Clark's Lookout State Park
|Clark's Lookout State Park|
|Montana State Park|
|Elevation||4,337 ft (1,322 m) |
|Area||8 acres (3 ha)|
|Management||Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks|
Clark's Lookout State Park is a Montana state park located one mile north of the community of Dillon. The 8-acre (3.2 ha) park encompasses the hill that overlooks the Beaverhead River that William Clark climbed on August 13, 1805 during the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The park offers picnicking and a chance to make the same climb that Clark made.
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