Montana State Park Highlight: Tongue River Reservoir
Posted on June 08 2018
You could spend a lifetime exploring the state of Montana and still not see everything it has to offer. Our state is filled with gems all over the place! Tongue River Reservoir State Park is a 12-mile long reservoir. It is located in the South Eastern part of the state in the juniper canyons. The park is located just a few miles North of the Wyoming border, making it a place for Montanans and Wyomingans to come fish, hike and camp.
The reservoir has many places to camp right along it's shores. From a distance the RV's looked as if they were floating on the water! There are 81 campsites that can be reserved ahead of time that have electric hookups (27 of those are double electric hookups). There are over 80 campsites with no electric that are not available for reservation.
The state park offers a place for fish cleaning, two boat ramps and a marina store. The marina store carries everything you may have forgotten for your adventures: supplies for fishing and boating, boat rentals, firewood, snacks, drinks, ice, licenses for both fishing and hunting, groceries, and bait. You can also pick up your non-resident park pass. During the winter the spot is a perfect place to go for ice fishing! You can find all details about the park at stateparks.mt.gov.
One thing that everyone can agree on when they come is the sunsets are amazing!
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