Settled next to Milk River, this town’s future potential is as exciting as its colorful past. In 1805, Lewis and Clark naming the Milk River because the colour was like a cup of tea with a spoonful of milk in it. The waters that flow along this river wind their way to the might Missouri River and into the Gulf of Mexico.
The Milk River has long been a favorite for canoe enthusiasts from around the world. All visitor services are available including a nine-hole golf course, accommodations, restaurants, and service stations.
Riverside Community Golf Club; Milk River Raft Tours; Gold Springs Park; 8 Flags Campground
This park is a sacred landscape that has special spiritual significance for the Blackfoot ...
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