Introduction to Montana state parks
Some generalities about Montana state parks, known for trails, mountains, etc, then list them out.
Park Address: 29895 Bonita Station Rd, Clinton, MT 59825
Park Description: The park covers 65 acres, has an elevation of 3,615 feet, and offers river frontage, tipi rentals, a short interpretive trail, an amphitheater, campsites, and picnic areas.
Beavertail Hill State Park Visitors Guide
Park Address: 219 Rolling Hills Dr, Billings, MT 59105
Park Description: The state park occupies 123 acres and is at an elevation of 3,199 feet (975 m).
Lake Elmo State Park Visitors Guide
Park Address: 4803 Giant Springs Rd, Great Falls, MT 59405
Park Description: Home to the world's largest freshwater spring & the Rainbow Dam, this park offers 2 miles of trails.
Park Address: 2325 Old US Hwy 91, Cascade, MT 59421
Park Description: The centerpiece of the park is Tower Rock, a 424-foot-high rock formation which marks the entrance to the Missouri River Canyon in the Adel Mountains Volcanic Field.
Tower Rock State Park Visitors Guide
Park Address: 1141 MT-7, Ekalaka, MT 59324
Park Description: The park is named for the "Medicine Rocks," a series of sandstone pillars similar to hoodoos some 60 to 80 feet (18 to 24 m) high with eerie undulations, holes, and tunnels in them.
Park Address: 25 Lewis & Clark Caverns Road, Whitehall, MT 59759
Park Description: The state park includes two visitor centers, ten miles of hiking trails, a campground, and its namesake limestone caverns.
Park Address: 1301 Snyder St, Glendive, MT 59330
Park Description: The state park encompasses badlands containing dinosaur fossils and rock from the Hell Creek Formation.