Montana has 55 state parks, and each one has its own unique traits. Whether you’re looking for a place to camp, fish, hike, or learn about local history, you’ll find it in the Treasure State. And if you live in Montana and drive a vehicle, admission to our state parks is always free.

The next time you’re looking for a new spot to explore, check out Montana’s smallest state park, Elkhorn, which also happens to be a ghost town. This piece of living history has been well-preserved for your enjoyment and education.

Did you know that Elkhorn was Montana’s smallest state park?

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