Southeast Montana boasts impressive landscapes that have been shaped and carved for hundereds of years. Memories created here will certainly last just as long no matter which of the parks below you choose to add to your Montana Vacation. Makoshika, the largest of Montana's 56 state parks at 11,538 acres, looks forward to welcoming you as one of its on average 60,000 visitors this year who come to look at the dinosaur fossils and to take in a unique scene of rock formations. In addition to the pine and juniper studded badlands formations, the park also houses the fossil remains of such dinosaurs as tyrannosaurus and triceratops. Medicine Rocks is a deeply spiritual place that posses a long history with American Indian hunting parties. Hiking or biking would be a fantastic choice of activities to do here, as well as checking out some local tours and communities. Each state park you find here will be unique, so we encourage you to look at all the options below.