Initially established in 1881, Belgrade sits a quick fifteen minutes outside of Bozeman and is a part of the Gallatin Valley. Much like the rest of the county, this quiet little town has been growing over the past few years. Still, settling into Belgrade feels a bit like stepping back into an era where neighbors break bread together, and the mail carrier knows you by name. Residents can enjoy the timeless small-town feel that envelops the town while appreciating the amenities available just down the road in Bozeman.
As a town comprised of a large number of young families, Bozeman has taken the initiative of creating many family-friendly events that take place throughout the year. In the summertime, parents can enjoy the entertainment of Music on Main while their kids play freely on Main Street. You can spend your mornings perusing the local farmers market while your little ones play in Bogart Park.
When the air starts to cool down and fall rolls in, families can enjoy activities like trying your hand at Bozeman Straw Bale Maze on East Valley Center Road near Belgrade, or trick or treating your way down Main Street on Halloween. Whatever the season, there is always something going on in town for families to enjoy together.
Yellowstone National Park
Just a short drive away from town is one of the greatest wonders our nation has to offer. Being so close to Yellowstone is a gift that few get to experience. Both the warm and cold months have something unique to offer to visitors on the hunt for a one of a kind experience. You can spend the day observing wildlife, watching Old Faithful, or taking in the Grand Prismatic Spring. To truly immerse yourself in the environment, consider a backpacking trip or cross country bike ride through the park for a few or more days.
Top Ranked Skiing in the Nation
The mountains are one of the biggest draws for those who make their way to Bozeman, and it’s not just for their beauty. Avid skiers couldn’t ask for a better location to call home for the majority of the year. Just down the road in Big Sky, Montana, waits for some of the top-ranked skiing in the country. Much like the name implies, Big Sky is officially the largest ski area in the country. Skiers can enjoy extreme altitudes and massive runs completely uninterrupted by traffic that is common at other ski areas of this stature