First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park

Local nameFirst Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park
LocationMontana, United States

First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park is a Montana state park and National Historic Landmark in Cascade County, Montana in the United States. The park is 1,481 acres and sits at an elevation of 3,773 feet.

It is located about 3.5 miles northwest of the small town of Ulm, which is near the city of Great Falls. First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park contains the Ulm Pishkun, a historic buffalo jump utilized by the Native American tribes of North America.

It has been described as, geographically speaking, either North America's largest buffalo jump or the world's largest. There is some evidence that it was the most utilized buffalo jump in the world.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Peoples_Buffalo_Jump_State_Park

Official Website http://stateparks.mt.gov/parks/visit/firstPeoplesBuffaloJump/

Email jmccoy@mt.gov

Phone +1 406 866 2217

Address 59483, United States

Coordinates 47°29'22.845" N -111°31'44.903" E

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