Things to do in Bozeman, MT.

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There are so many wonderful things about Fall, especially if you live in Montana and love the outdoors. The trees are rich with sunset colors, the air has a fresh crispness and dances through the magnificent trees creating a soothing symphony only nature can produce. One of the greatest advantages of living near Bozeman is the abundance of hiking trails along with their proximity. 

Hiking can be beneficial for many reasons. Besides the physical benefits, most people find peace in nature. Whether they are enjoying good company and great conversation or wandering through listening to nature’s music and clearing their mind. Whatever the reason is for you to be out hiking, we support you! With a full tank of gas, sturdy hiking

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Bozeman/Yellowstone International Airport conveniently services cities all over the U.S. 
Proudly hosting eight airlines with non-stop flights to 21 U.S. destinations.

Photo Source: Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport


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Dining Guide

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Hungry? If you are on the hunt for a great place to eat, here are a few favorites to check out:

Cateye Cafe


Feed Cafe

Jam! On Main

Lot G Cafe

Nova Cafe


Storm Castle Cafe

Western Cafe

Wild Crumb

Wherever you decide to go for breakfast, ENJOY!

Are you relocating to Bozeman and have questions about the area or the real estate market? Text me, Laurie Larson, Realtor, at 406-579-8571 or email me at I am glad to be a resource!



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It's no shock that Bozeman, Montana and Gallatin County are a hot spot for tourists and adventurers alike. We wanted to compile and share some of our most favorite activities, adventures, and businesses for you to enjoy. Whether you are just visiting, recently moved here, or are long time local and looking for something fun and exciting to do we have faith you will enjoy our suggestions!

Video: Missouri River, Near Headwaters State Park

Summer Hiking in Bozeman

Gallatin National Forest Campgrounds and Cabins

Bozeman Golf Courses

Mountain Biking Near Bozeman

Bozeman Stay-cations

Horseback Riding Outfitters 

River Floating 
Madison River
Gallatin River
Missouri River
Jefferson River
Yellowstone River
Tips and tricks for the perfect

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Are you thinking of visiting our beautiful town of Bozeman, Montana soon?
We'd love to help make sure your trip here is the best it can be! We wanted to share some of our favorite accommodations in Downtown Bozeman along with some really unique overnighting experiences.

Hotels/Motels Near Downtown:  RSVP The Lark Bozeman The Element Bozeman The Baxter Hotel  The Kimpton Armory Hotel The Lewis and Clark Motel
Lodging Links:
Gallatin River Lodge The 1915 Barn Gallatin River Hideaway The Grey Cliff Ranch

Fun Places to Stay Outside Bozeman: Gallatin River Lodge Chico Hot Springs Sage Lodge 
Room for the Whole Family Options: 
VRBO's Bozeman, Montana AirBnB Bozeman, Montana
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Go ahead and add golf as one of the many outstanding outdoor activities that are available in the Bozeman area. Bozeman has some exceptional courses to choose from, ranging from private golf communities to challenging public courses. All of these courses are surrounded by the natural beauty of the Gallatin Valley, which only adds to the “this is what it’s all about” feeling while your enjoying a day on the links.

(Bridger Creek Golf Course)

Cottonwood Hills Golf Club is one of the public courses available. Cottonwood Hills Golf Club features 27 holes split between a 7053 yard, 18 hole championship course and a 1191 yard, 9 hole par 3 course. Cottonwood Hills also hosts the Pepsi Gallatin Valley Open. The club is located just west of Four Corners at

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If you are a local resident or have been following the market from afar, you have likely noticed that Bozeman, Montana has a VERY STRONG real estate market. You may ask why are the home prices continually increasing? Bozeman is such a small town and is nowhere close to San Francisco or a big metropolitan city ..? Well there's an easy yet simple answer. Bozeman is a desirable place to live. Where there is HIGH demand, there will be higher prices to support that demand.

As you know, there are an overwhelming number of reasons why people are flocking to Bozeman from all over the country. We are working with a number of relocation buyers year after year not just from Washington or California but from all over the country. From the plethora of

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It comes with no surprise that Montana was ranked second in the country for outdoor recreation in 2017. Outdoor recreation added $2.4 billion to Montana's Gross Domestic Product, only 13% less than construction! With that being said, we've compiled a handful of amazing camping opportunities in the Gallatin National Forest for you to check out! Whether you are looking for a day trip or a weekend adventure, you won't be disappointed with the fresh air and beautiful scenery!

*Photo taken at Hebgen Lake

  • Bozeman District (Bozeman, MT)
    Battle Ridge Campground
    Reservations: No     Campsites: 13
    Chisholm Campground 
    Reservations: Yes    Campsites: 10
    Fairy Lake Campground 
    Reservations: No     Campsites: 9
    Greek Creek Campground 
    Reservations: Yes  

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 Just in time for Memorial Weekend! Get out and enjoy some of the beautiful scenery Bozeman and Montana has to offer!

Photo taken at Middle Cottonwood Trail July 2019 

Baldy Peak Summit 
Distance: 9.6 miles, out and back 
Skill Level: difficult
Features: mountain biking, backpacking

Bear Canyon Trail
Distance: 8.1 miles, out and back
Skill Level: moderate
Features: creek/river, lake, mountain biking 

Drinking Horse
Distance: 2.2 miles, out and back
Skill Level: easy to moderate 

Emerald Lake
Distance: 10 miles or 11 miles to Heather Lake, out and back
Skill Level: easy to moderate
Features: creek, lake, fishing, mountain biking, camping

Fairy Lake
Distance: 1.2 mile loop
Skill Level: easy
Features: lake, creek, fishing, camping

Garnet Mountain

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 Do you enjoy mountain biking? We do!
Check out these 10 awesome mountain biking trails close to Bozeman.

Bangtail Mountains
Grassy Mountain: 16 miles, round trip
Bangtail Divide: 22.3 miles, point to point

Big Sky Area
Garnet Mountain: 11.6 miles out and back
Lone Mountain, Big Sky Resort: multiple trails of varied length

Hyalite Canyon
Emerald Lake: 9.4 miles, out and back
Hood Creek: 6.6 miles, round trip

South Cottonwood Canyon
South Cottonwood Creek: 5 miles, out and back
South Cottonwood Creek to Blackmore Peak: 8.3 miles, point to point

Sourdough Canyon
Bozeman Creek to Mystic Lake: 19.9 miles, out and back

Three Forks
Copper City Trails: multiple trails of varied length.

Learn more about these trails, HERE.

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