Missoula, Kalispell, and Northwest Montana Sights


Council Grove State Park

Council Grove State Park Review

History buffs appreciate this park's significance as the place where Isaac Stevens and the Pend d'Oreille and Flathead Kootenai Indians signed the Hell Gate Treaty in 1855 to establish the Flathead Indian Reservation. The park occupies 187 primitive acres; it has interpretive signs, a picnic area, fishing access, and a hiking trail. To get here, travel west from downtown on Interstate 90, exit at Reserve Street, then drive 2 miles south on Reserve and 10 miles west on Mullan Road.

Updated: 04-29-2014

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