Bozeman Montana a fast growing part of Montana and home to Montana State University. Bozeman was founded in 1864 by John Bozeman.
Bozeman is close to both Bridger Bowl Ski Area and Big Sky Ski Resort. Bozeman is host to Museum of the Rockies, the American Computer Museum and is the gateway to Yellowstone National Park.
Population: Approx. 40,000 Bozeman Area
Location: Southwestern Montana
Popular Events & Activities
Bozeman Montana has a number of festivals that are fun for the whole family.
July – Gallatin County Fair
July – Big Sky Golf Tournament
August – Big Sky Country Fair
November – Bozeman Christmas Parade
Bozeman Fishing, Golf & Outdoors
The areas surrounding Bozeman have an abundance of opportunities to hike, canoe, boating, lake fishing, river fly fishing to name a few.
Gallatin Mountain Range Access
Absaroka Mountain Range
Bridger Bowl Ski Area
Big Sky Resort & Ski Area
Shopping & Whitewater Rafting in Bozeman
8338 Huffine Lane Bozeman Montana (406) 585-7273
Bridger Peaks Town Center
N. 19th & OakBozeman Montana (406) 463-9606
Geyser Whitewater Expeditions
46651 Gallatin Road Bozeman Montana (406) 995-4989
Bozeman Montana (406) 763-4465
Wild West Rafting
1106 W. Park – Ste. 234 Bozeman Montana (406) 848-2252
Yellowstone Raft Co.
Bozeman Montana (406) 995-4613
Bear Canyon Campground
4000 Bozeman Trail Road Bozeman Montana (406) 587-1575
Bozeman KOA Campground
81123 Gallatin Road Bozeman Montana (406) 587-3030
31842 E. Frontage Bozeman Montana (406) (406) 587-4797
Roads to Bozeman
Bozeman Montana can be reached directly off of Interstate 90 from the east and west.Coming from the south, take Montana State Route 191 to Bozeman.
Bozeman’s Closest Major Airport
Gallatin Field Airport located in nearby Belgrade, Montana
Bozeman Real Estate
Did you know?…John Bozeman, the towns founder died a mysterious death near Yellowstone in 1868.