Local Area Guide: Things to do / Activities / Attractions

Bozeman Day Hikes

Day hikes around Bozeman, Gallatin Canyon, and the Bridger Mountains

Brew Pubs and Spirits

Bozeman has some great Micro brews, spirits, and ciders!


Camping in State Parks, RV Parks, Fishing accesses and Backcountry. Locals know that the best way to experience the great outdoors in Montana is to camp. From primitive to full-service, there are plenty of private and public campgrounds to suit your style of adventure and comfort. Whether youíre hiking in to a backcountry campsite or parking your RV, youíll still be able to look up at the stars in the big sky as youíre roasting símores.

Dog Parks

Bozeman is very dog-friendly! There are numerous off-leash dog parks in and around town.

Downhill Skiing

Have the slopes to yourself in Montana!

Farmers Markets

Find local produce, arts, crafts and food vendors at these markets.

Fly Fishing

Explore some of Montana`s famed rivers.

Ghost Towns

Southwest Montana Ghost Towns

Historic Bozeman

Learn about Bozeman`s interesting (and Wild!) history. A great start is the Pioneer Museum located by the Court House on Main Street.

Horseback Riding

A True Western Experience!

Hot Springs

A tub for everyone`s tastes!

Ice Skating

Local Ponds and Arenas

Mountain Biking

Trails for all Levels


Local music venues and entertainment.

Nordic Skiing

Numerous groomed and ungroomed areas can be found in the Gallatin VAalley, the Bridger Mountains, and Big Sky.

Rock Climbing

Indoor and Outdoor Areas

Scenic Drives

Scenic Drives in Southwest Montana


Boutiques, Salons, Shops and Mobile Stores

Water Activites

Canoeing, Kayaking, Lakes, Whitewater Rafting and more.


In the Right Place, at the Right time... Wildlife Viewing