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1. 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

2. 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

3. Luzenac America Talc Mine

 Three Forks, Bozeman Area
The largest talc mine in the United States and the second-largest talc mine in the world. It is located between Three Forks and Willow Creek Montana. More Info

4. 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

5. Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge

 Glasgow, Northeast Montana
Named after the prized Montana cowboy-artist, this refuge is the third-largest in the United States and the second-largest in the lower 48 states with over one million acres of prairies, badlands, and rolling hills. More Info

6. Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park

 Three Forks, Bozeman Area
Located in the rugged Jefferson River Canyon, Lewis and Clark Caverns features one of the most highly decorated limestone caverns in the Northwest. More Info

7. Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge

 Red Rock, Butte Area
Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) was established in 1935 to protect the rare trumpeter swan. Today, this 45,000-acre Refuge continues to be one of the most important habitats in North America for these magnificent migratory birds. More Info

8. A Carousel for Missoula

 Missoula, Missoula Area
A Carousel for Missoula is located on the Clark Fork River in Caras Park downtown Missoula. It is hand carved by volunteers. The park is built by volunteers as well. More Info

9. Big Spring Trout Hatchery

 Lewistown, Central Montana
This is the state’s largest coldwater production station for several species of trout and kokanee salmon. It is also the site of one of the largest natural springs in the world. More Info

10. South Willson Historic District

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
The drive on Willson St. from the downtown area of Bozeman south takes you through a residential district featuring houses that range from large mansions to small cottages, all preserved and maintained in the style they were originally constructed. More Info

11. Libby Dam

 Libby, Northwest Montana
Libby Dam spans the Kootenai River 17 miles upstream from the town of Libby in the heart of beautiful northwestern Montana. More Info

12. Ennis National Fish Hatchery

 Ennis, Bozeman Area
This hatchery is different from most others. Most hatcheries produce fish of various sizes and then stock these fish in public lakes and streams, providing anglers with hours of fun, whereas the Ennis Hatchery is a broodstock hatchery. More Info

13. Anaconda Smelter Stack

 Anaconda, Butte Area
This giant chimney holds two titles: it is the largest free-standing masonry structure on earth and the highest chimney on earth. More Info

14. Prairie Dog Town State Park

 Greycliff, Livingston Area
This 98-acre facility is operated by the Parks Division of Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks to preserve the black-tailed prairie dog ecosystem for the public’s educational and viewing enjoyment. More Info

15. Fred Robinson Bridge

 Malta, Havre Area
Looking from the bridge you are viewing much of the same scenery that Lewis and Clark viewed when passing through this area. More Info

16. Natural Bridge

 Mc Leod, Livingston Area
This is one of the more unusual waterfalls you will ever see. The Boulder River literally drops into a hole and exits out of the face of a 100-foot cliff. More Info

17. Crazy Mountains

 Big Timber, Livingston Area
This island mountain range stands in stark contrast to the surrounding plains. Its rugged granite peaks are snow-capped a good part of the year. More Info

18. Montana State Capital

 Helena, Helena Area
Situated against a backdrop of the hills of Helena, the Montana State Capital commands a panoramic view of the Helena Valley. More Info

19. Leo Coleman Wildlife Exhibition Pasture

 Glasgow, Northeast Montana
This 250-acre wildlife pasture offers a wonderful wildlife viewing opportunity for spotting plains buffalo, elk, antelope and deer. More Info

20. Georgetown Lake

 Anaconda, Butte Area
Georgetown Lake, well-known for its superb fishing and stunning grandeur. More Info

21. Creston Fish Hatchery

 Kalispell, Flathead Area
Creston Fish Hatchery More Info

22. Kootenai Falls

 Kootenai Falls, Northwest Montana
Don’t miss this spectacular cascading, 200-foot-drop falls More Info

23. Montana City Old Town

 Libby, Northwest Montana
Revisit Libby’s history by visiting Montana City Old Town. More Info

24. Spring Creek Tour

 Lewistown, Central Montana
From Lewistown drive 4.5 miles south on MT 238 to MT 466. Go right and drive two miles. More Info

25. The Radon Health Mines of Boulder

 Boulder, Helena Area
Montana is the radon capital of the United States, and the Boulder/Basin area is the radon capital of Montana. More Info

26. Last Chance Gulch

 Helena, Helena Area
The downtown area of Helena is a virtual outdoor museum. It was here that Helena was born when gold was discovered on July 14, 1864. More Info

27. Upper Missouri River Visitor Center

 Fort Benton, Havre Area
This riverfront center outlines the Lewis and Clark travel with archaeological displays and a multimedia presentation; maps of their campsites are also provided. More Info

28. Mission Canyon

 Hays, Havre Area
This beautiful canyon features a natural limestone bridge that arches more than 50 feet above the canyon floor. More Info

29. Ross Creek Cedar Grove Scenic Area

 Troy, Northwest Montana
This 10-acre preserve is home to huge western red cedars, some more than 500 years old. More Info

30. Landusky/Mission Canyon

 Hays, Havre Area
Landusky is the home of Mission Canyon and features a natural limestone bridge that arches more than 50 feet above the canyon floor. More Info

31. Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge

 Culbertson, Northeast Montana
The Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge is located between Culbertson and Plentywood and covers over 31,000 acres of lake, wetlands, and prairie. More Info

32. Teton Spring Creek Bird Reserve

 Choteau, Great Falls Area

33. Fort Peck Indian Reservation

 Fort Peck, Northeast Montana
In 1886, the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes exercised their sovereign powers and signed an agreement with the United States Government to create the Fort Peck Indian Reservation. More Info

34. Kerr Dam

 Polson, Flathead Area
Just a few miles southwest of Polson, the 204-foot-high Kerr Dam straddles the Buffalo Rapids Canyon. More Info

35. Montana Arts Council

 Helena, Helena Area
The Montana Arts Council is the agency of state government established to develop the creative potential of all Montanans, advance education, spur economic vibrancy and revitalize communities through involvement in the arts. More Info

36. State Capital Grounds (Day Use Only)

 Helena, Helena Area
While this area does not resemble a state park, the formal grounds and flower gardens are visited by thousands of people each year. More Info

37. The Twin Bridges of Fairview & Snowden

 Fairview, Northeast Montana
One of the oddities of Fairview is the pair of bridges just outside of town. More Info

38. Old Shep

 Fort Benton, Havre Area
The body of Shep’s master was placed on a train headed east for burial. More Info

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