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Great Falls, Montana
Activities

Boating

Missouri River Marine. 4250 Lower River Road, Great Falls, MT 59405. Phone: 406-761-1857; Fax: 406-761-1936. E-mail

Festivals & Events

Annual Luminaria Walk. River's Edge Trail. Recreational Trails, Inc. PO Box 553, Great Falls, MT 59403-0553. Phone: 406-788-3313.

Fishing

Central Montana Outfitters. 1416 5th Avenue S, Great Falls, MT 59405. Phone: 406-866-0380; Cell: 406-781-9061. E-mail

Falls Outfitters. 1704 16th Avenue South, Great Falls, MT 59405. Phone: 406-727-2087; Toll-free: 1-866-1951; Cell: 406-868-1951. E-mail

Roberts Bait & Tackle. 21 Eaton Avenue, Great Falls, MT 59405. Phone: 406-453-1472.

Wolverton's Fly Shop. 210 5th Street South, Great Falls, MT 59405. Phone: 406-454-0254.

Golf

Eagle Falls Golf Club. 1025 25th Street North, Great Falls, MT 59401. Phone: 406-761-1078.

Emerald Green Golf Club. 1100 American Avenue, Great Falls, MT 59404. Phone: 406-453-4844.

Meadow Lark Country Club. 300 Country Club Boulevard, Great Falls, MT 59404. Phone: 406-453-6531.

Zahara Valley Golf Club. 240 Sunflower Lane, Great Falls, MT 59404. Phone: 406-453-4471.

Guides & Outfitters

Montana River Outfitters. 923 10th Ave North, Great Falls, MT 59401. Phone: 406-761-1677; Toll-free: 1-800-800-8218.

Outdoor Recreation

First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park. 342 Ulm -Vaughn Road, Ulm, MT 59485. Phone: 406-866-2217. GPS: 47.479; -111.525.

One thousand years before Lewis and Clark passed through this area, this archaeological site was possibly the largest bison cliff jump in North America. Presently, the top of the jump provides panoramic views of the Rocky Mountain Front, the Missouri River valley and the buttes and grasslands. Recreation in this day-use park includes bird hunting, bow hunting, hiking, horseback riding, bird watching and wildlife viewing.

Giant Springs State Park. 4803 Giant Springs Road, Great Falls, MT 59405. Phone: 406-454-5858. GPS: 47.534; -111.227.

In 1805 Giant Springs was founded by the Lewis and Clark Expedition. This is one of the largest springs in the United States. The Roe River (once listed as the world's shortest river in the Guinness Book of World Records( ha a constant temperature of 54 degrees. There is a wide array of activities including hiking the Rivers Edge Trail, viewing the scenic Rainbow Falls overlook, enjoying the Missouri River, bird watching and wildlife viewing.

Sluice Boxes State Park. 38 Evans Riceville Road, Belt, MT 59412. Phone: 406-454-5840. GPS: 47.212; -110.935.

The rigged landscape of soaring cliffs and steep and high ledges make up Sluice Boxes. Rich history including mining and railroad can be found here. A very primitive trail offers access to fishing floating and wildlife viewing. Be sure to be properly prepared while visiting this park.

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