Park County is home to four county parks; Arch, Confluence, Green Acres and Silver Gate parks.
Arch Park. Located just north of the world famous Roosevelt Arch, offers a stone shelter pavilion, picnic tables, a stage, barbeque area, water fountain and trees interspersed among the 1.5acre parcel. The park is a cooperative effort between the Gardiner community, Park County, Montana Department of Transportation and the National Park Service.
Confluence Park. Named because of its proximity to the confluence of the Gardner and Yellowstone Rivers, this beauty is conveniently tucked away in Gardiner, Montana. It has a long history of use by boaters, kayakers, swimmers, fisherman and other recreationalists. The parcel is the only public access to the Yellowstone River in the town of Gardiner. The Queen of the Waters Fishing Access is located 3.5 miles to the north.
Green Acres Park. Located in the northeast portion of Livingston, this gem is a 2.9-acre community park surrounded on all sides by neighborhood streets with a gravel parking area located at the east end. The park is entirely fenced, with several gates, mature trees, some play equipment and a basketball court.
Silver Gate Park. This one-acre beauty is centrally located in the small community of Silver Gate, just outside the northeast boundary of Yellowstone National Park. Amenities include picnic tables, benches, playground equipment, vault toilets and bear proof trash receptacles.
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