Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park

After leaving Glacier, we stopped for a couple of nights in Whitehall, Montana at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park.  This was so nice because we really missed staying at state parks.  While we were visiting Grand Tetons, Yellowstone and Glacier our only options were crowded RV parks.  Pulling into our site at this state park was a welcome change.  Look at all that space!


Lots of room for Chris and the boys to play.


And Fat Cat loved it too!


We did the cavern tour while we were there which was really cool.  This is the entrance to the cavern.


Inside the cavern is a small slide that everyone on the tour has to go down to get to the next section of the cave.  It was a lot of fun and the highlight of the tour for the kids.  Sorry the picture is blurry.  It’s hard to get a good picture of kids in motion in the dark!


A few cave pictures.



I liked the room all lit up in purple!




This was a beautiful place to spend a couple of days after all the fun we had at Glacier.


After this we moved on to Cody, Wyoming and visited the east side of Yellowstone from there, but I already wrote about that as part of my posts about Yellowstone.  You can read about that here: Yellowstone: Fishing Bridge and Cody, WY.

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2 thoughts on “Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park

  1. Ooh, I like the purple uplighting, too! So pretty with all of the formations. I bet the boys loved that slide…my youngest just saw your pic and said he wanted to try that, too! PS: love your Glacier tee. 😀 I got a similar one in purple with lower case ‘glacier’ and state silhouette.

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