Fish Creek State Park
Fish Creek State Park is located at 851 Rivulet Road in Alberton.
Fish Creek State Park provides a large landscape State Park in western Montana with a diverse array of recreational opportunities such as hiking, mountain biking, angling, sightseeing, wildlife viewing, motorized use on open roads, and hunting.
Looking to camp?
From the lookout atop Williams Peak to the crystal clear blue pools of Fish Creek, this 5,603-acre state park is full of wildlife, beautiful scenery and places to explore.
The Alberton Gorge, with class 3-4 whitewater rafting, is nearby.
This undeveloped park lacks many amenities that other nearby parks feature such as a visitor center, camping facilities, or regular staffing
The 41,000 acres was acquired by the Nature Conservancy and Trust for Public Lands from the Plum Creek Timber Co. for $17 million. In 2010 the state of Montana officially gained ownership of the land, setting aside a share for the state park.
The topography of the park varies and includes timbered draws, ridges, flat stretches, riparian areas, and steep, narrow canyons.
There are around 60 miles of old logging roads within the park! As one of Montana’s newest state parks, there aren’t many amenities, but you will find plenty of activities!
You won’t find camping at Fish Creek, yet, but if you’re feeling adventurous, the Alberton Gorge provides first-rate whitewater rafting. You may be looking for something a bit tamer though, in which case fishing is one of the most popular activities at Fish Creek State Park!
Many visitors love to hike up to the Williams Peak lookout which provides incredible views of the Mission Mountains to the northeast and Bitterroot Mountains to the southwest.
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851 Rivulet Road Alberton, MT 59820