We love Bozeman all year long because there is so much this beautiful location has to offer, BUT we would LOVE to tell you all about why you should move here this fall.

Check out our Fall Guide!


Gallatin County is known for its incredible hikes, but there is a specific beauty that occurs during the Fall. The trees that were once emerald green are now turning fiery yellow, blazing orange, and glistening gold. The air is filled with a crisp freshness that dances along your skin, while the cool temps keep you comfortable while you wander up the mountain trails. Visit our blog “Waterfall Hikes in Bozeman” for some incredible recommendations. 


Everyone knows Montana is known for its incredible fly fishing, but did you know brown trout start spawning in November making them extremely active just before? Stop into one of the numerous local fly shops and get the scoop on where and what these beautiful creatures are biting on! 


Hunting is a common activity in Bozeman and it comes as no surprise that people travel far and wide to hunt in Gallatin County. Whether you are a bow hunter or you prefer a rifle, there are plenty of opportunities to fill your freezer here. Opportunities include deer, elk, antelope, mountain goats, moose, and more! Be sure to apply for and purchase the appropriate tag before you hit the thousands of beautiful acres Montana has to offer!


When Summer strikes, so do all the tourists, and the park is packed. We are so fortunate to be located 1-2 hours from two separate park entrances, making it extremely easy to pop over for a stunning drive, hike, horse ride, or camp out. Part of the Yellowstone is closed to vehicles throughout the winter, but there are still open areas for tons of exploring!

Montana State University

Bozeman is known as the home of MSU, so our town is abundant with college energy and school spirit, especially at the beginning of the school year. Between tailgating at Bobcat Stadium, theater performances, and Homecoming, you are bound to see college spirit fluttering all around. Be sure to keep your eye on MSU activities, the University is known for drawing in Authors, Scientists, and speakers from all over the world who bring inspiration to this modern cowboy town. Interested in learning more about Montana State University?

Hot Springs

Located conveniently close to multiple hot springs, relaxation is only a short drive away! While the outside temperatures may drop drastically all you have to do is head to one of the many hot springs near Bozeman and you’ll be warm in no time. In Bozeman itself, you can visit The Bozeman Hot Springs or you can head West to the Norris Hot Springs. Heading to North Yellowstone? You can stop by the Chico Hot Springs just South of Livingston, the Yellowstone Hot Springs just before Gardiner, or head all the way to Yellowstone National Park to Mammoth Hot Springs. Regardless of which hot spring you settle on, jump in, sit back, and relax! 

Still not sold on moving to Bozeman this Fall? Visit our blog “Fall Activities in Bozeman” for more fun-filled activities!

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