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    Grant-Kohrs Ranch

    National Historic Site Montana

Permits

Special Use Permits

A special-use permit is required for activities that provide a benefit to an individual, group, or organization, rather than the public at large, and that require some degree of management from the National Park Service in order to protect park resources and the public interest.



Special-use permits are required for events such as: weddings, ceremonies, First Amendment activities, festivals, concerts, cultural programs, sporting events, and public spectator attractions. You may download an Application for Special Use Permit.



Location Fees for Filming and Photography



For questions about special use permits contact the Chief of Interpretation at 406-846-2070 x. 226





Research Permits


To apply for a scientific research and collecting permit on the National Park Service’s "Research Permit and Reporting System" website, go to http://science.nature.nps.gov/research. The RPRS website has information on the necessary procedures and requirements.

Did You Know?

Cowboys on horseback on the open range.

Cowboys came from many cultures. Some were Americans from the east, and others were immigrants from European countries. More than one quarter of all cowboys were African American.