Spring Meadow Lake State Park

Quick Facts

Spring Meadow Lake State Park

Montana

(406) 495-3270

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Things To Do

Overview

This urban, day-use-only park minutes from Helena fed by natural springs, is a popular spot for family afternoons of swimming, sunbathing, scuba diving, fishing, birdwatching, and pure play. When you tire of the beach, walk the park's easy nature trail that circles the lake, home to a wide variety of birds and other wildlife. In winter, you can still stroll along the trail and, if it's cold enough, ice-skate on the lake. Spring Meadow Lake State Park encompassing 61.1 acres includes an eight-tenths of a mile, self guided nature trail that circles the lake. The park is home to a variety of birds, turtles and other wildlife and has had trout, bass and sunfish introduced to its waters. There is a fishing ramp for mobility impaired anglers. In winter, you can still stroll along the trail and, if it's cold enough, ice-skate on the lake. Special events are held periodically during the year to promote the park's natural assets.

Map of Spring Meadow Lake (MT)

Latitude, Longitude: 46.611000, -112.076000

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Activities

  • Boating

    Non-motorized boat only are permitted, and provide a great way to experience Spring Meadow Lake.

  • Fishing

    The park is home to a variety of birds, turtles and other wildlife and has had trout, bass and sunfish introduced to its waters. There is a fishing ramp for mobility impaired anglers.

  • Hiking

    When you tire of the beach, walk the park's easy nature trail that circles the lake, home to a wide variety of birds and other wildlife. Spring Meadow Lake State Park encompassing 61.1 acres includes an eight-tenths of a mile, self guided nature trail.

  • Picnicking

    A sheltered picnic areas provides a great place for lunch, use the grills and tables to provide a meal for your group.

  • Water Sports

    This urban, day-use-only park minutes from Helena fed by natural springs, is a popular spot for family afternoons of swimming, sunbathing, scuba diving, and fishing,

  • Winter Sports

    In winter, you can still stroll along the trail and, if it's cold enough, ice-skate on the lake.

Directions

Driving

From Helena, Montana 12 west, north on Joslyn to Country Club Avenue.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(406) 495-3270

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