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Bowdoin Wmd National Park

5 Activites Phone: (406)-654-2863 Email: r6rw_bwd@fws.gov Distance: 0.22 miles

The Bowdoin WMD is located in Valley, Phillips, Blaine, and part of Hill Counties in northern Montana. The District varies from glaciated end moraine pothole concentrations to to glacial outwash plains with many man-made reservoirs subject to severe soil erosion. Most WPAs and wetland easements are located in glaciated areas. Predominant land use is ranching, with considerable amounts of cultiv...

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Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge Park

6 Activites Phone: (406)-654-2863 Email: bowdoin@fws.gov Distance: 6.56 miles

Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is located 7 miles east of Malta in the Milk River Valley of north-central Montana. Established in 1936 to provide habitat for migrating, nesting, and feeding birds, the Refuge is home to more than 260 species of birds, 26 species of mammals, and a variety of reptiles, amphibians, and fish. Many of these wildlife species can be seen from the Refuge's 15-mil...

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Hewitt Lake National Wildlife Refuge Park

3 Activites Phone: (406)-654-2863 Email: bowdoin@fws.gov Distance: 18.02 miles

Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge staff also manage Hewitt Lake National Wildlife Refuge.

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Little Rockies Recreation Management Area National Park

6 Activites Phone: (406)-654-5100 Email: MT_Malta_FO@blm.gov Distance: 43.02 miles

This heavily-timbered, isolated mountain range rises abruptly from the surrounding plains, providing habitat for a unique mix of mountain and prairie wildlife. Many species found infrequently in eastern Montana are found here. Bighorn sheep can often be seen on the south side of Saddle Butte and Silver Peak, especially in winter.

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Ul Bend Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 53.47 miles

The UL Bend Wilderness now contains a total of 20,819 acres and is managed by the Fish & Wildlife Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Montana. In 1976 the UL Bend Wilderness became part of the now over 110 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In an age of "....

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South Phillips Recreation Management Area National Park

1 Activites Phone: (406)-654-5100 Email: MT_Malta_FO@blm.gov Distance: 54.70 miles

This large area of rolling prairie with shrub/scrub is a nationally important breeding area for shortgrass bird species, such as mountain plover, burrowing owl, ferruginous hawk, Baird's sparrow, and Sprague's pipit. The area's prairie potholes attract more than 10,000 breeding ducks each year. Wildlife such as deer and antelope frequent the area. In addition, the area contains a concentration of ...

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Ul Bend National Wildlife Refuge Park

7 Activites Phone: (406)-538-8706 Email: cmr@fws.gov Distance: 67.09 miles

Extending 125 miles up the Missouri River from the Fort Peck Dam in north-central Montana, the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is approximately 1,100,000 acres in size and includes the 245,000-acre Fort Peck Reservoir. Given the size and remoteness of the Refuge, the area has changed very little from the historic voyage of the Lewis and Clark expedition, through the era of outlaw...

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Fort Peck Project National Park

14 Activites Phone: (406)-526-3411 Distance: 67.78 miles

According to the World Almanac, Fort Peck Dam, MT is the largest embankment dam in the United States with the fifth-largest man-made reservoir. The vast size of Fort Peck Lake and its remoteness from major population centers provides a variety of high quality outdoor experiences including camping, boating, fishing, hunting, sightseeing, and wildlife viewing. This project has 19 recreation areas.

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War Horse National Wildlife Refuge Park

1 Activites Phone: (406)-538-8706 Email: cmr@fws.gov Distance: 92.59 miles

Extending 125 miles up the Missouri River from the Fort Peck Dam in north-central Montana, the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is approximately 1,100,000 acres in size and includes the 245,000-acre Fort Peck Reservoir. Given the size and remoteness of the Refuge, the area has changed very little from the historic voyage of the Lewis and Clark expedition, through the era of outlaw...

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Fresno Reservoir National Park

7 Activites Phone: (406)-759-5077 Email: GPWebmaster@usbr.gov Distance: 104.71 miles

The Fresno Dam, Milk River Project, is located on the Milk River 14 west of Havre, Montana. This reservoir, with 5,760 water surface acres, 25,618 land ares and 65 miles of shoreline, offers good fishing opportunity for walleye, northern pike, and perch. Concrete boat ramp, picnic shelters, and swimming beach.Current Reservoir Levels

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Lake Mason National Wildlife Refuge Park

2 Activites Phone: (406)-538-8706 Email: cmr@fws.gov Distance: 125.12 miles

Extending 125 miles up the Missouri River from the Fort Peck Dam in north-central Montana, the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is approximately 1,100,000 acres in size and includes the 245,000-acre Fort Peck Reservoir. Given the size and remoteness of the Refuge, the area has changed very little from the historic voyage of the Lewis and Clark expedition, through the era of outlaw...

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Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge Park

8 Activites Phone: (406)-538-8706 Email: cmr@fws.gov Distance: 131.81 miles

Extending 125 miles up the Missouri River from the Fort Peck Dam in north-central Montana, the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is approximately 1,100,000 acres in size and includes the 245,000-acre Fort Peck Reservoir. Given the size and remoteness of the Refuge, the area has changed very little from the historic voyage of the Lewis and Clark expedition, through the era of outlaw...

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Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument Park

7 Activites Phone: (406)-622-4000 Email: MT_Lewistown_FO@blm.gov Distance: 136.36 miles

This National Monument covers about 377,000 acres of BLM-administered public land in central Montana. These lands hold a spectacular array of plant life, wildlife, unique geological features, endless recreational opportunities and significant historical and cultural values. The rugged landscape has retained much of its unspoiled character over the centuries and, as a result, offers outstanding opp...

