3201 Spurgin Road, Missoula Montana 59804
This park marks the site of the 1855 council between Isaac Stevens and the Flathead, Kootenai and Pend d'Oreille Indians, at which the Indians signed the Hellgae Treaty and relinquished their ancestral hunting grounds in exchange for a reservation in the Mission Valley. The park has 87 acres and is designated "primitive," so there are no fees for visiting. Picnic facilities are provided.
To reach the park, take Reserve Street Exit in Missoula, travel 2 miles south on Reserve Street and then 10 miles west on Mullan Road.
Other Montana State Parks nearby:
(Missoula) Council Grove State Park
(Missoula) Frenchtown Pond State Park
(Missoula) Granite Ghost Town State Park
(Missoula) Placid Lake State Park
(Missoula) Salmon Lake State Park
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09/23 Coming to The Missoula area
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Bitterroot Scottish Irish Festival Hamilton MT August24-25 Compete, play, and dance this August at the Marcus Daly Mansion.