Council Grove State Park
11249 Mullan Rd
Missoula, MT 59808
About Council Grove State Park
Here the Indians gave up their ancestral hunting grounds in exchange for a reserve and a mission in the valley and the Hellgate Treaty. The park marks the site of the first US Indian reservation, Pending Creek, and is characterized by a number of historic buildings, such as the Old Town Hall, a church, and an old - growing forest.
The golf course and museum are located near Missoula and cover 186.9 hectares, making it one of the largest golf courses in the state, located at an altitude of 3,198 feet. During the day, only this site offers vaulted cabins and hiking trails, as well as a picnic area, but at night it is open to the public for camping and fishing.
Council Grove State Park is located south of Missoula, Montana, about an hour's drive north of the city. Vehicles of all sizes are limited to cars, but vehicles of all sizes can park in the park as long as they are not too large.