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Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park
Visitor Center at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park
Ready to explore the Treasure State? Make your way to southwestern Montana to the Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park, for a fun underground adventure.
Established in 1911 as a National Monument, the park is home to the spectacular limestone caverns that were discovered as early as 1882.
This wonderful park was declared the first state park for Montana in 1941 and remains the largest caverns in the Northwest area of the country. The park encompasses 2,920 acres of land, located forty-five miles west of Bozeman.
Admire the surrounding mountain views, as you walk up the short paved trail to the entrance of the caverns.
Step inside this magnificent cave to partake in a guided two-mile tour, to see the incredible stalagmites, stalactites, helictites and columns. Above-ground activities include hiking and mountain biking.
Schedule plenty of time after the tour, for strolling through the interpretive exhibits in the visitor center, to learn more about this wonderful park.
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