Isolated and shaded by cottonwood trees, this Yellowstone River island offers visitors an excellent spot to view waterfowl, bald eagles, fox squirrels, whitetail and mule deer.
Day Use Only
Open year-round, 7 am to 10 pm.
Latitude/Longitude: (46.44181 / -105.82253)
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Pirogue Island State Park
PO Box 1242
1301 Snyder Avenue
Glendive, MT 59330
Visitors find this isolated, cottonwood-covered Yellowstone River island an excellent spot to view wildlife. You can envision the Corps of Discovery’s travel along the river, and hunt for moss agates.
The park is a haven for a wide variety of bird species including passerines, belted king fishers, shore birds, waterfowl, bald eagles, and wildlife such as whitetail and mule deer.
There are 2.8 miles of designated hiking trails. During hot weather, when the side channels aren't flowing, visitors can take a nice refreshing tree-shaded walk down the side channels punctuated with wading the remaining pools of water. Take care when crossing side channels. Crossing is not recommended if water is flowing.
Size: 269 acres. Elevation: 2,371 feet.
- Bird Watching
- Hunting (shotgun or bow)
- Lewis And Clark
- Wildlife Viewing
Some amenities are seasonal. Check with the park for availability.
- Grills/Fire Rings
- Interpretive Display
- Pets Allowed
- Toilets (Vault)
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