Missouri Headwaters

The Madison, Jefferson, and Gallatin rivers come together to form the Missouri at the Missouri Headwaters State Park. Lewis and Clark camped here and the area was an important trading point for trappers, Native Americans and early settlers. The park features camping sites, trails, and beautiful historic scenery. 

Three Forks, Jefferson River, Missouri Headwaters
Dehmer, Kurt
Close-to-home overnight.
Mike England
Paddling and peddling are a great combination—not only can you and your friends drive to and from the river in a single vehicle, but you’ll get some exercise to counterbalance all that beer-drinking on the water. Read more >>
Stoops, Kira
It's tough being a Bozemanite sometimes. Which coffee shop am I gonna frequent? Which one of these Suby Outbacks is mine? Grab a jacket, a Nalgene, those never-ending out-of-town guests, and get back into the boonies for a day, on one tank or less. Read more >>
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