Big Hole National Battlefield

Center for the State of the Parks: Park Assessments

Published January 2007

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Big Hole National Battlefield, a 655-acre park located ten miles west of Wisdom, Montana, tells the story of the battle that took place there in 1877, which contributes to Nez Perce National Historical Park’s larger goal of preserving and interpreting the entire continuum of Nez Perce culture and history.

Current overall conditions of Big Hole National Battlefield’s known cultural and natural resources rated “fair” scores of 70 and 74, respectively. This report contains descriptions of park resources and summaries of resource conditions.

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