• Giant Springs

  • Mountain Palace

  • Rivers Edge Trail

  • Fishing in Great Falls

  • Chinese Wall

  • Kayaking

  • Upland Bird Hunting

  • First Peoples Buffalo Jump

  • Glacier National Park

  • Missouri River Breaks

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  • Create family memories at Giant Springs State Park
  • Some of the most breathtaking views in North America
  • Bicycling Great Falls' Rivers Edge Trail near Black Eagle Falls
  • A successful catch near Great Falls
  • The Chinese Wall in "The Bob"
  • An afternoon of Kayaking near Great Falls
  • Upland Bird Hunting outside of Great Falls
  • Enjoy scenic views at First Peoples Buffalo Jump
  • Glacier National Park
  • Missouri River Breaks
  • Click here to download Genuine Montana Brochure
Great Falls Parks

Great Falls City Parks

Great Falls could easily be called “the city of parks”.  Paris Gibson, the city’s founder, had a feel for landscape architecture and planted trees and planned parks for our enjoyment a century later.  Today 58 developed parks are sprinkled about the city.  There is even a dog park for man’s best friend!  Many of the […]

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Guided Trolley Tours

Guided Trolley Tours

The two-hour “Historic” traveling tour highlights several Lewis and Clark Expedition sites, including the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center and four of the five waterfalls, with a brief photo stop at Rainbow Falls Overlook.  Learn little-known facts about the founder of Great Falls, Paris Gibson, as well as the world-famous “Cowboy Artist,” Charlie Russell.  Marvel at Gibson […]

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Great Falls Walking Tours

Great Falls Walking Tours

Good for the body and the mind, the Great Falls Walking Tours are a great way to explore the history and the architecture of Great Falls.  Four different tour brochures are available at the Visitor Information Center located on Flag Hill or at the City Planning Office in the Civic Center on 2 Park Drive […]

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Gibson Park

Gibson Park

Great Falls could easily be called “the city of parks.” Paris Gibson, the city’s founder, had a feel for landscape architecture and planted trees and planned parks for our enjoyment a century later.  Located between the historic downtown and the river, Gibson park is the jewel of the park system.  It has a large new play […]

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Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center

Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center

Re-live the 1804-06 Lewis and Clark Expedition’s 8,000-mile journey across western North America in the comfort of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center. Built into a scenic bluff with spectacular views of the Missouri River, the Center’s exhibits and ranger programs bring alive the indomitable spirit of exploration. Start your indoor journey […]

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Giant Springs State Park

Giant Springs, as it is called by the locals, was established in the 1970’s as a state park.  It was discovered by the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1805 and is one of the largest freshwater springs in the world. This is also the site of the Roe River, once listed in the Guinness Book […]

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River’s Edge Trail

With more than 48 miles of trail along the historic Missouri River, the award winning River’s Edge Trail is the perfect setting for biking, walking, skating or jogging.  Extensive paved urban trails link with parks, museums, waterfalls, riverfront attractions and downtown Great Falls.  Look down at panoramic view of the city through a free telescope […]

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C.M Russell Museum

With the most complete collection of Charles M. Russell art and memorabilia in the world, the C.M. Russell Museum is a treasure trove of history and art, drawing visitors and acclaim world-wide. The museum has some 2,000 Russell works of art and artifacts in its permanent collection, as well as an impressive Browning firearms collection […]

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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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