7 National and State parks to visit in Montana, USA

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There are a number of national and state parks in Montana. Here is a list of some of them...

Glacier National Park

Located in Montana's Rocky Mountains, this national park is known for its landscapes. You can find a number of hiking trails here, like Highline Trail & Grinnell Glacier Trail.


Yellowstone National Park

This national park is filled with a number of beautiful waterfalls, hot springs, & viewpoints. You can drive through Grand Loop Road to capture some of the best views.


Flathead Lake State Park

Flathead lake is one of the largest natural water lakes in Montana & has six state park units surrounding the lake. You can camp on shore, swim, & go fishing here.


Giant Springs State Park

Located next to Great Falls, this state park encompasses the enormous Giant spring. Bird watching, boating, & dipping toes in the water are some of the things to do here.


Bannack State Park

Bannack is one of the must-visit Ghost towns in Montana. There are about 60 structures remaining in the town. You can walk around the Bannack State Park and admire its history.


Whitefish Lake State Park

This state park is located at the southern tip of Whitefish lake. You can camp and fish here. You can also for boating on the lake in Kayaks and Paddle boats.


Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park

It is Montana's first state park and has one of the largest limestone caves in the Northwest. You can go on guided tours to explore the underground caves.


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