If you’ve ever been to Montana, you know that you’ll discover some of the most beautiful scenery on earth to explore.

Glacier Country is truly unlike any other with glacial-carved terrain, wildflower-filled meadows and snow-fed streams and rivers.

Glacier Country Montana State Parks offer

something for everyone.

The diverse recreational and educational opportunities make Glacier Country Montana a great place to visit. Glacier Country’s Montana’s State Parks offer a place of exploration, recreation and adventure.

Get a taste


Soak in gorgeous views of Flathead Lake at any of our Flathead Lake State Park units, enjoy the beach at our newest state park, Somers Beach, or hike Lone Pine State Park.

Check out what these parks have to offer, and you will probably want to add an extra day (or week!) to your vacation.



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Beavertail Hill State Park Get Directions to Park This park has a one-half mile of Clark Fork River frontage that provides fishing and floating opportunities. Boating is carry-in only. There are 24 developed campsites and 2 tipi rentals. There is a walking natur…

Cooney State Park Get Directions to Park Head to Cooney State Park, a reservoir 40 minutes south of Billings, to go boating, play in the water, camp, and fish. This is the most popular recreation area serving south-central Montana, and it's always a busy place in the summer! We are able to bring you valuable information about this amazing s…

Council Grove State Park Get Directions to Park Council Grove State Park marks the site of the 1855 council between Superintendent of Indian Affairs and Territorial Governor of Washington, Isaac Stevens a…

Finley Point State Park Get Directions to Park Located on a narrow point on the south side of Flathead Lake, Finley Point is an ideal park for boaters and RV campers. Finley Point is one of Montana's oldest state parks and has been open to the public since July 12th, 1965. The park is known as an excellent fishing location for Lake Trout and …

Fish Creek State Park Get Directions to 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 …

Fort Owen State Park Get Directions to Park Travel 25 minutes south of Missoula, MT and into Stevensville, MT to Fort Owen State Park. Here you will find the remains of the oldest pioneer settlement in the State of Montana. A beautiful place to visit, however, Fort Owen State Park is currently under major construction.

Frenchtown Pond State Park Get Directions to Park Located about ten miles northwest of Missoula, MT Frenchtown Pond State Park is a 41-acre, day-use recreational area where you can swim, boat, and fish. The pond itself is a natural spring-fed lake with a maximum depth of about 18 feet.

Lake Mary Ronan State Park Get Directions to Park Lake Mary Ronan State Park is just seven miles west of Flathead Lake. This park offers a quiet camping opportunity nestled among a boreal forest. This state park is noted for its fishing and numerous trails that lead into the surrounding areas, which abound in wildflowers and wildlife.

Les Mason State Park Get Directions to Park Les Mason State Park is a great day-use spot! With 585 feet of sand and gravel lakeshore, Les Mason is perfect for swimming, cross-country skiing, and picnicking. Les Mason State Park is the only state park on the east shore of Whitefish Lake. The 585 feet shoreline of sand and gravel beaches and …

General Park Fee Information

Montana residents in a vehicle with valid Montana license plates are allowed to enter State Parks for free. Camping, tour, special event and other fees still apply.

Nonresident visitors are required to pay day-use fees usually from $2 to $5. Nonresidents can also purchase annual Montana State Parks Passports for unlimited use. Passports are $25 for the first vehicle and $20 for additional vehicles. They can be purchased at any state park, regional Fish, Wildlife and Parks office or online at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

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