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So many trails, so little time!

So many trails, so little time!




1. Hike the Bridger Ridge

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
Few places in Montana offer the adventurous and observant hiker a better opportunity to walk through time than do the Bridger Mountains.

2. Madison Buffalo Jump State Park

 Logan, Bozeman Area
As early as 2000 years ago and as recently as 200 years ago, the trampling of hoofs could be heard as Indians stampeded herds of buffalo off the cliffs to claim their meat and fur.

3. 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.

4. Makoshika State Park

 Glendive, Southeast Montana
Rising from the Yellowstone valley and surrounding prairies is a broad region of seeming disarray—bad lands.
10:00 AM - 06:00 PM

5. 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.

6. Beartrap Canyon

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

7. Upper Potosi Hot Springs

 Pony, Bozeman Area
Two primitive high-country hot springs pools on public land high in the Tobacco Root Mountains.

8. 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.

9. 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.

10. Riverfront Park

 Billings, Billings Area
Located on the Yellowstone River, this park is a great place to relax, walk, jog, fish and enjoy a picnic.

11. Yellowtail Dam Visitor Center & Power Plant

 Fort Smith, Billings Area
The dam spans 1,480 feet across the Bighorn Canyon and stands 525 feet tall.

12. 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.

13. Chief Plenty Coups State Park

 Pryor, Billings Area
The fascinating and honorable life of Chief Plenty Coups is remembered at this location.

14. The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail

The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDNST) was established by Congress under the National Trails System Act of 1968.

15. The Humbug Spires Primitive Area

 Butte, Butte Area
Named for its unique granite peaks, this primitive area is part of a geologic system of large-scale volcanic intrusions known as the Boulder Batholith, which extends north beyond Helena and south into Idaho.

16. 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.

17. 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.

18. Thompson Falls State Park and Campground

 Thompson Falls, Northwest Montana
A mature, mixed pine forest makes this 36-acre park cool and private. Situated between the Kaniksu and Lolo National Forest. 

19. Kootenai National Forest

 Northwest Montana
Libby is in the heart of the forest.

20. Wild Horse Island State Park

 Flathead Area
Wild Horse Island is considered by many locals to be the best watchable wildlife area in the state.

21. Flathead National Forest

 Bigfork, Flathead Area
Horseback riding fun! Located in northwestern Montana in the Rocky Mountain Province, lies the Flathead National Forest.

22. Surrounded by Wilderness

 Columbia Falls, Glacier Park Area
You are at the gateway to the upper Flathead River, which drains Glacier National Park, the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex (the “Bob”) and the southeastern corner of British Columbia.

23. Flathead Lake

 Flathead Area
This beautiful lake is renowned for boating, sailing, fishing, camping, and swimming.

24. Gatiss Gardens

 Kalispell, Flathead Area
These are arguably some of the prettiest gardens to be found anywhere.
09:00 AM - 09:00 PM

25. Goat Lick Overlook

 Essex, Glacier Park Area
The exposed riverbank cliffs above the Middle Fork of the Flathead River provide an excellent wildlife viewing area

26. Lake Mary Ronan

 Lake Mary Ronan, Flathead Area
Located on the east shore of Lake Mary Ronan, this 76-acre park is shaded by a forest of douglas fir and western larch.

27. Woodland Park

 Kalispell, Flathead Area
Filled with all the ingredients for family fun, this park furnishes a pool with a waterslide, playground, rose garden, running/jogging/walking course, playing fields, horseshoe pits, picnic gazebos and barbeque pits.

28. Lawrence Park

 Kalispell, Flathead Area
This park sits between the Stillwater River and the Buffalo Hills Golf Course.

29. Flathead Lake State Park - Wayfarers Unit

 Bigfork, Flathead Area
Located near the resort town of Bigfork on the northeast shore of Flathead Lake.

30. Lone Pine State Preserve

 Kalispell, Flathead Area
Located near Kalispell, Lone Pine offers outdoor wilderness close to the city.

31. Whitefish Lake State Park and Campground

 Whitefish, Flathead Area
This popular, 10-acre park has a mature spruce/fir forest which contributes to the ambiance of the campground and beach. Boating, swimming, and fishing opportunities are abundant.

32. The Bob Marshall Wilderness Country (“The Bob”)

 Missoula Area
Location: Junction MT 200 & 141 North of here lies the second largest wilderness in the lower 48 states.

33. The Mission Mountain Wilderness

 Charlo, Missoula Area
The mountains rising to the east lie in the Mission Mountain Wilderness Area and the Mission Mountain Tribal Wilderness.

34. Fred Robinson Bridge Tour

 Lewistown, Havre Area
The Fred Robinson Bridge over the Missouri River is approximately 70 miles south of Malta on Highway 191. Looking from the bridge you are viewing much of the same scenery that Lewis and Clark viewed when passing through this area.

35. 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.

36. Hell Creek State Park and Campground

 Jordan, Northeast Montana
Hell Creek Campground is located on the Hell Creek Arm of Fort Peck Lake. There are 55 campsites all but 10 have electrical hookups.  Each site has a picnic table and fire ring.

37. 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.

38. 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.

