(3) Students, through the inquiry process, demonstrate knowledge of characteristics, structures and function of living things, the process and diversity of life, and how living organisms interact with each other and their environment.
A popular family fishing area, Dry Bridge Pond is located in Dry Bridge City Park. The three-acre pond is stocked with rainbow trout with assistance from Hedges School each year. The pond is tree-lined, with benches and a hiking path around the shoreline.
A trail surrounds the pond. The terrain slopes moderately from the parking area and road to the pond.
Turtles, rainbow trout, muskrats, ducks, osprey and bald eagles may be observed.
Open all year. The best fishing occurs in April, May and June.
Access is from the parking area.
There is no official ADA access.
Dry Bridge City Park is located at the corner of Eleventh Street East and Woodland Avenue in Kalispell.
There is a paved parking area.
View the Flathead Family Fishing Ponds map.
A special use permit may be required.
Kalispell City Parks are free. A special use permit may be required.
A porta-potty may be available from late April through June.
City of Kalispell Parks and Recreation, 758-7849
Biologist, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, 752-5501