First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park has switched to its summer hours.
The park, which is just outside of Great Falls, will now be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day until September 30.
The state park has an on-site education visitor center where people can learn how the native peoples used the cliff to run bison off.
Below the cliff is up to 18 feet of compacted buffalo remains.
The park also offers activities such as bird watching, bow hunting, hiking, sightseeing, and wildlife viewing among other recreational opportunities.
There is also a three mile loop trail.
To learn more about the First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park located at 342 Ulm Vaughn Road, please visit its website.