Sacajawea Park Livingston MT

In 1806, Captain Clark and his party along with Sacajawea came through what is Livingston Montana today and rested on the bank of the Yellowstone River.  They had a meal in this beautiful setting before heading east to set up camp.  Located in our beautiful park on the River, we have a bronze Sacajawea on horseback statue that commemorates the day that the Corps of Discovery journeyed to this area.  You'll find this beautiful statue and nearby picnic tables, civic center and band shell in this park along the river.  This inspiring spot also is the setting for the Farmers Market, Summerfest and other activities each summer.




Latitude: 45.652787 Longitude: -110.559755 Elevation: 4493 ft
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Leslie Feigel

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