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Giant Springs State Park

Giant Springs State Park
4803 Giant Springs Rd
406-454-5858

Giant Springs was discovered by the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1805 and is one of the largest freshwater springs in the country. The springs flow at a rate of 156 million gallons of water per day and the water stays at a temperature of 54 degrees. This is also the site of the Roe River, once listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's shortest river.

Come marvel at this day-use park's remarkable features and view the variety of bird life. Take part in our special events, picnic by the Missouri River, visit the fish hatchery and visitor center, walk along the Rivers Edge Trail, view the nearby Rainbow Falls overlook, or visit the neighboring Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center operated by the U.S. Forest Service. Pet owners, please note: starting July 1, 2017, pets must be on a leash throughout Giant Springs State Park.

There is no camping at Giant Springs State Park.

Giant Springs was discovered by the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1805 and is one of the largest freshwater springs in the country. The springs flow at a rate of 156 million gallons of water per day and the water stays at a temperature of 54 degrees. This is also the site of the Roe River, once listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's shortest river.

Almost half a million people visit Giant Springs State Park each year.

Activities

Bicycling
Bird Watching
Children's Activities
Exhibit
Fishing
Hatchery
Heritage
Hiking
History
Lewis And Clark
Nature Tours
Photography
Picnicking
River Overlooks
Wildlife Viewing



Giant Springs State Park is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media

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