Tower Rock State Park
Named for the 424-foot high rocky protuberance, Tower Rock was once a sacred place to the Piegen Blackfeet tribe. Lewis and Clark gave the giant igneous formation its more anglicized designation. Along Tower Rock Trail (which is about a third of a mile), there are four interpretive panels explaining the natural and cultural history of the area. The park is easy to get to; it's a short distance from the I-15. The trailhead starts at the parking lot, taking you directly to Tower Rock.