Established in 2009, this combination wildlife management area and state park feature wonderful and wild views.
The site includes an undeveloped 14-mile stretch of the Marias River, as well as sagebrush grassland and short grass prairie habitats in the uplands.
When FWP bought the land, officials believed an existing road on the east side of the WMA would provide access to the river and interior of the state park. However, an adjacent landowner disputed FWP plans and stated that the road was not public.
The landowner and FWP went through a formal mediation process, and FWP proposed transfer...