Giant Springs State Park

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the National Trails System four special dogs, the Lewis and Clark Pups, will travel in the paws of their ancestor Seaman, dog of Meriwether Lewis. The pups will travel more than 3,700 miles to complete their mission to commemorate and protect the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. As they make their stops they will be reporting back in on their adventures. Follow Rocky, Harper, Dakota, and Keelie on their adventures at the Newfie News Blog.
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Harper at Crooked Falls
Hi everyone! Today, I visited Giant Springs State Park which encompasses all of the falls that the Corp of Discovery portaged in 1805.
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Harper at Rainbow Falls
Only four of the five Falls are visible today -- Colter Falls, the shortest of the falls, is now covered by Rainbow Reservoir.
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Harper at the Great Falls
On my trips to the various falls, which now have dams above them, I learned, not only the Lewis and Clark history but also the local history of the Electric City of Great Falls, MT.
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Harper at Giant Springs
I also got to visit the "largest fountain or Spring" Captain Clark had ever seen. It is now known as Giant Springs, and is one of the largest freshwater springs in the country.
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Harper at Black Eagle Falls
Giant Springs State Park is one site along the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail.

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Last updated: May 18, 2018