Welcome Montana FFA to Great Falls, Things you need to visit here
Montana FFA State Convention will be held in Great Falls starting on Tuesday March 21st and concluding on Saturday March 25th.
Contests range from Meats Evaluation, Speaking, and Mechanics too many more. Volunteers are needed and can sign up by clicking HERE.
Over 2000 members, advisors and family members are expected to attend. Although there are many things to do at the state convention, I have complied a list of attractions you may want to check out while in town.
Click on the highlighted header of each suggestion to go directly to their website.
Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center
Lewis & Clark Expedition spent more time in Great Falls than almost any other spot on their trip. The Interpretative Center is part museum, past education and a lot of walking through history and imaging what the trip must have been like
First People Buffalo Jump State Park
Just a short drive south of Great Falls it highlights one of the biggest buffalo jumps in Montana. The area was reportedly used by several Native American Tribes to hunt for food and robes.
Charlie Russell Museum
Anyone interested in Western Art, the Charlie Russell Museum is a must see. Alongside of the famous cowboy’s art, many other artists are on display.
Rivers Edge Trail
The trail covers 60 miles of scenic areas alongside the Missouri River. Some areas of the trail are flat and made for easy walking while some come with a little more work as you climb hills.
Giant Springs State Park
Home to the world’s shortest river “The Roe River.” Also has a fish hatchery that is fun to see.
About a mile from the MT ExpoPark, Gibson Park has a walking trail and a duck pond.
Riverside Railyard Skate Park
A great place to burn off a little extra energy. Also very close to the MT ExpoPark
To see the full schedule of the Montana State FFA Convention click HERE.
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