You can call it a secret, but it’s really a hidden gem. Montana has a whopping 55 state parks, and not all of them can be well-known. There are still a few hidden gems that attract fewer crowds. Only In Your State details one of Montana’s ‘secret parks,’ Clark’s Lookout State Park. The eight-acre park is located a mile north of Dillon, Montana:
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The park has hiking trails, picnic areas, cultural and heritage information, and some of the best views in the area. And while there’s no camping allowed here, you’re welcome to spend the entire day enjoying it. In 1805, the Lewis and Clark Expedition made its way here (hence the name).
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