39. Sluice Boxes State Park

 Belt, Central Montana
A primitive trail follows an abandoned railroad grade through the scenic, Belt Creek Gorge of the Little Belt Mountains.

40. Smith River State Park

 White Sulphur Springs, Helena Area
A 61-mile float trip down the remote Smith River Canyon provides outstanding scenery and excellent trout fishing.

41. 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.

42. Nez Perce National Historic Trail

 Wisdom, Southeast Montana
Congress passed the National Trails System Act in 1968 establishing a framework for a nationwide system of scenic, recreational, and historic trails.

43. Georgetown Lake

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

44. Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge

 Stevensville, Southwest Montana
Located in the Bitterroot Valley of southwestern Montana; 25 miles south of Missoula. Majestic scenery dominates with the 9,000 foot Bitterroot Mountains located across the Bitterroot River to the west.

45. Willoughby Environmental Education Area

 Victor, Southwest Montana
Encompassing 40 acres at the base of the Sapphire Range, this area provides a 1-mile nature trail loop through three different habitats.

46. Lake Como Recreation Area

 Darby, Southwest Montana
Originally called “Lake of the White Moose” by the Indians because of an albino moose that once visited its shores, the scenic 906-acre lake is now the setting of many water sports.

47. Beaverhead Scenic Loop Pioneer Mountains National Scenic Byway

 Wise River, Butte Area
The stretch from Jackson to Wisdom parallels the Big Hole River, one of the top blue-ribbon trout streams in America.

48. Beavertail Hill State Park

 Clinton, Southwest Montana
Beavertail Hill State Park is 65 acres at 3,615 feet elevation that includes a half-mile of frontage on the Clark Fork River. Visitors enjoy fishing, floating, and camping in the shade provided by a stand of river cottonwoods.

49. Painted Rocks State Park

 Darby, Southwest Montana
Painted Rocks received its name from the green, yellow, and orange lichens which cover the grey and black rock walls of the granitic and rhyolite cliffs. The lichen forms out of the symbiotic relationship between the algae growing on the cliffs.

50. Montana Gulch Campground

 Landusky, Havre Area
Near Landusky, Montana, located in the scenic Little Rockies, the quiet Montana Gulch Campground offers shaded stream-side spots.

51. Bear Creek Campground

 Ennis, Bozeman Area
At the base of the Lee Metcalf Wilderness Area at 6,350 elevation, this is a single loop 12 site campground.

52. Boulder Creek Campground

 Wise River, Butte Area
Across the street from the Wise River along the Pioneer Mountains Scenic Byway, this is a 13 site picturesque campground located in Mature Lodgepole pines.

53. Hilltop Campground

 West Yellowstone, Big Sky/Yellowstone Area
Hilltop’s name comes from its location on a hilltop between Wade and Cliff Lakes.

54. Lodgepole Campground

 Wise River, Butte Area
10 campsites sit at 6,400ft elevation along the Pioneer Mountains National Scenic Byway.

55. Madison River Campground

 Cameron, Big Sky/Yellowstone Area
This 10 site campground at 5,900ft elevation is located along the Madison River. The view of the river can be seen from every campsite.

56. Mill Creek Campground

 Sheridan, Butte Area
At 6,400ft elevation, this pack in pack out campground is located among mature pines.

57. Mussigbrod Campground

 Wisdom, Butte Area
This 10 site pack in pack out campground is located adjacent to Mussigbrod Lake. Situated in tall pines, some sites overlook the lake.

58. Potosi Campground

 Pony, Bozeman Area
There are two loops of sites in this heavily wooded area with Willow Creek running down the middle. There is an upper loop and lower loop.

59. Seymour Creek Campground

 Wise River, Butte Area
This pack in pack out heavily wooded campground is at 6,700ft elevation. Open all year with services available Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.

60. Twin Lakes Campground

 Wisdom, Butte Area
This 19 site campground, 17 having tables and grilles, is located at 7,200ft elevation in heavy pine woods.

61. Wade Lake Campground

 West Yellowstone, Big Sky/Yellowstone Area
At 6,400ft elevation, this 25 site campground is located on the spring-fed Wade Lake. Some sites overlook the lake.

62. Charles Waters Campground

 Florence, Southwest Montana
Named after Dr. Charles Waters who studied forest tree disease in an outdoor laboratory.

63. Indian Trees Campground

 Sula, Southwest Montana
The 16- site campground with tables and grilles gets its name from the Nez Perce Indians that would strip back bark to extract cambium, a chewy delicacy.

64. Lake Como Campground

 Darby, Southwest Montana
Located below Lake Como, this is a 12 site campground located on a single loop. This is bear country so food should be stored in bear-resistant containers.

65. Rock Creek Horse Campground

 Darby, Southwest Montana
Located on the south end of Lake Como, the 11 site campground with tables and grilles also has 7 RV pull throughs with no hookups.

66. Sam T. Billings Memorial Campground

 Darby, Southwest Montana
This pack in pack out campground is adjacent to the Boulder Creek and Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness.

67. Spring Gulch Campground

 Sula, Southwest Montana
A 12 site campground is located between the East Fork of the Bitterroot River and US 93.

