Amsterdam-Churchill, MT- A charming rural community minutes from Bozeman. Quiet country living with the amenities of Bozeman just 20 minutes away!
Big Sky, MT
- A ski town that lives and breathes fun. Located about a hour south of Bozeman in the Gallatin River Canyon at the base of Lone Peak. Halfway between Bozeman and Yellowstone National Park, recreation and tourism abounds here! http://www.bigskyresort.com/index.asp
- Home to Gallatin County's Airport, Belgrade resides 8 miles North West of Bozeman. It boasts a smaller, often more desirable school district than Bozeman's, but is larger than Three Forks, Manhattan, or Amsterdam-Churchill. http://www.belgradechamber.org/
Livingston, MT-Just over the divide a half an hour from Bozeman sits the western town of Livingston. Nestled in next to the Yellowstone river, and less than an hour from the Gardiner Entrance to Yellowstone, Livingston is home to a diverse cultural scene. Full of art galleries, rodeos, bars, restaurants, and it's own school system. http://www.livingston.avicom.net/
Manhattan, MT- A farming community proud of it's roots, and only 20 minutes from Bozeman. This town shares the more temperate climate with Three Forks. From golden fields to mountain views, this town is beautiful! http://www.manhattanareachamber.com/
Three Forks, MT- Three Forks is so named because it sits at the mouth of the Muddy Missouri River, where the Gallatin, Madison, and Jefferson Rivers come together to form the lifeblood of the state. Great views and more temperate weather than Bozeman gives this small town a half an hour out of Bozeman charm. http://www.threeforksmontana.com/
Willow Creek, MT-Passed through by Lewis and Clark, this tucked away gem is about 40 minutes from Bozeman. Rural and charming, friendships and recreation abound here!