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Giant Springs State Park gets in on the Celebration

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Montana State Parks are celebrating 75 years of operation in the treasure state and Giant Springs Park is also getting in on the celebration. Montana has 56 state parks total and in our own local state park, Giant Springs, Park Managers will be holding a junior ranger camp for the kids in our community. Montana State Parks has also added a special addition to your park going experience with a brand new guide book.

"All year, 75th anniversary. There is special events everywhere, got to state parks web site to learn more about the special events and really big just came out is our guide book. We have a montana state parks guide book that is amazing," says State Parks Manager, Jason Pignanelli.

In fact statistics show that in 2013, there were two point one million visitors to Montana's State Parks, which according to the state parks manager is the most visitors montana parks have had in years.


 

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