Yellowstone National Park
There is so much to do and see at Yellowstone National Park. Each trip you’ll see and experience something new! Yellowstone offers camping, boating, hiking, and even just a drive through can give you plenty of animal sightings.
Play in the River
Enjoy a lazy day floating on the river or get your adrenaline pumping rafting the rapids. You can float the Gallatin, Madison or Jefferson rivers which offer great fishing opportunities as well. You can rent tubes and paddle boards at Madison River Tubing
The Hyalite reservoir is located 10.5 miles up Hyalite Canyon. It’s a great place for fishing, paddle boarding, kayaking and more. Throughout Hyalite, there are campsites and picnic areas to spend the day or night.
Check out the Farmer’s Market
Support local agriculture and artisans at The Bozeman Farmer’s market, every Tuesday in Lindley Park. You’ll find locally grown produce, art, jewelry and more. It’s a fun family event! You can also visit the Gallatin Valley Farmers Market Saturday mornings at the County Fairgrounds. The Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market has been serving the community for over 40 years!
Explore Main Street to Mountains Trails
Explore Bozeman on foot! There are 80+ miles of trails worth exploring throughout Bozeman. Take a walk or ride your bike! You can find a trail map here.
Downtown Bozeman is a happening place in the summer! On the second Friday of the month, June – September, art galleries and businesses display artwork along Main Street and at the Emerson Center for Arts and Culture. The galleries feature artists’ openings and receptions and often provide hors d’oeuvres and complimentary refreshments. Also, keep an eye out for local musicians playing music as your stroll Main Street in Downtown Bozeman.
Music on Main
Music on Main is a fun, family friendly event in downtown Bozeman. Thursday nights all summer you’ll find live music, food trucks and other fun activities downtown.
The Sweet Pea Festival is a three-day festival of the arts held the first Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in August. These 3 days are filled with music of all genres, performances by local theatre and dance troupes, workshops, family-friendly entertainment and activities, a flower show, a beer and wine garden featuring Montana microbrews, and over 100 arts and crafts vendors.