68. Three Frogs Campground

 Darby, Southwest Montana
This 2 loop campground with 20 sites overlooks Lake Como. There are tables and fire rings at each site.

69. Basin Campground

 Red Lodge, Red Lodge Area
At 6,740ft elevation, this 29 site campground is located on the West Fork of Rock Creek.

70. East Rosebud Campground

 Absarokee, Red Lodge Area
Located in the valley of the Beartooth Mountains overlooking the East Rosebud Lake, this 14 site campground is popular for its hikes and fishing for Rainbow Trout.

71. 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.

72. Greenough Lake Campground

 Absarokee, Red Lodge Area
Open all year round, this 18 site campground at 6,220ft elevation is located on the Main Fork of Rock Creek with a view of the Beartooth Mountain Range.

73. Limber Pine Campground

 Red Lodge, Red Lodge Area
At 6,960ft elevation, this campground is near the Main Fork of Rock Creek. One mile from the campground is the Parkside Recreational Trailhead.

74. M-K Campground

 Red Lodge, Red Lodge Area
This pack in pack out campsite is located above the Main Fork of Rock Creek at 7,240ft elevation.

75. Parkside Campground

 Red Lodge, Red Lodge Area
This 25 site campground is adjacent to the Main Fork of Rock Creek at 6,940ft elevation. There are two loops in this heavily wooded area.

76. Woodbine Campground

 Nye, Red Lodge Area
Nestled next to the Stillwater River are 44 campsites. Surrounded by the Beartooth Mountain Range and the Big Horn Sheep’s Winter Range.

77. Cable Mountain Campground

 Philipsburg, Butte Area
The old logging roads near this 11 site campground is poular for ATV and motorbike riding. It is located across the road from North Fork Flint Creek.

78. Delmoe Lake Campground

 Butte, Butte Area
Overlooking Delmoe Lake, this 24 site campground has two loops. There are 7 pull throughs with no hookups.

79. Orofino Campground

 Deer Lodge, Butte Area
This 10 site campground is a pack in pack out campground. Each site has a table and fire ring.

80. Big Creek Campground

 Columbia Falls, Flathead Area
Located along the North Fork of the Flathead River, this 22 site campground has many sites that overlook the river.

81. Devil Creek Campground

 East Glacier Park Village, Glacier Park Area
This heavily wooded 13 site campground offers access to the Great Bear Wilderness.

82. Emery Bay Campground

 Hungry Horse, Glacier Park Area
This 26 site campground is located on a bluff overlooking the Hungry Horse Reservoir.

83. Holland Lake Campground

 Seeley Lake, Flathead Area
There are two loops with a total of 39 sites all are situated on this beautiful picturesque 416-acre Holland Lake.

84. Lid Creek Campground

 Hungry Horse, Glacier Park Area
This campground consists of a large loop with 22 sites along the 27,750-acre Hungry Horse Reservoir.

85. Lost Johnny Point Campground

 Hungry Horse, Glacier Park Area
This campground is adjacent to the 23,750 a-acre Hungry Horse Reservoir.

86. Murray Bay Campground

 Hungry Horse, Glacier Park Area
This campground offers 22 campsites, 2 pull throughs without hookups, situated on a bluff overlooking the Hungry Horse Reservoir.

87. Spotted Bear Campground

 Hungry Horse, Flathead Area
Located near the South Fork of the Flathead River and Spotted Bear Rivers on the south end of the Hungry Horse Reservoir, this pretty campground offers 12 campsites, each with a table and fire ring.

88. Swan Lake Campground

 Swan Lake, Flathead Area
This campground has two loops on the Swan Lake. There are 38 family-sized campsites with picnic tables and fire rings.

89. Tally Lake Campground

 Whitefish, Flathead Area
Tally Lake is 1,326-acre lake that is the deepest lake in Montana at 492 feet. There are 38 campsites in two sections.

90. Beaver Creek Campground

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

91. Cabin Creek Campground

 West Yellowstone, Big Sky/Yellowstone Area
This campground is located about halfway between Hebgen Reservoir Lake and Earthquake Lake.

92. Canyon Campground

 Gardiner, Big Sky/Yellowstone Area
This 2 section pack in pack out campground is located 19.8 miles for the Yellowstone National Park entrance.

93. Chisholm Campground

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
At 6,700ft elevation, this single loop campground is on the picturesque 330-acre Hyalite Reservoir.

94. Colter Campground

 Cooke City-Silver Gate, Big Sky/Yellowstone Area
This campground is located 5.5 miles from the Northeast Entrance to Yellowstone National Park.

95. Eagle Creek Campground

 Gardiner, Big Sky/Yellowstone Area
This 17 site campground has breathtaking views of the Yellowstone National Park mountain views.

96. Greek Creek Campground

 Big Sky, Big Sky/Yellowstone Area
This campground is right on US Rt 191 between Big Sky and Bozeman. Sites are situated on the Gallatin River.

97. Hick’s Park Campground

 Big Timber, Livingston Area
Hick’s Park is located in the Boulder Canyon with the Absaroka and Beartooth Mountain Ranges on each side.