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The 5 Largest State Parks in Montana

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Wild Horse Island State Park

Wild Horse Island State Park, covering 2,160 acres in Big Arm, Montana, is number five on our list of largest Montana state parks.

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Lewis and Clark Caverns

This 3,015-acre park is home to the most highly-decorated limestone caverns in all of North America and one of the largest limestone caverns in the Northwest.

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Rosebud Battlefield Park

Montana’s third largest park isn’t just a big deal within the state – it’s also a national historic landmark. Rosebud Battlefield State Park is a rolling prairie located in Decker


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Fish Creek State Park

Our second-place park, Fish Creek State Park in Mineral County, Montana, covers more than 5,600 acres and is a stronghold for Montana’s native trout.

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Makoshika State Park

At 11,538 acres, this park is a behemoth – but that’s not the reason it’s so popular with visitors.

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