- TripBuzz found 6 things to do with kids in or near Three Forks, Montana, including 3 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Belgrade and Big Sky.
- From Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park to Madison Buffalo Jump State Park, the Three Forks area offers 41 different types of family activities, including: Caverns & Caves, Historic Ships, Scenic Walks and Fishing.
- Three Forks, Montana offers miles and miles of untouched natural beauty. Vibrant flower fields and local wildlife sightings are just part of what makes this destination charming. Visitors can also enjoy attending the local annual fair, fishing and golf or visiting one of the cities many historic museums, shops or galleries.
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19 miles west of Three Forks on Montana 2, Three Forks, MT 59752 MoreLess Info
With the caverns modernized in order to welcome the visitors, the Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park covers 3,015 acres. The cavern system features one of the biggest limestone known caverns in the northwest America.
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6990 Buffalo Jump Road, Three Forks, MT MoreLess Info
While there are plenty of things to do, such as hiking, bird-watching and picnicking, the main point of interest at the Madison Buffalo Jump State Park is the cliff used by Native Americans to hurtle large herds of bison, for almost 2,000 years. Bones can be seen at the bottom.
The 532-acre Missouri Headwaters State Park is popular for river floating and fishing in the Jefferson, Madison and Gallatin Rivers, hiking, and photography. Visitors can camp in the campground or rent one of seven tipis.
Anglers of all levels can experience a professional fly fishing outing with Montana Troutwranglers Day Tours. With over 300 miles of local waters to choose from, knowledgeable guides take visitors out for a personalized, scenic fly fishing adventure.
Filled with glow-in-the-dark obstacles, Laserdash Laser Tag Stadium offers visitors an indoor arena for competitive laser tag. In addition to laser tag, the center has a huge arcade with Skee-ball and air hockey.
Situated near Yellowstone Park, Madison River Tubing offers tube trips along the Madison River in addition to shuttling to and from the entry and exit spots. They also provide rentals of tubes, floating coolers, and stand up paddle boards.