Bighorn Canyon offers a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities such as boating, fishing, hiking, magnificent vistas, wildlife watching, camping, and biking. The hardest part may be choosing which option to explore!
Biking - Ride the south district park road to parallel the ancient Bad Pass Trail or in the north district pedal the Ok-A-Beh road for an intense workout!
Boating - Sail across the waters of Bighorn Lake, while you take in awe inspiring views of the massive canyon walls!
Camping - Five campgrounds to choose from in a variety of majestic settings. Drive in or boat in to breathtaking spots!
Fishing - The Bighorn River is a world class fishery. Bighorn Lake offers an opportunity to catch giant walleyes and many other species!
Magnificent Vistas - Check out Devil Canyon overlook's thousand foot drop or the surreal view of the Canyon's start at Yellowtail Dam. So many choices, so much to see!
Wildlife watching - See for yourself the largest herd of wild horses in the United States or experience the thrill of bighorn sheep rams locking horns. Opportunities abound!
Did You Know?
The Crow Reservation was established by the Treaty of 1851. Today the reservation encompasses approximately 2.2 million acres, largest in the state of Montana. This is 2 1/2 times the acreage of the state of Rhode Island. More...