Lost Creek State Park

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Lost Creek State Park
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Limestone cliffs at Lost Creek State Park
Location Deer Lodge County, Montana
Coordinates 46°12′14″N 112°59′43″W / 46.20389°N 112.99528°W / 46.20389; -112.99528 (Lost Creek State Park)Coordinates: 46°12′14″N 112°59′43″W / 46.20389°N 112.99528°W / 46.20389; -112.99528 (Lost Creek State Park)[1]
Area 502 acres (203 ha)
Operated by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

Lost Creek State Park, located near Anaconda, Montana, is a state park 502 acres (203 ha) in size and features towering limestone cliffs and multi-colored rock formations rising 1,200 feet (370 m) above the canyon floor.[2] The park is located at an elevation of 6,424 feet (1,958 m)[1] and features a short walking trail to Lost Creek Falls, which plunge 50 feet (15 m). Mountain goats and bighorn sheep are commonly seen at the park. The park is open May 1 - November 30. The park offers camping, fishing, picnicking, bicycling, hiking and wildlife viewing.

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Limestone cliffs at Lost Creek State Park, Montana
Another view of cliffs in Lost Creek State Park


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Lost Creek State Park". Geographic Names Information System, U.S. Geological Survey. 
  2. ^ "Lost Creek State Park". Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. Retrieved 2012-09-19. 

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