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Parks & nature in Flathead County

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“Sacajawea park is a great location for an afternoon picnic. Although there is no playground for kids, there is a tree-filled grass hill next to the lake that is perfect for an afternoon relaxing. ”
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“The Owen Sowerwine Natural Area encompasses 442 acres of land, wetland and water in the braided section of the Flathead and Stillwater rivers. Joggers and runners will love this natural trail along the river. A nearby entrance will take you into the walk-in-only gate. ”
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“Watch boaters pass by or jump in the water for a swim. This location is a favorite for locals and visitors alike. Camping, picnicking or just lounging, beautiful shore front relaxation.”
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Rv Park
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“Incredible hike to Finger Lakes. Dog friendly. Most of the driving miles (all but four or five) are on Hwy 93 so an easy drive. Gorgeous hike with small views of rain forest mossy scenery. Fishing”
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“This place seems like its on top of the world! The awesome fact is its covered by deep snow for 75% of the year. The few summer months are all you get to explore the Ten Lakes area and its so worth it! Hiking and camping and day use of the pristine lakes there make it worth the trip up the Mountain!”
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“Riverside Park is a great location for families with small children. There is a playground, dock, and steps directly into the lake. Close to the Cove Deli and other restaurants, it is a great location to spend an afternoon. ”
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“Rent a boat or find a guide online to take you hiking to try to spy the 3 wild horses or the big horn sheep!”
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