Lake Elmo State Park

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Lake Elmo State Park
BIllings, Montana Lake Elmo.JPG
Lake Elmo in Billings, Montana
Lake Elmo State Park is located in Montana
Lake Elmo State Park
Location Billings, Montana
Coordinates 45°50′20″N 108°28′37″W / 45.839°N 108.477°W / 45.839; -108.477Coordinates: 45°50′20″N 108°28′37″W / 45.839°N 108.477°W / 45.839; -108.477[1]
Area 123 acres (50 ha)
Operated by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks
Visitors 153,000 (2012)
Open Year-round

Lake Elmo State Park is a Montana state park located in Billings, Montana. Lake Elmo is Montana's most popular state park, drawing 153,000 visitors from May through August 2012.[2] The park occupies 123 acres (50 ha) and is at an elevation of 3,199 feet (975 m).[1] Non-motorized boating is allowed on the lake. The park has three beach-front areas, a fishing pier, grassed multi-use areas, two group-use shelters for social events and a playground. Another feature of Lake Elmo is its Dog Park. The fenced-in area is located on the west side of the lake.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c "Lake Elmo State Park". Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. Retrieved 19 September 2012. 
  2. ^ Thackeray, Lorna (September 25, 2012). "Lake Elmo is Montana's busiest state park". Billings Gazette. Retrieved October 16, 2012. 

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