Makoshika State Park is located outside the city limits of Glendive, MT. This ranger generalist position is a full time permanent position and is located at Makoshika State Park but also supports Medicine Rocks State Park, Brush Lake State Park and Pirogue Island State Park. Makoshika State Park is Montana's largest state park as it totals almost 12,000 acres in size. The park has 11 designated trails, visitor center, campground, archery range, PDGA disc golf course, pavilion for rent, and amphitheater that seats over 200 people. The park receives over 100,000 visitors a year and has earned the USA Today Best Montana Attraction award. Famous for its dinosaurs, ten different species of dinosaur fossils have been found in the park. The visitor center also has a paleontology lab and collection room. The park offers great recreational opportunities including hiking, camping, scenic driving, wildlife viewing, and star gazing.