- TripBuzz found 33 things to do with kids in or near Livingston, Montana, including 21 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bozeman, Pray and Gardiner.
- From Rob Olson's Fishing With Rob to Montana Fly Fishing Guides, LLC., the Livingston area offers 33 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Fishing, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- Within minutes of Yellowstone National Park, Livingston is a popular place for trout fishing. This small town further offers other outdoor adventures like hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and hunting. And its lively downtown district is home to a variety of shops including specialty boutiques, cafes, art galleries and coffee houses.
Gallatin County Regional Park offers hiking trails for hikers of all experience levels. Dogs are allowed to walk off-leash, and there are plenty of beautiful sights to behold, including trees, birds, lakes, and a small beach.
With Montana Whitewater Rafting Co., visitors can sign up for adventurous outdoor activities like fly fishing, zipline tours, horseback riding, and more. The company hosts whitewater rafting trips at Yellowstone River, Gallatin River, and Madison River.
Located in Bozeman, Montana, the Museum of the Rockies sits within driving distance of Yellowstone National Park. The museum is dedicated to the Rocky Mountains and the cultures that live - and used to live - nearby. This institution has a strong committment to outreach and preservation education.
Filled with glow-in-the-dark obstacles, Laserdash Laser Tag Stadium offers visitors an indoor arena for competitive laser tag. In addition to laser tag, the center has a huge arcade with Skee-ball and air hockey.
The 120-mile Gallatin River is a tributary of the Mississippi River that wends its way through Montana and Wyoming. It passes through Yellowstone National Park. Fishing, swimming, tubing and rafting are permitted, but not on the portion of the river inside the park.
Situated near Yellowstone Park, Madison River Tubing offers tube trips along the Madison River in addition to shuttling to and from the entry and exit spots. They also provide rentals of tubes, floating coolers, and stand up paddle boards.