Lewis & Clark Caverns

The Lewis & Clark Caverns, located along the Jefferson River, has one of the largest known limestone caverns in the Northwest. The caverns can be accessed on guided tours and are a great place to take kids for a day of exploring. 

Lewis & Clark Caverns, Montana State Parks
Albrecht, Patti
The geology of Lewis & Clark Caverns. Read more >>
Lewis & Clark Caverns, Spring Mountain Biking, Montana
Dave Dolph
Biking Lewis & Clark Caverns.  Read more >>
Curry, Graham
Touring Lewis & Clark Caverns this holiday season. Read more >>
England, Mike
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Elpel, Thomas
Looking for a quiet fall float and some great scenery? Try the Jefferson River, starting from the Cardwell Fishing Access Site (FAS), 60 miles west of Bozeman just off of I-90 at exit 256. Read more >>
Frost, Melissa
Although money is tight for many Montana families, there's an abundance of low-cost outdoor recreational activities right outside the front door. From state parks to rivers to fishing access sites, there's something for everyone, so why not hit the road? Read more >>
Pape, Jay
By the time May rolls around, most of us are looking forward to the mountain biking season and miles of twisting and turning single-track bliss. The problem is, area trails usually don’t dry out until mid-June. Solution: check out some new terrain. Read more >>
Dehmer, Kurt
This summer, when the mercury rises and another float down the tepid Lower Madison River sounds anything but refreshing, one might consider loading up the family for a day at Montana’s first state park. Read more >>
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