- Our list of the best things to do in Bozeman, Montana, features the top 45 nearby activities — including 27 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bozeman, MT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Water Activities, Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 26 things to do within the city of Bozeman, MT , followed by 20 popular activities in nearby cities, including Livingston, Belgrade, Big Sky, Gardiner, Three Forks and Gallatin Gateway
Visitors to the 320 Guest Ranch can fly fish, ride horses, go on a hayride, hike, and in the winter, snowmobile. The ranch features log cabin accommodations, and a variety of steaks in exotic game to eat.
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.
97% 289 votes
603 Scott Street, Gardiner, MT 59030 MoreLess Info
Montana Whitewater on the Yellowstone River Day Trips are rafting trips on the Yellowstone River for a half day or full day. These trips can be combined with zipline tours and horseback riding tours.
100% 6 votes
501 Scott Street, Gardiner, MT 59030 MoreLess Info
Guests can experience wildlife and hiking safaris, day tours, and educational courses at Yellowstone Park with Yellowstone Glacier Adventures - Private Tours. The wildlife in the area includes bison, elk, deer, wolves, moose, and bears.
The tour company Yellowstone Wolf Tracker - Day tours offers educational wolf watching tours throughout Yellowstone National Park. The tours come with an experienced guide and can either be one or multiple days long.
Flying Pig Rafting is an adventure company that offers whitewater rafting as well as horseback riding, fly fishing, custom vacation packages and tours of Yellowstone Park. Their rafting options include short, long and overnight trips.
Flying Pig Camp Store and Fly Shop offers all the supplies a person needs for a Yellowstone adventure. If the visitor is not ready to set out on their own, then the company offers whitewater rafting trips, horseback trips, fly fishing, and will help plan Yellowstone vacations.
86% 7 votes
Gardiner, MT 59030 MoreLess Info
Constructed in 1903 to accommodate horse-drawn coaches, the Yellowstone National Park North Entrance - Roosevelt Arch still greets visitors today. It was named such because President Theodore Roosevelt placed the arch's cornerstone during a visit to the park.