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See. Do. Explore. The possibilities at Giant Springs State Park are limitless- there is so much to see & do with over 4600 acres of front & backcountry & 20 miles of trail. Most people come for the beautiful springs (first described by Lewis and...more
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Longtime friends drove my spouse and me to see this area while on a visit with them. They told us that this state park along the Roe River includes one of the largest springs, and one of the shortest rivers in the world--the river recognized...More
A short drive from downtown Great Falls on the Missouri River, the park is a delightful oasis. The fish hatchery has a big pond of trout that will catch the interest of children and adults. The trail along the river in the park and the...More
An easy walk from the parking lot to the springs for anyone and a beautiful gushing springs that flows from underground sources into the Missouri River a clear, pure water that mixes with the muddy waters of the Missouri in a visible manner. Truly a...More
I’ve been here many times and it never disappoints. Beautiful area that has connecting rivers edge trails. The springs are so green and pure. Great for all ages. The fish hatchery is really cool and you can see many sizes of the fish as they...More
I take the time to visit this beautiful place every chance I get. The Missiouri river and natural water features are restful and inviergrating at the same time. I have photographed weddings and families here as well as found my own center here.
we needed a walk about and this was a place to do that, Quite a few trails to explore. he walk was pleasant and interesting to see the two rivers that meet here. The park was clean and well kept. There is a hatchery near...More