State parks offer 54 unique places to play
There are 54 state parks (soon to be 55) spread out across the expanse of Montana. Few people can say they’ve been to every one.
From the almost 12,000 acre Makoshika in the east to Les Mason up in the northwestern corner of the state, how do you know where to go?
We were happy to help the Montana State Parks celebrate its 75th anniversary in our May/June issue with the help of the wonderful Kristen Inbody and Erin Madison – two Montanans who can say they’ve been to every one of the state parks.
To prove it, they wrote a guide book and travel companion that was recently published. It’s a great guide to have on you dashboard as you travel Montana.
If you want to learn more about the parks right now, check out our interactive map with our preview of the 75th anniversary feature.
Don’t forget to find us on Instagram (montanamagazine) to see images from the state parks we visit this year.