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Giant Springs Heritage State Park
4600 Giant Springs Road
Great Falls, Montana 59405
Voice: 406-454-5840

Giant Springs Heritage State Park is located on the banks of the Missouri River in Great Falls. The park features one of the largest freshwater springs in the world, pumping out 193 million gallons of water each day. Flowing out of the spring is the Roe River which, at only 53 feet, is recognized as the shortest river in the world. The park also features a fish hatchery where more than a million rainbow trout are raised each year and visitors are welcomed to feed the fish.



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