Council Grove State Park: Enjoy the spring weather by getting out and exploring Missoula's vast and amazing open space system! On this FREE trip we will explore Council Grove State Park. Set in an old growth ponderosa pine forest along the Clark Fork River, Council Grove State Park is the site of the 1855 Hellgate Treaty between the Salish, Kalispel and Kootenai Indians and the U.S. government. This guided tour will provide an overview of that history and explore quiet forest stands and the Clark Fork River. The old growth ponderosa pine stands and cottonwood riparian forests of Council Grove State Park also offer excellent bird habitat and opportunities for birdwatching. All recreation shuttles start and end at the Music Building on Main Campus. Participants must wear masks at all times while in enclosed and partially-enclosed spaces and when six feet of distance can't be maintained outdoors. Participants are encouraged to prepare for adverse weather conditions and potentially muddy or icy trails. Please reach out if any special accommodations are needed. Location Shuttle starts and ends at the Music Building on Mountain Campus
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