier Park
Located in the North Fork area of Glacier National Park is Bowman Lake Campground.  There are  46 sites nestled in trees on the shore of the picturesque Bowman Lake. More Info
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48. Confederate Recreation Area Campground

 Helena, Helena Area
Confederate campground has dispersed camping sites on the Canyon Ferry Reservoir.  This is a 35,000-acre lake 50 miles downstream from where the Missouri, Jefferson, Gallatin, and Madison rivers join. More Info
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49. Bannack Historical Marker

 Dillon, Butte Area
The Lewis and Clark Expedition, westward bound, passed here in August 1805. The old mining camp of Bannack is on Grasshopper Creek about twenty miles west of here. More Info
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50. Lewistown Art Center

 Lewistown, Central Montana
This eclectic structure is a combination of bits and pieces of old buildings and other items collected from throughout Central Montana. More Info
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10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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51. Bad Medicine Campground

 Troy, Northwest Montana
This campground has an upper and lower loop. The lower loop overlooks Bull Lake. More Info
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52. Badrock Canyon

 Flathead Area
The Great Northern Railway was constructed through Badrock Canyon in 1891. More Info
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53. Valley County Pioneer Museum

 Glasgow, Northeast Montana
In Valley County, Montana, a person is still able to find the fossilized remains of prehistoric creatures. More Info
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09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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54. Missoula Museum of the Arts

 Missoula, Missoula Area
This museum is housed in the old Carnegie Library and has a small permanent collection. More Info
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55. Galerie Trinitas

 Great Falls, Great Falls Area
This gallery contains many of the works of Sister Mary Trinitas. More Info
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56. Lake Elmo State Park

 Billings, Billings Area
Located in the Billings Heights area, the 64-acre Lake Elmo is a popular recreation area for locals and visitors. More Info
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57. Elk Island Campground

 Hungry Horse, Glacier Park Area
There are 7 campsites,  accessible only by boat, on Elk Island in the Hungry Horse Reservoir.  More Info
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58. Big Therriault Lake Campground

 Fortine, Northwest Montana
The campground is adjacent to Big Therriault Lake and is pack in pack out. More Info
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59. Bear Paw Battlefield

 Chinook, Havre Area
In the summer of 1877, five bands of Nez Perce, including some Palouse allies, began a 1,300-mile journey from northeastern Oregon and central Idaho through Montana Territory. More Info
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60. John L. Clarke Western Art Gallery & Memorial Museum

 East Glacier Park Village, Flathead Area
John L. Clarke and Montana artists' work is featured here. More Info
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61. Utica Historical Museum

 Utica, Central Montana
The museum is a large collection of artifacts from the Homestead Era. Everything from household items to farm tools. More Info
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62. Bean Lake Campground

 Augusta, Great Falls Area
Bean Lake is a free campground open all year-round. There are 50 tent and RV sites. No hookups. Fishing access. Vault toilets. Activities: Fishing, swimming, camping, Boating, and Wildlife Viewing. 15 miles from Augusta. Maximum stay, 14 days. More Info
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63. Bob Scriver Hall of Bronze & Museum of Montana Wildlife

 Browning, Great Falls Area
This privately owned museum was established in 1956 and provides a very special view and understanding of the wildlife native to Montana. More Info
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64. Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana

 Missoula, Missoula Area
Ninepipes Museum is named after Chief Joseph Ninepipes, a Chief of the Bitterroot Salish. More Info
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65. Beaver Creek Campground

 West Yellowstone, Big Sky/Yellowstone Area
At 6,500ft elevation, this campground is located on the eastern end of Earthquake Lake. More Info
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66. Fairy Lake Campground

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
At 7,500ft elevation lies this 9 site campground.  Quick walk to the breathtaking picturesque Fairy Lake. Hike the trail around the lake or head up to Sacajawea Peak. More Info
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67. Oscar's Dreamland Yesteryear Museum/Oscar's Park

 Billings, Billings Area
Oscar Cooke had a dream of building the largest steam tractor museum in the world. He did. More Info
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68. Holter Museum of Art

 Helena, Helena Area
This museum exhibits quality visual arts in all media from local, national, and international artists, as well as traveling shows. More Info
Open
Saturday
10:00 AM - 05:30 PM
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69. Emerald Lake Campground

 Fishtail, Red Lodge Area
This 31 site campground at 6,180ft elevation is located above Emerald Lake and along the West Rosebud Creek. More Info
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70. Boulder Hot Springs Historical Marker

 Boulder, Helena Area
For centuries Native Americans have been coming to these pure, flowing hot water springs for rest and healing. More Info
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71. Cheyenne Indian Museum

