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Giant Springs

Giant Springs

null on the Missouri River

Site Facts

  • Open:Jan 1 - Dec 31
  • Size: 733 acres
  • Elevation: 3308 ft

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Set aside a whole afternoon to experience this scenic and historic freshwater springs site. First recorded by the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1805, it is one of the largest freshwater springs in the world, flowing at 156 million gallons of water per day! In this day-use park, you can picnic by the Missouri River, visit the fish hatchery and visitor center, walk along the Rivers Edge Trail, view nearby Rainbow Falls overlook, or visit the neighboring Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center operated by the U.S. Forest Service.

The North Shore Conservation Easement lands provide big, game, upland game bird and waterfowl hunting opportunities. For more information look at the hunting map and regulations.

To learn more about the park, read Gushing Over Giant Springs.

Check out the current weather conditions in Great Falls. This Indian Education For All lesson plan is designed for 11th and 12th graders.

Giant Springs is located on the Missouri River 2108 miles from the mouthWhite Bear is the next access site upstream from Giant Springs.  Widow Coulee is the next site downstream from Giant Springs.  Giant Springs is one of 30 FWP managed sites on the Missouri River. 

Directions

Directions

From Interstate 15, take Central Avenue (Exit 280). Proceed east on Central Avenue and turn left on River Drive immediately after crossing the Missouri River. Continue on River Drive 3.5 miles. Turn left onto Giant Springs Rd. Giant Springs State Park is located approximately 1 mile ahead, on the left.
(Lat 47.53148 , Lng -111.23105 )

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