Friends of 2 Rivers
A citizens' organization committed to promoting a safe, healthy and enriching environment for the communities at the confluence of the Clark Fork and Blackfoot Rivers.
Varied seasons on the Blackfoot River
The north end of Anaconda Street in Milltown will be temporarily closed to public parking and pedestrian access will be limited beginning Monday, Aug. 7, as construction work on the gateway area of Milltown State Park begins. Vehicular access on the north side of Anaconda Street leading to the pedestrian bridge, also known as the Black Bridge, will be closed for the duration of the construction, which is expected to continue through mid-September. The road will be signed and blocked by jersey barriers.
Pedestrians and cyclists are encouraged to cross the nearby Highway 200 bridge.
For more information, contact Michael Kustudia from Milltown State Park at 542-5533.
While we anticipate the physical opening of the Milltown State Park's Confluence area, we can get a head start on experiencing the natural and cultural historic interpretation the park offers. In an article "Not just a pretty place: Milltown Park adds culture to confluence," the Missoulian reports on the story map "A Confluence of Stories: Nature and Culture at Milltown State Park."
"SuzAnne Miller is the owner of Dunrovin Ranch. A fourth-generation Montanan, SuzAnne grew up roaming the mountains and fishing the streams of western Montana. Her love of nature, animals, science, and education prompted her to create the world’s first cyber ranch where live web cameras bring Dunrovin’s wildlife and ranch life to internet users across the globe." Distinctly Montana Magazine. Photo: Make It Missoula
SuzAnne Miller shares her connection to Montana in this short video created by Geoff Pepos as part of "The Roadcast" series. Watch "The Roadcast, Chapter One: From Missoula to Dunrovin with SuzAnne Miller."