Council Grove State Park

4.538 Votes
  • Address: 11249 Mullan Rd, Missoula, MT 59808, USA, 59808, United States
  • Phone: +1-4065425500
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot, Landmarks, Parks

The Council Grove State Park is a Montana state park in the United States and is of 187 acres and sits at an elevation of 3,198 feet (975 m). By visiting this park, you would be able to experience the nature and its solitude and reflect on the history of the park. This park consists of grassy fields by the park picnic area, large, old-growth ponderosa pines and cottonwoods along the Clark Fork. The park also offers opportunities for hiking, fishing, bird watching, wildlife viewing, photography and much more.

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  • Council Grove State Park Address: 11249 Mullan Rd, Missoula, MT 59808, USA, 59808, United States
  • Council Grove State Park Contact Number: +1-4065425500
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Council Grove State Park Reviews & Ratings

  • My wife and threw our grill in the bed if the truck and grabbed the dogs to go enjoy this day use park today. It is a nice park. There is a vault toilet on site, but the water is shut off. The problem with this park is the people who visit it. Our dogs were the only dogs on a leash today, there are 3 signs in the park that state dogs must be on leash. I counted 27 off leash dogs today. As for grilling - useless to even attempt it since everyone speeds through the park fast enough to create a huge dust cloud (not one other vehicle that came into or out of the park was doing the posted 10MPH limit). We are not from around here, but the blatant violation of the posted park rules and the lack of respect for other park users is the reason we will not go back to this little free day use state park.

  • Love walking my dog there, hopefully people will take notice to keep their dogs on a leash.

  • Nice little stopping place to let your dogs or your kids run away. Good place for picnics and privacy

  • Very beautiful, nice trails to the river. And a nice beach area as well

  • Love this place, but watch out for ground bee's.

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