Lake Elmo State Park

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Lake Elmo State Park

Montana

(406) 247-2955

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Overview

This urban day-use park is a great place to swim, sailboard, fish, picnic, birdwatch, or take a stroll. Plan to stretch your legs on a walk around the lake or stop by the FWP Region 5 headquarters on the south shore to fish from Roger's Pier or tour the interpretive center (weekdays from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm). Non-motorized boating only is allowed. There are two reservable group use shelters for social events and a playground. A special feature of Lake Elmo is its Dog Park. The 200-square-foot fenced-in water-adjacent area is located on the west side of the lake. Each visitor is allowed a maximum of two dogs in the park. Dogs must have up-to-date vaccinations, current licenses, respond to voice commands, and be in visual control. Dogs must be four months or older. Dogs in heat may not enter the park. Remember that dogs must be on a leash in all other areas of Lake Elmo State Park. Enjoy this wonderful oasis in the city with your canine friend and be sure to clean up your pet's waste.

Map of Lake Elmo (MT)

Latitude, Longitude: 45.839000, -108.477000

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Activities

  • Boating

    Non-motorized boating only is allowed on Lake Elmo.

  • Bicycling

    Explore the park by bike on designated trails.

  • Fishing

    Fishing is permitted on the south shore from Roger's Pier.

  • Hiking

    Plan to stretch your legs on a walk around the lake.

  • Picnicking

    There are two reservable group use shelters for social events, with grills and tables.

  • Water Sports

    Lake Elmo is a great place to swim, sailboard, or use non-motorized boats.

Directions

Driving

In Billings, Main Street (U.S. 87) north to Pemberton Lane, then half a mile west.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(406) 247-2955

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