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1. 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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2. 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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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. More Info
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4. 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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5. 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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6. 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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7. 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. More Info
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8. Shakespeare in Montana

 Bozeman, Bozeman Area
Montana Shakespeare in the Parks is a theatrical outreach program of Montana State University Bozeman. More Info
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9. 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. More Info
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10. 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. More Info
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11. 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
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12. Parker Homestead State Park

 Three Forks, Bozeman Area
This is probably the smallest park in the system and officially lists visitation as zero. In fact, if you weren't looking for it, you would just pass right on by. More Info
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13. Pictograph Cave State Park

 Billings, Billings Area
Pictograph Cave State Park is a truly unique glimpse into the past and a dreamland for archaeologists. More Info
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14. Tongue River Reservoir State Park

 Decker, Southeast Montana
The Tongue River Reservoir State Park was formed when the Tongue River was dammed, resulting in a 12-mile long reservoir that winds through scenic red shale, juniper canyons and open prairies of southeastern Montana. More Info
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15. 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. More Info
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16. Tongue River Reservoir State Park Campground

 Decker, Southeast Montana
There are 6 different campgrounds ( Pee Wee North, Campers Point, Rattlesnake, Sand Point, and below the dam) that make up a total of 156 sites. More Info
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17. Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park Campground

 Whitehall, Bozeman Area
Montana's first state park is the Lewis and Clark State Park.  There are limestone caverns with spectacular caves lined with stalagmites, stalactites, helictites, and columns. More Info
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18. Pirogue Island State Park

 Miles City, Southeast Montana
Pirogue Island is on the Yellowstone River just a few miles north of Miles City. The densely wooded area is an oasis for abundant wildlife including beavers, deer and many different species of birds. More Info
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19. Rosebud Battlefield State Park

 Busby, Billings Area
On June 17, 1876, 1300 soldiers, scouts, and miners were met in battle by an equal number of Sioux and Cheyenne. More Info
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20. Giant Springs State Park

 Great Falls, Great Falls Area
The Giant Springs Heritage State Park is a 218-acre facility which includes the spring, hatchery, and the regional headquarters and visitor center for the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks. More Info
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21. 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. More Info
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22. 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. More Info
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23. Medicine Rocks State Park

 Baker, Southeast Montana
Covering one square mile, Medicine Rocks was referred to by the Sioux Indians as “Rock with Hole In It” due to the tunnels and holes burrowed in the stone. More Info
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24. Lost Creek State Park Campground

 Anaconda, Butte Area
The drive through this park takes you through a narrow 3,000 ft. deep canyon. The road is narrow and winding and not friendly to large trailers. In fact, several stretches of the road are single lanes only. Lost Creek Falls cascade over a 50-foot More Info
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25. Fort Owen Monument State Park

 Stevensville, Southwest Montana
Fort Owen State Park in the Bitterroot Valley of western Montana is the site of many “firsts” in the state. Its history intertwines with that of Montana’s first Catholic church and is the site of the first permanent white settlement in Montana. More Info
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26. Elkhorn Ghost Town State Park

 Boulder, Helena Area
Wander through a once-thriving silver mining town. Booming in 1870, Elkhorn, with only a few residents, is now considered a ghost town by many. Many of the original buildings are still intact though they are privately owned. More Info
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27. Halfbreed National Wildlife Refuge

 Billings, Red Lodge Area
Extending 125 miles up the Missouri River from the Fort Peck Dam in north-central Montana, the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is approximately 1,100,000 acres in size and includes the 245,000 acre Fort Peck Reservoir. More Info
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28. Clark's Lookout State Park

 Dillon, Butte Area
Clark’s Lookout State Park is located above the Beaverhead River and is a place that provided the Lewis and Clark Expedition with a view of the route ahead. More Info
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29. Cooney Lake State Park

 Roberts, Red Lodge Area
One of the most popular recreation areas in south-central Montana, the lake is actually a reservoir, with a great view of the Beartooths in the background. More Info
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30. Spring Meadow Lake State Park and Recreation Area

 Helena, Helena Area
Located on the western edge of Helena, this 30-acre spring-fed lake is noted for its clarity and depth. Open to non-motorized boats only, the lake is popular for swimming, sunbathing, scuba diving, wildlife viewing, and fishing. More Info
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31. Beaverhead Rock State Park

 Montana, Butte Area
Resembling the head of a swimming beaver, this natural landmark is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The site may be viewed and photographed from a distance, but is not directly accessible. More Info

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