Makoshika State Park is located in Glendive MT, and is Montana’s largest State Park. We stayed there for one night on our way from North Dakota to Glacier National Park, and although it was freezing, I wish we could have stayed longer to enjoy the beauty of this park.
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The name Makoshika is Lakota for “bad land” and describes the interesting formations in the park. This park is known for the fossils so be sure to visit the interpretive center, which includes Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus Rex fossils. Over 10 species of dinosaur remains have been found in the park.
There are 28 camp sites in the park and vault toilets in the camp ground. We stayed in the Cains Campground which had beautiful views from every site and also a tipi that can be reserved to camp in. There are no showers or electric sites.