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Bannack State Park, Dillon

Categories: Ghost Towns, State Parks, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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4.8/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
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  • Bannack State Park is well maintained, the restoration and preservation of the buildings is well done. In addition to the self-guided pamphlet, a state park ranger was available to answer questions. W...  read more »
  • A photographer's dream in the mid fall with big white puffy clouds and golden aspens. You have to walk the city which is frequently used for the set of western movies. The park also has a very nice ca...  read more »
  • visited an hour or two before closing time, very eerie especially the hotel and gallows in the land behind. such an interesting place and you are able to wander through most buildings freely. would de...  read more »
  • This was a great stop. We Spent about 2 hours here before we knew it. Charge up your camera! You will need to be ready for all the photos you will be taking. The town is well preserved. Most of the buildings are open and you can poke around in them. The banister in the hotel is in great condition! The old wallpaper made me Giggle. :)
  • I really don't need to extrapolate on this much, but feel the need to set the record. Ready? K. No one is going to hurt you if you camp at the Road Agent Campsite...seriously. One freaking old review on a website saying there's a 'ghostly axe-wielding maniac' has made this wonderful campground (less lthan 1 mile from bannack itself a complete, well, ironically, a total...GHOST TOWN.
  • Went here for the first time yesterday. The ghost town is well maintained and very fascinating. I highly recommend you spend the extra couple of dollars for the guide book as it is full of historical information on each house and events that occurred in the town.
  • Best ghost town ever. You really see how they lived. Very well preserved. Lots of buildings to go through.
  • We volunteer at Bannack Days every year. .3rd weekend in July. Great fun with all the visitors. Dale Carlson, Park Manager, and his excellent staff fo such a great job there. You should all come and join in the fun.