Tenmile Creek Park is Prickly Pear Land Trust’s park for you–whether you are an aspiring angler, a bike commuter or someone who wants a flat, accessible place to recreate – there is something for everyone! Comprising 180 acres of former ranchland, this property was acquired by PPLT with the goal of connecting the people of our community to the local landscape and environment. Tenmile Creek Park creates this connection by providing three miles of trail accessible to people of all abilities, creek access to Helena’s primary water source, and commuter routes to the V.A. Hospital and Fort Harrison.
Tenmile Creek Park is located at 1505 Williams St., Helena, MT.
Directions: As you are head west out of Helena, turn right (North) onto Williams Street and follow it around until you see the fenced parking area on the east side of the road.
Have any questions or comments? Want to volunteer at the park? Contact Project Manager Nate Kopp at [email protected] or call the office at (406)442-0490
Tenmile Creek Park was made possible only through the original “Peaks to Creeks” land deal, which resulted in the perpetual protection of both the Sevenmile Creek and Tenmile Creek properties. For purchasing these critical 558 acres of community ground, we thank you!
Army Compatible Use Buffer program
The Conservation Fund
Lewis and Clark County Open Space Bond program
Park improvements, trails, and amenities are made possible by:
Recreational Trails Program
Anonymous Private Donors
Spring Meadow Resources (Donated Trail Easement)
Gov. Steve Bullock works alongside members of the MCC's Middle School Youth Program and Prickly Pear Land Trust to stain a wheel chair accessible picnic table Tenmile Creek Park.
A trail near is named in honor of a fallen Montana serviceman from World War II.
To help the park become more accessible, sustainable, and fun, please consider donating or volunteering with Prickly Pear Land Trust.