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Stay a week ... or a lifetime




Big Sky, Montana
Tucked between the pristine Gallatin River and the rugged Spanish Peaks, the alpine community of Big Sky is the ultimate playground for the outdoor enthusiast.
Ennis, Montana
Previously cattle country with over 70 ranches, today’s Madison Valley thrives on recreation, tourism, and construction. With no heavy industry, air and waters are natural and pure; perfect for telecommuters, retirees and seasonal residents.
Livingston, Montana
The backdrop for many movies and books, the spectacular setting of Livingston and its neighboring environs is truly worthy of the name “Paradise Valley.”
Bozeman, Montana
Bozeman balances small town charm with offerings more characteristic of a larger, metropolitan area. Farmers, students, artists, researchers, adventurers and entrepreneurs all contribute to make Bozeman an “All American City”.
Belgrade, Montana
Sitting on the floor of the Gallatin Valley, Belgrade, Montana is nestled between beautiful views of the Bridger Mountain Range and the infamous Gallatin River. The modest urban sprawl of the area gives Belgrade the feel of a quiet, small-town community but only being a quick 15-minute drive to downtown Bozeman allows it the amenities of the larger city.
West Yellowstone, Montana
Declared as the busiest entrance to Yellowstone National Park, the town of West Yellowstone serves as a hub for summertime tourist traffic in and out of the Park from early May to late September. With 360 degree views of beautiful Montana landscapes, West Yellowstone serves as one of the most ideal family travel destinations boasting a plethora of activities both inside and outside the national hot spot.
Townsend, Montana
Being nicknamed "the first city on the Missouri River", Townsend, Montana sits almost halfway between Bozeman and Helena, Montana, giving it the perfect and quiet small-town feel without the hubbub of big city traffic. Primarily ranching and farming focused, the small community of Townsend is boosted by Canyon Ferry Lake, the 35,181-acre reservoir just minutes from town. Summer activity of lake-goers with their pontoons and fisherman on the hunt for a record-setting walleye find themselves here while the lake isn't frozen.
Butte, Montana
Located in the Northern Rocky Mountains on the Continental Divide, Butte was established in the late 1800s as a silver and gold mining camp. Staying as bustling as it was 200 years ago, Butte boasts true Montanan culture full of history.
Gardiner, Montana
Gardiner is home to the first and northern entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The town is situated in breathtaking Paradise Valley with the Yellowstone River running right through town. Founded in 1880, Gardiner is a center of activity for visitors to the region, serving as the only entrance into Yellowstone National Park that remains open for vehicle use year-round.

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