This National Parks run fort is a great glimpse of the past.
Along our path, we noticed a fort on the horizon. We pulled off and it was a great place to stretch our legs and fill up the tank. Little did we know, it was much more expansive and comprehensive than expected.
The staff was really friendly. They had some people in character, so we got to ask a lot of questions and see them working on their stuff. They let you walk along the perimeter canopy to oversee the landscape. On the horizon, there was a train passing through.
The fort was situated on the junction of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers. So I assume Louis and Clark passed through this area before the inception of the fort. A lot of history at these two rivers.