VISIT GLACIER COUNTRY

MONTANA STATE PARKS

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

OF EVERYTHING.

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.

GLACIER COUNTRY MONTANA STATE PARKS

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Logan State Park Get Directions to Park Just off Highway 2 between Libby and Kalispell, you'll find Logan State Park, a local hotspot. 

Lone Pine State Park Get Directions to Park Located just outside of the city of Kalispell to the southwest, Lone Pine State Park is home to 7.5 miles of trails for hiking, biking, snowshoeing, and hor…

Milltown State Park Get Directions to Park On the outskirts of Missoula you'll find Montana's newest state park Milltown State Park. Once a Superfund river restoration project, years of hard work from multiple state and federal agencies, non-profits, businesses, and committed volunteers helped make the park what it is today.

Painted Rocks State Park Get Directions to Park Named for the green, yellow and orange lichens that cover the grey and black walls of the granite and rhyolite cliffs, Painted Rocks State Park is located in the West Fork Valley of the Bitterroot Mountains.

Traveler's Rest State Park Get Directions to Park Both a state park and a National Historic Landmark, Travelers' Rest is filled with historical significance. In 2001 the land that Travelers' Rest State Park resides on was donated to the State of Montana. After an archeological investigation in 2002, it was discovered that th…

Wayfarers State Park Get Directions to Park Located on the northeast shore of Flathead Lake near Bigfork, you'll find Wayfarers State Park. This park, while small, has so much to offer!

West Shore State Park Get Directions to Park West Shore State Park is located just outside of Lakeside, MT and is open year-round! There, you will find glacially-carved rock outcrops within the park where you'll have incredible views of Flathead Lake and the Mission and Swan Mountains Ranges.

Whitefish Lake State Park Get Directions to Park A quick drive, walk, or bike ride from downtown Whitefish, you'll find Whitefish Lake State Park or just State Park as the locals call it. Part of the Whitefish hiking and biking trail s…

Wild Horse Island State Park Get Directions to Park Located on Flathead Lake, Wild Horse Island is the largest island in a freshwater lake west of Minnesota. Accessible only by boat, Wild Horse Island has six boat landi…

Yellow Bay State Park Get Directions to Park One of the six state parks located on Flathead Lake, Yellow Bay is an excellent destination for tent campers! To get there, visitors will take a drive along the beautiful, winding MT HWY 35 amidst cherry, pear and apple orchards. As you pass through, remember to s…

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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