Whether it’s a vacation or a stay-cation, a spa treatment is a chance to step away from the fast track of life and give your mind and body some well deserved R&R. There are a variety of Bozeman spas, and their specialties are varied, so read on to find the one that best fits both your needs and your mood.
Many summer days in Bozeman can turn quickly into that of a fairy tale - big blue skies, a slight breeze through the air, and birds chirping their musical notes. Days like these put a heavy burden on individuals to stop whatever they are doing to relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of a local park.
Luckily enough, Bozeman does not a have lack of local parks. The Bozeman Parks Department is responsible for the development and maintenance of 42 public parks and 52 miles of trails which are managed either by themselves or their local partners including the Sunrise Rotary Club, Breakfast Optimists Club, and Gallatin Valley Land Trust to name a few.
Whether you're looking for a beach, baseball/softball fields, basketball courts, dog parks, large multi-use fields, picnic tables either sheltered or unsheltered, playgrounds, soccer fields, swimming pools, tennis courts, volleyball courts, or trails, a park in Bozeman will have it.
While some parks in Bozeman can be either neighborhood specific or private, the following comprehensive list of parks is free for anyone to enjoy.
Whether it be for the outdoors, a bachelor party or just a fun getaway, a trip to Bozeman, MT is a great town for a guys' tour. With so much to do, planning and selecting your activities can be the most difficult part - there is a lot you will do with a short amount of time. Don't stress, we have a list of activities that will leave you and your buddies with great stories after your guys trip to Bozeman, MT.
We get it, you came to Bozeman to enjoy the outdoors. You were so excited to hike, fish, mountain bike, rock climb, whitewater raft, and explore, but it's raining. Though rainy days in Bozeman aren't the regular, with over 300 days of sunshine, they do happen. When they do, it can be a challenge to find things to do in Bozeman. We've put together a list of ideas, activities, and places to visit to keep you busy when the sun isn't shining. Enjoy!
Remember when travel was simple…and then it wasn’t? Good news; when the kiddos leave the nest, travel can be simple again! Bozeman is beautiful in the spring, weather changes from blue skies to spring showers and back again, making for some beautiful greenery and amazing scents. Restaurant patios open, sunsets happen later and people start spending more time outdoors. It’s also the calm before the summer starts—a relaxing time to visit. The best part? You’re calling the shots! If you still need a bit of prompting to visit Bozeman, here are a few more reasons.
It’s true, girls do love to have fun and Bozeman is the perfect place to combine outdoor adventure with a little rest and relaxation. Choose to dine at our fabulous local restaurants or get outside and explore the mountains. Build your trip around some of our suggestions based on the number of days you'll visit--or try them all! You won't be disappointed. Here are a few ideas for a girls night or weekend away in Bozeman, Montana.
We get it, Bozeman doesn't offer 80 degree weather, beaches, or an ocean, but that doesn't mean it isn't a great Spring Break Destination. If you are in need to disconnect for a few days, want to have some fun, enjoy some great meals, and maybe drink a cocktail or two, Bozeman has you covered. In fact, there are a lot of great reasons that Bozeman should be on your short list. Here are 5 reason that you should visit Bozeman during your Spring Break.
Bozeman is mainly known for being a cozy, mountain town with access to awesome skiing, with Big Sky Resort and Bridger Bowl. People might also recognize Bozeman for Montana State University. What may not know is that Bozeman has a lot more to offer than just great skiing and a top notch university. Here are a few of our favorite reasons that you should make Bozeman your winter vacation destination.
If you've spent anytime in a mountain community you find that being outdoors isn't just something fun to do, it's a way of life. And despite cold temps in the winter, there is still a lot to do outside. In Bozeman we have great access to downhill skiing, snowboarding, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ice climbing, ice skating, and yes even some winter fly fishing. After a long day recreating outdoors, it's great to warm the body back up in one of the many Montana hot springs around the area. If you are planning on visiting the Bozeman area this winter, be sure to make a stop at one of these great Bozeman hot springs to help you stay warm.