Makoshika State Park

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Makoshika State Park, located in eastern Montana, spans over 11,000 acres and is renowned for its captivating badlands terrain, diverse wildlife, and rich paleontological resources. The park's name, derived from Lakota Sioux, translates to "bad land," reflecting the rugged beauty of its eroded sedimentary rock formations. Visitors can explore a network of hiking trails offering panoramic views, encountering wildlife such as mule deer and pronghorn antelope. The park's visitor center features exhibits on its paleontological history, showcasing fossils and detailing the prehistoric creatures that once roamed the area. (Submitted by Travis Flasch)