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Bannack State Park Hosting Bannack Days July 15th & 16th

Held the third weekend in July, Bannack Days is a celebration of pioneer life. Visitors to Bannack get to step back into time as the streets come back to life of an era long ago. Gunslingers walk the streets of Bannack looking for that next fight. Old miners hop in and out of the Mead Hotel and Skinner's Saloon. How about a tooth removed or a haircut. It can all be seen during Bannack Days.

Throughout the weekend visitors can take a guided tour through the masonic lodge, pan for gold, and pose for an old-time photo. Visitors can also hike Hangman’s Gulch and see a Calvary camp. Visitors can learn the art of candle making or try your hand at making an old-time cloth doll. With so much to see and do there is a little something for everyone.

Be sure to bring cash as the internet is limited and most vendors are cash only. A special event fee of $5 per person, 5 and under are free.

You still have time to catch all the action on Sunday, July 16th. Bannack is a short drive from Dillon, or you can take one of the two shuttles that will be running out of Dillon. The shuttles leave at 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. and return at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. for more information on the shuttle you can call 406-834-3413.

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