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Beaver Creek Park south of Havre, Montana on MontanaPictures.Net (Page six of six)

      90709 Beaver Creek Park's beginnings are linked to the former Fort Assinniboine military reservation that originally encompassed
      700,000 acres.  The area served as a source for water, timber and hay for the fort.
      Fort Assinniboine was vacated in 1911 and the post was transferred to the U.S. Department of the Interior.
      Today, Beaver Creek Park covers over 10,000 acres, it is said to be the largest county park in the U.S.
      Read the top half of the Beaver Creek Park sign.       Read the bottom half of the Beaver Creek Park sign.
      90709 Click here to see a map of the Beaver Creek Park.
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