Madison Buffalo Jump

The Madison Buffalo Jump State Park, located Southeast of Three Forks, was used by Native Americans for harvesting bison. The Buffalo Jump has trails leading to the top of the bluff and is a popular place for short hikes. The entire lower Madison Valley can be viewed from atop the Buffalo Jump. 

Located near Three Forks, Montana, this 638-acre park features spectacular views over the Madison River Valley.  Read more >>
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