From Big Sky to the Bridger Range there are multiple things for you and your children to do in Bozeman, MT.
December 2011: If you want to ski or snowboard, hike or hunt, the Bozeman Montana region, has wonderful public and private schools; a major agricultural and technical university, Montana State University (MSU); shopping malls; museums (Museum of the Rockies with dinosaurs!); art galleries; music venues; health clubs…all sorts of indoor and outdoor forms to keep the kids busy!
For more information on the rating of Bozeman as a Best Place To Raise Your Kids in Montana, go to Bloomberg’s BusinessWeek.
Though Montana’s population just topped 1 million residents, Bozeman’s population is only about 36,000. Located at latitude 45.68N, longitude, 111.05W, elevation 4772′, the city is in southwestern Montana and is the seat of Gallatin County, MT, with a population of about 87,400.In the late 1800’s many called Bozeman The Egypt or The Garden Spot of Montana.
In the winter, Bozeman parents and their kids, if not in the great public and private Bozeman schools, are cross-country skiing, sledding, or attending sports events, theaters, and musical venues.
Here’s the lay of the land: Bozeman is in the Gallatin Valley with the Bridger Mountains to the east, the Big Belt Mountains to the north, the Tobacco Root Mountains to the west, and the Gallatin Range, rugged Hyalite Mountains, and spectacular Spanish Peaks of the Madison Range to the south.
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