State Parks near Billings, MT

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Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, MT

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Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area in Montana was established in 1966 when the construction of the Yellowtail Dam was completed. Both the park and the reservoir straddle the Montana-Wyoming state borders, though a majority of it is in Montana. A particular trail found within the park, the Bad Pass Trail, is thought to have been used by Native American tribes for thousands of years. Even today, it holds a sacred cultural significance to the local tribes. As a result, no one is allowed to travel or hike on it. Within the park’s boundaries are four historic (and now-defunct) ranches. One, found on the fringes of a ghost town, Hillsboro, MT, was once visited by President Roosevelt. In spite of this …

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, WY

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The Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is located in far, north-central Wyoming, only about 25 miles from the state border with Montana. The small community of Lovell, WY, is the closest populated area to the park, while the nearest town of substance is Cody, WY, located 50 miles to the southwest. The nearest true city is Billings, MT, found almost 100 miles to the north.

The canyon actually spans the state border between Wyoming and Montana. This part of the country is very rural, but there are so many opportunities to enjoy recreational activities. From hiking, ATV trails, and water sports in the summer to snowmobiling and other snow sports in the winter. You can find things …

Buffalo Bill State Park, WY

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This park is located near the northwestern corner of the large state of Wyoming. The nearest town is Cody, found around 10 miles to the west. This state is one of the most rural in the country, so towns are few and far between. The nearest true city is Billings, MT, located more than 100 miles to the north, while the state's capital, Cheyenne, is found over 400 miles to the southeast.

This park sits in a relatively dry region, sometimes known as a high desert. Due to this, visitors should expect very few trees or little shade to protect them from the sun's heat in the summer. The area is also known to frequently be windy. …

Custer National Forest, MT

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In 1907 the US Forest Department became concerned about the risks of overgrazing and mining Montana and purchased a huge swath of land. This area was originally called Otter National Forest. However, sometimes in 1908, the romanticized stories about the Battle of the Little Bighorn and Custer’s Last Stand approached a fever pitch, and the Forest Department caved to the pressure and changed it to Custer National Forest. The Forest Department steadily added large land purchases over the subsequent decades. Today, Custer National Forest sprawls across a large chunk of eastern Montana, spilling over into South Dakota.

The closest large town depends on which part of Custer National Forest one is visiting. Bozeman, MT, is a growing ski town that …

Gallatin National Forest, MT

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Gallatin National Forest is situated in the southwest portion of the very large state of Montana. It is bordered by the larger town of Bozeman on the north and runs to the state border of Idaho to the south. On its south end, the forest also meets up with the northern border of Yellowstone National Park, which is in northwest Wyoming. The popular skiing town of Big Sky, MT, is located within the forest borders as well.

There is so much to do in this part of the country when you are on an outdoor adventure. Recreational opportunities are available year-round, from camping, hiking, and scenic drives during the summer to winter sports and ski resorts that are available …

Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, MT

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Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument is a memorial to famed U.S. General George Armstrong Custer, located on the site where he fought and lost his final battle. The monument, however, is not just for Custer but is a symbol of how two cultures clashed, the results of that conflict on both sides, and the effect the conflict had on an emerging American nation. The memorial is a combination of exhibits and artifacts; the story of the battle is told through the photographic images and other items. The monument is open year-round but closed on certain holidays. Book an RV rental near Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, and you'll have complete access to the area and a chance to experience it …