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State Park Trail Lewis & Clark Caverns Trail System
Overview Service & Activities
Overview Service & Activities
About The trails of Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park allow the visitor to enjoy and experience many aspects of the park above and beyond the caverns themselves. There is over 3000 acres of terrain in this park and almost 1600 vertical feet. The trail system covers about 10 miles and over 1000 feet in elevation change. The two main trails are rather strenuous with considerable elevation gain or loss, but there are others that provide a more relaxing walk through the park. For those looking for a less challenging hike, the short Nature Loop Trail located at the upper picnic area is a pleasant quarter mile walk with signs to identify some of the flora. This short trail offers some of the best wildflower viewing in the park. From the campground the Fishing Access Trail can take you a leisurely 1.3 miles down to the riverside for fishing, swimming or just a reflective moment by the historic Jefferson River. The trail picks up less than 100 feet.
Whitehall, MT 59759
CONTACT 406-287-3541
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS Trail located at the Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park.
SERVICES Childrens Activities Established Fire Pits Gift Shop Interpretive Display Picnic Shelter Playground Public Restroom RV Dump Station Shower Toilets Trail Trash Removal Water
ACTIVITIES Bird Watching Hiking Picnicking Sightseeing Wildlife Viewing

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