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Upper Missouri National Wild And Scenic River Park

5 Activites Phone: (406)-538-1900 Email: MT_Lewistown_FO@blm.gov Distance: 151.51 miles

This 149-mile section of the Missouri River is the only major portion that has been preserved in a natural and free-flowing state. It is a remarkable float trip for canoers and rafters, and is suitable for beginners. Along the way, habitats change from rolling grasslands to beautiful white cliffs to rugged badlands. Turkeys are common, and the chances of seeing bighorn sheep are very good, particu...

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Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge Park

7 Activites Phone: (406)-789-2305 Email: medicinelake@fws.gov Distance: 157.60 miles

Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) was established in 1935 to provide breeding habitat for migratory birds and other wildlife. It lies within the highly productive prairie pothole region and has relief typical of the glacial drift prairie -- relatively gentle rolling plains with numerous shallow wetland depressions. Medicine Lake NWR has been recognized by the American Bird Conservancy ...

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Lake Elwell National Park

6 Activites Phone: (406)-759-5077 Email: GPWebmaster@usbr.gov Distance: 158.79 miles

Tiber Dam and its reservoir, Lake Elwell, are on the Marias River in north-central Montana. The dam and reservoir are features of the Lower Marias Unit of the Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Project. The reservoir has 21,300 water surface acres, 21,244 land acres and 181 miles of shoreline. Major game fish include northern pike, walleye, and rainbow trout. Concrete boat ramps, campgrounds, marina, picn...

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Medicine Lake Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 159.35 miles

The Medicine Lake Wilderness now contains a total of 11,366 acres and is managed by the Fish & Wildlife Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Montana. In 1976 the Medicine Lake Wilderness became part of the now over 110 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In ...

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Pompeys Pillar National Monument Park

2 Activites Phone: (406)-896-5013 Email: MT_Billings_FO@blm.gov Distance: 161.05 miles

Pompeys Pillar was designated as a National Monument in January 2001. Prior to its monument status, it was a designated National Historic Landmark in 1965. It was part of the original 1803 Louisiana Purchase. Pompeys Pillar represents the legacy of the early West and its development. At the Pillar, there is evidence of Native Americans, early explorers, fur trappers, the U.S. Cavalry, railr...

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Lewis And Clark National Forest Park

14 Activites Email: hcole@fs.fed.us Distance: 163.22 miles

The Lewis and Clark National Forest provides a wide variety of recreational opportunities for all ages and skill levels. To find a recreational area, please select an activity you are interested in from the left hand column under the Recreation parent. Then, select the mountain range you are interested in visiting. Under each mountain range a listing of activities you are interested in will appear...

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Anita Reservoir National Park

4 Activites Phone: (406)-247-7298 Distance: 164.82 miles

Anita Dam and Reservoir, features of the Huntley Project, are located 6 miles southeast of Ballantine, Montana near Billings. This offstream storage dam was completed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1937. Water is released from Anita Reservoir into the Reservoir Canal which flows across Fly Creek to the vicinity of Pompeys Pillar . As the first representative of the United States in the ...

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Benton Lake Wetland Management District National Park

4 Activites Phone: (406)-727-7400 Email: bentonlake@fws.gov Distance: 167.10 miles

Benton Lake Wetland Management District (WMD) covers the largest geographical area of any District in the United States. District staff actively manage waterfowl production areas (WPA) and administer an active conservation easement program. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) Partners for Fish and Wildlife program is very active in the District on projects to restore wetlands and improve ...

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Benton Lake National Wildlife Refuge Park

4 Activites Phone: (406)-727-7400 Email: bentonlake@fws.gov Distance: 167.11 miles

Covering 12,383 acres (19 square miles), Benton Lake National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is located on the western edge of the northern Great Plains, 50 miles east of the Rocky Mountains and 12 miles north of Great Falls, Montana. Despite its name, Benton Lake is actually a 5,000 acre shallow wetland created by glaciers thousands of years ago. The gently rolling terrain of the Refuge is dominated b...

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Kings Hill Scenic Byway National Park

Phone: (406)-547-3361 Distance: 169.72 miles

Passing through the Lewis and Clark National Forest and Little Belt Mountains, the Kings Hill Scenic Byway allows travelers to leisurely savor the rugged beauty and invigorating fresh air that are part of the Montana experience. Stretching 71 miles along Highway 89, the Byway winds its way through pristine mountain lakes and streams and is home to an abundant variety of wildlife. The gravel ...

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Halfbreed Lake National Wildlife Refuge Park

Phone: (406)-538-8706 Email: cmr@fws.gov Distance: 174.51 miles

Extending 125 miles up the Missouri River from the Fort Peck Dam in north-central Montana, the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is approximately 1,100,000 acres in size and includes the 245,000-acre Fort Peck Reservoir. Given the size and remoteness of the Refuge, the area has changed very little from the historic voyage of the Lewis and Clark expedition, through the era of outlaw...

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Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site

Rank: 343 3 Activites Email: loren_yellow_bird@nps.gov Distance: 175.05 miles

Between 1828 and 1867, Fort Union was the most important fur trade post on the Upper Missouri River. Here, the Assiniboine and six other Northern Plains Indian Tribes exchanged buffalo robes and smaller furs for goods from around the world, including cloth, guns, blankets, and beads. A bastion of peaceful coexistence, the post annually traded over 25,000 buffalo robes and $100,000 in merchandise.

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