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eye Tournament every summer
during the second weekend in
The Fort Peck Dam and
Spillway are phenomenal sites
to visit. Over 750,000 visitors
come to see the dam and to
take a tour of the powerhouse
complex. Tours are given hourly
from Memorial Day to Labor
Day. Next to the powerhouse
complex is the Fort Peck Dam
Interpretive Center and Museum.
Here you will find displays of dinosaur species, fish aquariums,
plants and animals found on the
Charles M. Russell Wildlife Refuge, the history of the Fort Peck
Dam and much more. Admission
is free to the Interpretive Center.
The Kiwanis Park and Campground is a great area to meet
with family and friends to relax
and have some fun. The park offers shelterhouses, picnic tables,
a playground, a sand volleyball
court, a horseshoe court, and a
paved trail for walking, biking,
or roller-blading. The campground offers paved sites with
hot showers, electrical hookups,
a dump station, and a pay
phone with Internet access. The
campground is open from the
end of April to the end of October. Kiwanis Park is located next
to the Fort Peck Dam Interpretive
Another great attraction in
Fort Peck is the Fort Peck Theatre. Since 1970 the theatre has
put on presentations for audiences from all over the country.
From musicals to comedies to
dramatic presentations, the theatre is a great place to enjoy a
traditional theatre performance.
Tickets are for sale at the door
and concessions are available.
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