We stopped by this state park for a picnic dinner on our way to Yellowstone and Bozeman. The park is nice and well maintained. The picnic area is also well kept. Grounds are mowed and the bugs weren't too bad. The view is wonderful and you can see the three rivers come together to form the Missouri. There are some short hikes you can take and there is a covered area with interpretive signage that explains the history of the area. Lewis and Clark visited this area and mapped it. It was a perfect stop and a nice picnic dinner. we even saw a family of woodchucks grazing by the Gallitin River. Again as with most state parks there is a small fee to enter.
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