Montana National Parks are some of the most gorgeous national parks in the country. With over a million people residing in the state, you may think these national parks aren’t crowded.
Add in the other national park designations in the state, and Montana starts to feel a bit crowded. Maybe you shouldn’t even visit this year.
In Montana, there are eight national park units, including two national parks and six national park service designations.
With Glacier’s famous Going-to-the-Sun Road and Yellowstone’s Old Faithful, these parks have made it to almost everyone’s bucket list of must-see places.
One of the most popular national parks in Montana. The government established it in 1910, famous for over 700 miles of hiking trails and breathtaking scenery.
Yellowstone is well-known for its many geysers, especially Old Faithful. But Lamar Valley is another place you shouldn’t miss when touring this Montana national park.