Medicine Rocks Sign
Medicine Rocks Sign

A sign for Medicine Rocks State Park near Ekalaka, Montana. → License Photo

Rocky Beauty
Rocky Beauty

One of the many odd rock formations at Medicine Rocks State Park. → Buy a Print or License Photo

Cluster of Rocks
Cluster of Rocks

Sandstone formations outside Medicine Rocks State Park in Montana. → Buy a Print or License Photo

Sandstone Pillar
Sandstone Pillar

Another rock formation at Medicine Rocks State Park near Ekalaka, Montana. → License Photo

Rocky Barbican
Rocky Barbican

Rocks are the remnants of an ancient inland ocean at Medicine Rocks State Park. → Buy a Print or License Photo

Mushroom Rock
Mushroom Rock

Archaeologists say humans have lived near Medicine Rocks for over 11,000 years. → License Photo

Lonely Rock
Lonely Rock

One of more than 100 rock formations in Medicine Rocks State Park in Montana. → License Photo

Swiss Cheese Rocks
Swiss Cheese Rocks

A close up of the weathered stone at Medicine Rocks State Park in Montana. → License Photo

Teddy's Rock
Teddy's Rock

Teddy Roosevelt said Medicine Rocks State Park was "as beautiful a place as I have ever seen." → License Photo

Pine Needles and Cones
Pine Needles and Cones

Green needles on evergreen trees at Medicine Rocks State Park in Montana. → License Photo

Medicine Rocks Campers
Medicine Rocks Campers

You can camp, bike ride, hike, have a picnic, or watch wildlife at Medicine Rocks State Park. → License Photo

Sandstone Formation
Sandstone Formation

Many different Indian tribes have lived at Medicine Rocks over the past 11,000 years. → License Photo

Sailboat Rock
Sailboat Rock

Medicine Rocks State Park is part of geological zone called the Fort Union Formation. → License Photo

Medicine Rocks Deer
Medicine Rocks Deer

Wildlife is abundant at Medicine Rocks State Park in Montana. → Buy a Print or License Photo

Medicine Rocks Visitor's Station
Medicine Rocks Visitor's Station

A visitor's station at the entrance to Medicine Rocks State Park includes this sign. → License Photo

Medicine Rocks Bench
Medicine Rocks Bench

Fossils dating back 63.3 million years have been found at Medicine Rocks State Park. → License Photo

Medicine Rocks Table Top
Medicine Rocks Table Top

Geologists say the formations at Medicine Rocks are unlike anything else on the planet. → License Photo

Sandstone Graffiti
Sandstone Graffiti

Cowboys once worked on a ranch at Medicine Rocks carved their names into the rocks. → License Photo

Protected by Trees
Protected by Trees

Less vandalized rock formations are on private property outside the park. → License Photo

Montanahenge
Montanahenge

In 1957 Medicine Rocks became a Montana state park. → License Photo

Medicine Rocks Sunset
Medicine Rocks Sunset

The Medicine Rocks State Parks is a feast for photographers. → License Photo

Medicine Rocks Sign
Rocky Beauty
Cluster of Rocks
Sandstone Pillar
Rocky Barbican
Mushroom Rock
Lonely Rock
Swiss Cheese Rocks
Teddy's Rock
Pine Needles and Cones
Medicine Rocks Campers
Sandstone Formation
Sailboat Rock
Medicine Rocks Deer
Medicine Rocks Visitor's Station
Medicine Rocks Bench
Medicine Rocks Table Top
Sandstone Graffiti
Protected by Trees
Montanahenge
Medicine Rocks Sunset
Medicine Rocks Sign

A sign for Medicine Rocks State Park near Ekalaka, Montana. → License Photo

Rocky Beauty

One of the many odd rock formations at Medicine Rocks State Park. → Buy a Print or License Photo

Cluster of Rocks

Sandstone formations outside Medicine Rocks State Park in Montana. → Buy a Print or License Photo

Sandstone Pillar

Another rock formation at Medicine Rocks State Park near Ekalaka, Montana. → License Photo

Rocky Barbican

Rocks are the remnants of an ancient inland ocean at Medicine Rocks State Park. → Buy a Print or License Photo

Mushroom Rock

Archaeologists say humans have lived near Medicine Rocks for over 11,000 years. → License Photo

Lonely Rock

One of more than 100 rock formations in Medicine Rocks State Park in Montana. → License Photo

Swiss Cheese Rocks

A close up of the weathered stone at Medicine Rocks State Park in Montana. → License Photo

Teddy's Rock

Teddy Roosevelt said Medicine Rocks State Park was "as beautiful a place as I have ever seen." → License Photo

Pine Needles and Cones

Green needles on evergreen trees at Medicine Rocks State Park in Montana. → License Photo

Medicine Rocks Campers

You can camp, bike ride, hike, have a picnic, or watch wildlife at Medicine Rocks State Park. → License Photo

Sandstone Formation

Many different Indian tribes have lived at Medicine Rocks over the past 11,000 years. → License Photo

Sailboat Rock

Medicine Rocks State Park is part of geological zone called the Fort Union Formation. → License Photo

Medicine Rocks Deer

Wildlife is abundant at Medicine Rocks State Park in Montana. → Buy a Print or License Photo

Medicine Rocks Visitor's Station

A visitor's station at the entrance to Medicine Rocks State Park includes this sign. → License Photo

Medicine Rocks Bench

Fossils dating back 63.3 million years have been found at Medicine Rocks State Park. → License Photo

Medicine Rocks Table Top

Geologists say the formations at Medicine Rocks are unlike anything else on the planet. → License Photo

Sandstone Graffiti

Cowboys once worked on a ranch at Medicine Rocks carved their names into the rocks. → License Photo

Protected by Trees

Less vandalized rock formations are on private property outside the park. → License Photo

Montanahenge

In 1957 Medicine Rocks became a Montana state park. → License Photo

Medicine Rocks Sunset

The Medicine Rocks State Parks is a feast for photographers. → License Photo

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