Wayfarers State Park enjoys a unique location, close to the town of Bigfork in the state of Montana It spreads on 67 acres and has 2,923 feet in elevation. It's the perfect place for picnics and campings. Wildflowers bring the park to life from spring until late in the fall.
There are many entertaining activities you can try while you're at Wayfarers State Park. If you love water sports, you can try fishing, boating or swimming. You can also take kayaking lessons, go canoeing or try water skiing for some adrenaline rush. If you prefer staying on land, you should try one of the hiking trails; the ideal activity to recharge your batteries.
You can bring your pet with you if you want to make it even more fun. Fido will love to sniff and mark his way on the trails. Although this is a pet-friendly park, there are some rules you have to obey. Your dog needs to wear a leash at all times unless there's signage that indicates otherwise. Fido is not allowed on swimming beaches or in any other areas of the park that have restricted dog access.
Most importantly, as an owner, it is your job to clean up after your dog. Furthermore, make sure your dog is well behaved, especially during quiet hours. Wayfarers State Park also features picnic shelters, grills, toilets, RV dump stations, lockers, firewood for sale, bear-resistant storage, parking on site, public restrooms and running water.
If you're looking for a quiet and clean place to spend a few days relaxing with your pet, this park should be on your list. Wayfarers State Park is open all year long and welcomes visitors, regardless of their activity preferences. Discover the beauty of nature and fill your lungs with fresh air. Take Fido on an unforgettable outdoor experience!