Big Spring Skatepark
The Big Spring Skate Park is free and open to the public whenever the weather is nice enough to ride! Located in Symmes Park behind the Chamber of Commerce, the Big Spring Skate Park was built in 2017 through the efforts of Lewistown's local nonprofit Make It Happen and a partnership with Jeff Aments, best known as the bass player for Pearl Jam. The skate park was built by the highly esteemed Evergreen Skateparks and is regularly visited by professional skaters.
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Pine Meadows Golf Course
Pine Meadows is a challenging and beautiful 9-hole course, our relocated tee markers and tee boxes provide a back nine experience that is different from the front nine. Pine Meadows will challenge you while providing a relaxing, picturesque backdrop. Test your accuracy with our fairways, trees, rolling hills and sand traps; we have everything you need to challenge you and improve your game. All in all, our goal is to provide you with a quality experience that includes exceptional service and a pleasurable atmosphere.
Central Montana Museum
The Central Montana Museum's mission is to collect, preserve and exhibit artifacts and material items which depict the cultural aspects of Central Montana, beginning with the first inhabitants of the area. Through interpretation, the museum portrays their lifestyles and preserves the existence of the historical communities throughout the area for the education and enjoyment of this and future generations.
Symmes Park has a tennis court, skate park, playground equipment, picnic tables, a baseball diamond, and horseshoes. The Park is also home to the Veterans Memorial Walk, featuring a Minuteman Missile, a Howitzer, and several other items. The Lewistown Area Chamber of Commerce and the Central Montana Museum are on the edge of the park.