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  • An afternoon of Kayaking near Great Falls
  • The Chinese Wall in "The Bob"
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Sluice Boxes

Sluice Boxes

Excellent trout fishing, rich mining history, and breath-taking scenery make Sluice Boxes one of the most delightful state parks you’ve never heard of. Montana FWP acquired Sluice Boxes State Park in 1974 and subsequently designated it as a “primitive” park. That means few amenities, rustic conditions, and unspoiled scenery. Location: The primary entrance to Sluice Boxes State Park […]

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C.M. Russell Auto Tour

C.M. Russell Auto Tour

This auto tour between Great falls and Lewistown is designated as the “Charles M. Russell Trail”.  Follow the trail today and relive the scenery Charile Russell loved, painted and wrote about in his portrayals of the West and its people.  An interpretive booklet for the tour is available by calling 1-800-527-5348. C.M Russell Auto Tour800-527-5348 […]

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Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone, the world’s first national park, covers more than 2 million acres and has the earth’s largest concentration of hydrothermal features.  A huge wildlife preserve, Yellowstone treats the visitor to sightings of bison, elk, moose, deer, bighorn sheep, antelope, and even wolves.  Geothermal activity consists of geysers, hot bubbling pools, colorful paint pots, and the […]

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Charlie Russell Chew Choo

Charlie Russell Chew Choo

June through September experience a genuine Montana train ride through rolling hills and ranchlands.  The three and one-half hour trip which travels as far as Denton and back, includes a full course prime rib dinner and dessert, a no-host cash bar and local music.  Be sure to watch out for masked bandits that sometimes find […]

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Missouri River Breaks

Missouri River Breaks

The Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument was officially added to the Department of the Interior’s National Landscape Monument System in January 2001. The landscape throughout this monument contains a spectacular array of biological, scientific, historic, wildlife, ecological, and cultural resources mixed with a remote location that offers opportunities for solitude not commonly found today. […]

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Fort Benton

Fort Benton, “the birthplace of Montana,” is the gateway to the Wild and Scenic Missouri River and the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument. With a rich history featuring Lewis & Clark, steamboats and keelboats, bullwhackers, madams, and muleskinners, Fort Benton is a great choice for a day trip. Several separate facilities tell its rich […]

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Dinosaur Trails

Dinosaur Trails

Take a short drive north from Great Falls on Interstate 15 to Vaughn, turn west on U.S. Hwy 89 and drive to Choteau and Bynum to experience two of Montana’s attractions featuring the Dinosaur Trails.  The Old Trail Museum in Choteau showcases discoveries from the area’s Two Medicine Formation, including skulls, nestling, hatchling, and adult […]

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Memorial Falls

Located 53 miles S. of Great Falls and 1.6 miles southeast of Neihart on US Highway 89, Memorial Falls is a scenic .5 mile walk to two pristine waterfalls. The trail winds through towering cliffs and lodge pole trees. After the upper falls, the trail continues up the creek for about .75 miles and eventually […]

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