- The list below includes 25 free or cheap things to do in or near Big Sky, Montana, including 37 different types of inexpensive activities like Horseback Riding, Fishing, Movie Theaters and Mountains.
- From Lone Peak to Yellowstone Club, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Big Sky and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ennis, Gallatin Gateway and Bozeman.
84% 19 votes
1279 Grayling Creek Road, West Yellowstone, MT 59758 MoreLess Info
Several types of horse-related experiences can be conducted with the help of the Parade Rest Ranch. Along with standard horseback riding trails, guests can ridge an old fashioned stage coach or attend a western cookout.
Located within Yellowstone Park, Yellowstone Fishing Guides is a business offering guided fly fishing trips for nature-loving visitors to the area. Visitors are led by two experienced local residents who teach about the scenic area while catching numerous fish varieties.
85% 1087 votes
Upper Loop Road, WY 82190 MoreLess Info
Choose your level of difficulty at Mammoth Hot Springs with an easy boardwalk trail through the lower terraces, or hike to the top of Bunsen's Peak for a bit of a challenge. The springs offer options with panoramic vies, driving trails, and a tour through Fort Yellowstone.
88% 17 votes
892 McClellan Road, West Yellowstone, MT 59758 MoreLess Info
Yellowstone Mountain Guides provides many different tours that revolve around activities including fly fishing, horseback riding, hiking, hunting and photographing nature and wildlife. Their packages include both single and multi-day trips.
Hell's A-Roarin' Outfitters offers outfitting for a variety of outdoor activities, including elk, deer, mountain lion, and other hunting trips. The company also offers equestrian outfitting and guided riding tours.
Anglers of all levels can experience a professional fly fishing outing with Montana Troutwranglers Day Tours. With over 300 miles of local waters to choose from, knowledgeable guides take visitors out for a personalized, scenic fly fishing adventure.
83% 48 votes
6990 Buffalo Jump Road, Three Forks, MT MoreLess Info
While there are plenty of things to do, such as hiking, bird-watching and picnicking, the main point of interest at the Madison Buffalo Jump State Park is the cliff used by Native Americans to hurtle large herds of bison, for almost 2,000 years. Bones can be seen at the bottom.