 Ashland, Southeast Montana
The Cheyenne Indian Museum features artifacts and the history of the Plains Indians. A documentary film on the Saint Labre school is featured. More Info
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72. Makoshika State Park

 Glendive, Southeast Montana
Rising from the Yellowstone valley and surrounding prairies is a broad region of seeming disarray—bad lands. More Info
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73. Hyalite Canyon Recreation Area

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
This is the most used recreation area in the state and for good reason. A beautiful mountain lake sits at the end of a beautiful drive up the canyon of Hyalite Creek. More Info
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74. Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest

 Dillon, Butte Area
Located in Southwest Montana, the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest is the largest of the national forests in Montana. More Info
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75. Little McGregor Lake Campground

 Libby, Northwest Montana
Little McGregor Campground is located 53 miles southeast of Libby.  More Info
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76. Duck Creek Campground

 Fort Peck, Northeast Montana
There are 15 primitive sites at Duck Creek campground.  It is located on the Fort Peck Lake. More Info
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77. Copper Village Museum & Art Center

 Anaconda, Butte Area
A dream of copper magnate Marcus Daly was to make Anaconda the state capital. For that reason, he spared no expense in making Anaconda’s buildings spectacular. More Info
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78. Flathead Lake State Park - West Shore Unit

 Kalispell, Flathead Area
The park’s glacially carved rock outcrops give spectacular views of Flathead Lake and the Mission and Swan Mountain Ranges. More Info
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79. Columbus

 Columbus, Red Lodge Area
The town of Columbus is located about 9 miles west of here. More Info
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80. Museum of the Northern Great Plains

 Fort Benton, Havre Area
The Museum of the Northern Great Plains is a 30,000 square feet facility that tells a story from1908 through 1980 of three generations of farmers. More Info
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10:30 AM - 04:30 PM
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81. Chisholm Campground

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
At 6,700ft elevation, this single loop campground is on the picturesque 330-acre Hyalite Reservoir. More Info
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82. Avalanche Creek Campground

 Glacier Park
Nestled within Hemlock trees and the old-growth Cedar in the most popular area of Glacier National Park sits the 87 site Avalanche Creek campground.  More Info
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83. Canyon Ferry Visitor Center

 Helena, Helena Area
The Center is small but packed with informative and interesting exhibits. There are picnic tables here and an outdoor interpretive display. More Info
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84. Fairview Ranger Station

 Libby, Northwest Montana
This remote cabin was built in 1908 and served as an administration building for the Wolf Creek District of the Blackfeet National Forest. The Blackfeet NF was dissolved in 1935 becoming part of the Kootenai & Flathead NF. More Info
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85. Barretts Station Park Campground

 Dillon, Butte Area
This campground offers tent and trailer site with no hookups. More Info
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86. James Kipp Recreation Area and Campground

 Malta, Havre Area
Located along the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail is the James Kepp Recreation Area and campground. It has 34 campsites, 19 single sites, and 15 group sites. More Info
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87. Beavertail Hill State Park Campground

 Clinton, Missoula Area
This campground offers 28 campsites, many are on the Clark Fork River. More Info
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88. Bull River Campground

 Trout Creek, Northwest Montana
This campground is made up of 3 loops and is located at Bull River and Cabinet Gorge Reservoir. More Info
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89. McGuire Creek Campground

 Fort Peck, Northeast Montana
This campground is located on the Big Dry Arm of the Fort Peck Lake. More Info
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90. Devil's Creek Campground

 Jordan, Northeast Montana
Devil's Creek Campground is located on Fort Peck Lake. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring.  Vault toilets available, but no water.  More Info
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91. Logan State Park Campground

 Happys Inn, Northwest Montana
Surrounded by a 17-acre mature forest of western larch and ponderosa pine, this park is on the north shore of Middle Thompson Lake. More Info
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92. Blackfoot-Clearwater Wildlife Management Area

 Clearwater, Missoula Area
Like the wildebeest of Africa's Serengeti, the annual elk migration to and from the Blackfoot-Clearwater Wildlife Management Area (WMA) each winter attracts a myriad of wild followers. More Info
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93. Cameahwait Campground

 Dillon, Butte Area
Cameahwait Campground is located on the north shore of Clark Canyon Reservoir. More Info
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94. Pryor Mountain National Wild Horse Range

 Billings, Billings Area
The Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range was established after a two-year grassroots effort by citizens concerned about the long-term welfare of the Pryor Mountain horses. More Info
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95. Dryhead Overlook

 Billings, Billings Area
The drive here is worth it. At the end of the drive, you’ll be standing atop an 8,500 foot rim looking thousands of feet down into the Bighorn Canyon. More Info
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