As one of the premier spots for Lewis and Clark endeavours, an RV rental in Great Falls could make for one of the most intriguing trips through Montana. There are attractions like the Giant Springs State Park, Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, and River’s Edge Trail are all part of the vast history this city carries. Yet, there is also a large amount of outdoor activities and scenery that call Great Falls home.
Right off the bat, you’ll find that Great Falls is not afraid to tell you about their connection to the Lewis and Clark. One of the most popular spots to see in the city is River’s Edge Trail. This trail runs along the banks of the Missouri River for 60 miles and connects the historic downtown district as well as the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center. The trail also leads to the Great Falls of Missouri.
The Great Falls of Missouri can be found at the Giant Springs State Park. The park was first recorded by the Lewis and Clark expedition in 1805 and is now one of the most popular parks to visit in all of Montana. While it may sound confusing, the Giant Springs stretches over 4,500 acres, on both sides of the Missouri River. Therefore, bleeding into Montana.
As mentioned before, the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center is also a famous attraction in Great Falls, Montana. This area is surrounded by the Giant Springs State Park and offers a great amount of historical insight to the exploration of these two monumental figures in American history.There are lots of hands-on learning activities, and there are interpretive trails let tourists walk the exact path that Lewis and Clark took.
Contact us today to book your RV rental and begin your exploration of Great Falls, Montana!