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Bicycle Campsites and Improvements Planned for Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park
(Whitehall, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) plans to move forward with a proposed group bicycle campsite and improvement project at Lewis & Clark Cavern State Park near Whitehall, MT. The project will construct a group bicycle campsite with four raised tent sites, two bicycle racks, water and electrical access, fire ring, and a 10’x12’ shelter. The new group bicycle campsite will address the increasing demand to accommodate touring bicyclists and support bicycle tourism in Montana. In addition to the group bicycle campsite, the project includes installation of a shade shelter for visitors waiting for cave tours and renovation of the concession building. The improvements will help address the demands of increased park visitation and enhance the overall visit experience. A 30-day public comment period was open from August 9, 2019 through September 13, 2019. A total of 16 comments were received; all in support of the project.
(Recent Public Notices - 09/19/2019)

Campground Expansion Planned for Ackley Lake State Park
(Lewistown, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) is moving forward with the installation of eight new campsites to the existing campground at Ackley Lake State Park. The project will also include the installation of fire rings and picnic tables for each site. The additional sites will provide increased opportunity for overnight camping at the park. During the peak season, the campground frequently exceeds capacity forcing visitors into overflow camping without fire rings or picnic tables. The project is a collaboration between Montana State Parks and the Ackley Lake Club friends group to enhance amenities at the Park. The addition of 8 new campsites will increase visitor satisfaction as well as revenue potential for the park. The project was open for a 30-day public comment period from July 19, 2019 through August 19, 2019. Two comments were received from the public; both in favor.
(Recent Public Notices - 09/19/2019)



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