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Clark's Lookout State Park

25 Clark's Lookout Road

Clark's Lookout State Park is located above the Beaverhead River and is a place that provided the Lewis and Clark Expedition with a view of the route ahead. On August 13, 1805, Captain William Clark climbed this hill overlooking the Beaverhead Riverto get a sense of his surroundings and document the location.


Dakota Miller

Sunday, June 3, 2018
Neat little place to stop by is pet friendly and no fee to get in. There's a few signs about the history there and a huge stone compass at the top of the hill. People let there dogs run free there from what I can tell. No shade. Can over look the town from there. Climb to the top is a little steep but not far. Wouldn't really call it a state park either

Nicholas Hullibarger

Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Picturesque views. #alotaboutabus


Friday, Jan. 12, 2018
Looks pretty neat, but the vagabond camped out in the bathroom had my sister creeped out.

Marc A C

Saturday, July 7, 2018
Montana is beautiful

Dean Phillips

Wednesday, March 15, 2017
I nice short hike up to the gives a great view. Interpretive signs and pit toilets.

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