These 9 Montana Parks Are Small In Size, But Rich In Beauty

Montana is home to some of the most incredible parks and wilderness areas on the planet. And although we (sadly) can’t go to Glacier National Park every day, there are plenty of pristine places to enjoy nature that are much more easily accessible. These state parks are a little on the small side, but they’re amazing.

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No matter which part of Montana you call home, you’re never far from a natural recreation area to explore. If you live on the east side, however, we highly recommend spending a day or two at Makoshika State Park.